Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Patriotic music, wreath laying and a 21-gun salute were all a part of the annual Veterans Day tribute Monday morning at Lakewood Baptist Church.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp told guests at the annual Hall County Farmer Appreciation Breakfast at the Chicopee Woods Ag Center that reminding people and educating the next generation about the significance of agriculture in the state is vital because of the farmers’ unique situation statistically.
The Gainesville City Council met in regular session Tuesday night just as the polls for the General Election were closing, and two commissioners expressed their dismay in what turned out to be an extremely low turnout for a municipal election.
The Gainesville City School Board discussed at Monday night’s meeting that educating parents might need to be a part of their near term strategy.
Neighbors lined Fieldstone Drive watching in disbelief as the home of Philip and Jennie Nelson was being devoured by a late afternoon fire. Residents of The Chimneys Subdivision off Ledan Road in western Hall County all asked the same thing as they approached the 3000 square-foot residence, "Was everybody out safely?"
Carrying a firearm in Gainesville city parks has been illegal according to city ordinances, but those regulations do not conform to Georgia statutes. As a result, an amendment was presented to the City Council at Thursday’s work session aimed at rectifying that disparity.
Georgia Public Service Commission member Tim Echols addressed the audience Tuesday evening in the Brenau Downtown Center, saying, “There’s really no perfect form of energy out there, even solar has its issues.”
The Superintendents of the Hall County and Gainesville City School Systems were impassioned as they expressed their perspectives following guest speaker Matt Hauer's presentation at the VISION 2030 "Building the Best Workforce for Hall County" breakfast Tuesday morning at the Gainesville Civic Center.
The Hall County Sheriff's Office plans to open a precinct in the former Clermont City Hall
The state that was the first to pass a law prohibiting the execution of mentally disabled death row inmates is revisiting a requirement for defendants to prove the disability beyond a reasonable doubt the strictest burden of proof in the nation.
Hall County Schools welcomed two school administrators from Brazil Thursday morning who are part of an exchange program sponsored by the Educational Seminars Exchange Grant for Administrators, a grant recently awarded to the World Language Academy in southern Hall County.
On Thursday morning the Gainesville City Council expressed strong support for an application being submitted by the Public Works Department for grant money to help fund the planting of trees in a reforestation effort at Exit 20 on Interstate 985.
Tuesday evening the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave unanimous approval to a Special Use Request made by the owners of Funtastik!/Gainesville Bowl to build an electric go-kart track on their property.
The chairman of Georgia's ethics commission pressured the commission's attorney to settle complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal, the attorney said in an affidavit.
A student in Douglas County helped rescue another teen who caught fire during a science experiment.
Defending the shaky roll-out of his health care law, President Barack Obama said frustrated Americans "definitely shouldn't give up" on the problem-plagued program now at the heart of his dispute with Republicans over reopening the federal government.
In what might be a prelude to the day after Thanksgiving (also known as Black Friday), several hundred shoppers were queued up early Friday morning, waiting for the doors to open at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Lakeshore Mall.
If you haven’t driven down Mt. Vernon Road (Highway 283) lately between the Wahoo Creek Bridge and North Hall High School you probably will do a double-take as you pass the intersection with Shirley Road.
The Disability Resource Center on Woodsmill Road in Gainesville defines themselves as "a private, non-profit organization designed to increase independence, access, and equal rights for everyone through the empowerment of people with disabilities".
Gwinnett County is responsible for more than half of the convictions for violations of law that bans texting while driving.
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