Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Police said a 12-year-old child who initially told police that he was ambushed by a man and shot later admitted that he fired the gun on himself.
Cobb County is poised to become the first local government in Georgia to join a voluntary immigration enforcement program that aims to ensure that all employees are in the country legally.
Police are searching for three men wearing masks and police gear who tried to invade a home outside Atlanta.
The chief magistrate court judge in Rabun County has resigned amid an investigation by Georgia's judicial watchdog group.
Authorities say an Athens man bled to death after punching out a window at a former girlfriend's apartment.
The golden anniversary of national Police Officers Memorial Day was commemorated at the Gainesville Kiwanis Club Tuesday afternoon with the 15th annual presentation of the prestigious "John W. Jacobs, Sr. Memorial Award for Excellence in Law Enforcement".
The City of Oakwood is frustrated with the appearance of their newest showpiece, Thurmon Tanner Parkway.
The Hall County Commission unanimously approved the creation of a committee to investigate various options that might be available for the county’s pension plan.
Hall County School Board members listened somberly as Superintendent Will Schofield began to outline tactics he had under consideration for overcoming an expected, “ten million dollar gap between revenues and expenditures for next year.”
Gainesville State College awarded 444 diplomas and certificates Saturday at twin commencement exercises held in the Hugh M. Mills Physical Education Complex.
Lumpkin County now has a core point-of presence in the 1100-mile long, state-of-the-art fiber-optic network known as the North Georgia Network.
Hoping to elicit more community involvement in the budget drafting process, Hall County government held an open house Tuesday evening at the Georgia Mountains Center
The grand opening of the Midtown Greenway Project, Phase 1, held near the intersection of Grove and Banks Streets on a foggy Saturday morning was not a ribbon-cutting, but a vine-cutting ceremony.
"Penn State University has opened the door to that conversation," Steve Collins told a group of thirty educational, civic, and government leaders at the Hall County Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Initiative luncheon held Wednesday at the Edmondson-Telford Center for Children in Gainesville.
Hall County Commissioners took their final step at Monday's work session towards implementing last month's voter-approved decision to allow Sunday alcohol sales in unincorporated portions of the county.
Several people are being treated for possible injuries after reports of a hazardous substance at a medical college outside Atlanta.
The South Hall Republican Club held an all-candidates forum at the Spout Springs Library Tuesday night, inviting area citizens to come and meet the Republican qualifiers running in the July primary.
Ninth District Congressman Tom Graves presented eight very overdue military medals Monday morning to Cumming resident and former GI, Johnson W. Brown of Cumming.
Volunteers and members of the Historical Society could finally step back and catch their breathe as the opening of the Clermont Dip Library was underway. Open House was about to begin and their tireless efforts readying portions of the old Clermont Gym were complete.
Police Chief Brian Kelly told the Gainesville City Council at Thursday's work session his department will soon be able to use technology to help keep residents' property safe while owners' are away for extended periods of time.
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