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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Gwinnett Police arrest three burglary suspects
    Three man have been taken into custody following an investigation by the Gwinnett County Police Department.
  • Gwinnett Police shooting: one dead, one in custody, one being sought
    One man is dead and another is being sought after Gwinnett County Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked at Lake Sweetwater Apartments near Lawrenceville. A third person, the driver of the vehicle, is in custody.
  • Guilty plea, sentence given in Oakwood attempted rape case
    Ramon Morgan, 32, of Gainesville decided to plea "Guilty" shortly before he was to face the start of his jury trial.
  • Brenau to spend $62.5 million on dormitories, lab and athletics complex
    Brenau University’s Board of Trustees has approved a record $62.5 million spending plan that provides for $8 million in new construction for undergraduate residence houses, a human anatomy laboratory and a field house at a new athletics park.
  • Barrow County gov't. to move into historic courthouse
    Barrow County government offices currently located in the Barrow County Administration Annex will be moving into the newly renovated Historic Courthouse in downtown Winder on Friday, April 4.
  • State launches online, mobile voter registration
    Georgia's Secretary of State says voters are now being offered two new paperless registration options.
  • Additional charges added to accused Road Atlanta embezzeler
    A Braselton man arrested earlier this month on charges of embezzeling funds from Road Atlanta has had additional charges added to his indictment.
  • GCC considers reducing number, replacing billboards
    The Gainesville City Council is looking at a possible measure that could cut in half the number of billboards in the city, and the request to make that reduction is not being made by an environmental group or community beautification club, but by the primary billboard advertiser in the city.
  • College athletes can unionize, federal agency says
    In a stunning ruling that has the potential to revolutionize college athletics, a federal agency said Wednesday that football players at Northwestern University can create the nation's first college athlete's union.
  • Ag Commissioner defends onion curfew
    A Fulton County Superior Court judge and the Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture have differing views on how the DOA can influence the Vidalia onion market.
  • Verizon Wireless to hire more than 400 in Georgia
    Verizon Wireless has announced plans to hire more than 400 new employees throughout Georgia.
  • Metro police seek to ID 2 vehicles in Emory assaults
    DeKalb County and Emory University police are seeking to identify two vehicles as they continue to investigate a series of attempted sexual assaults near the school's campus.
  • Teen charged with damaging tombstones, DUI
    The Oconee County Sheriff's Office Facebook page reports that a 16-year-old was arrested last night and now faces charges of DUI, unlicensed to drive, underage possession of alcohol, criminal damage to property in the 2nd degree, and striking a fixed object.
  • GA lawmakers ban minors from buying 'e-cigarettes'
    Georgia lawmakers have voted to keep so-called e-cigarettes out of the hands of minors.
  • Jackson Schools to lay off teachers
    The Jackson County School Board has announced plans to reduce staff and faculty positions in the 2014-2015 school year.
  • Braselton hospital update given to S. Hall biz leaders
    Now that the new section of Ga.347 has been opened, south Hall motorists have a much clearer view of the construction work underway at the Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton. So what is its status?
  • Ga. man accused of impersonating officer arrested
    Police say a man accused of impersonating an officer and stealing continental breakfast at a suburban Atlanta hotel has been arrested.
  • New Sup't. named for Banks County Schools
    The Banks County Board of Education named Stan Davis as the single finalist for the position of Superintendent of Banks County Schools at a called meeting on Monday.
  • Hitachi Power Tools plans move to Braselton
    Another big corporate "get" for Braselton.
  • Interim Winder Police Chief now permanent
    The City of Winder has named Jim Fullington as their the new Police Chief. Jim has been with the city since January 2013 as the Operations Commander and was named the Interim Police Chief on December 2, 2013.
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