Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Arrests have been made in connection with the Feb. 11 burglary at Lyman Hall Elementary School.
Athens-Clarke County police have made two arrests in connection with the December 30th murder of a pregnant 25 year-old convenience store worker.
An early morning double murder in Pickens County has led to the arrest of Ben Thomas Abbott, 32, of Ellijay.
The victims of what authorities suspect is a murder-suicide that occurred Saturday evening have been identified by Dawson County Coroner Ted Bearden as Donnie and Jacquelyn "Jackie" Johnson, both 62 years old.
State Senator Butch Miller of Gainesville is co-sponsoring a proposed Georgia Constitutional Amendment with Sen. Chip Rogers to limit state spending.
A Minneapolis woman who tried to mail a puppy to her son in Georgia won't get the dog back.
Units from Harrisburg, Plainview, and the Jackson County CI Fire Departments were called early this morning to a residence on Dry Pond Road, the same place where a fire broke out several hours earlier
Hyde Talbot seems like a normal 4-year-old, but he made history Friday as the first Georgian and third person to ever undergo a combined kidney transplant and experimental drug treatment.
The City of Baldwin straddles the county line separating Banks and Habersham Counties. But lately it has been more than just the geographic designation of the county line that has been dividing its city leaders.
State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge named the 2010 Georgia Schools of Excellence in Student Achievement Thursday, honoring 22 schools that have shown the greatest improvement or highest achievement across the state. Included on this impressive list is Lula Elementary School.
The hot topic of Sunday alcohol sales in Georgia is headed to the Senate floor after a proposal to let local voters decide the matter breezed through committee Wednesday.
It took until the wee hours of this morning to finally clear Gillsville Highway so that it could be reopened following yesterday's chicken truck accident.
According to a report released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center 11.2 million unauthorized immigrants were living in the United States, with Georgia being home to the seventh highest population, an estimated 425,000.
Federal aviation officials are giving it another try. This time, they won't be looking as closely under travelers' clothes.
Weather pending, the west side (Hall County Parking Deck side) of the intersection of Broad Street at E.E. Butler Parkway will be closed tomorrow morning for the installation of a small concrete traffic island.
The investigation that began last March when Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver acknowledged making payments to consultant Carlyle Cox without the Board's approval will be coming to an end.
Authorities have identified the Georgia Department of Transportation "HERO" operator who was killed while helping a motorist on Interstate 85 south of downtown Atlanta Monday morning.
The five acres of solar panels recently installed along Old Blue Ridge Highway at its intersection with Ed King Road are now online and generating electricity, that according to Erik Brinke with the Blue Ridge Mountain EMC.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan is urging the Atlanta school board to "get its act together" after a major accrediting agency put the school district on probation.
Ninth Congressional District Congressman Tom Graves' office announced a new program to make himself and his staff more easily accessible across the expanse of his district.
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