Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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The sisters of Jorelys Rivera are back with their mother after they were removed from the home when the 7-year-old girl went missing last week.
A 23-year-old former student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill says she saw two men lurking not far from Eve Carson's house on the day the student body president was abducted and killed.
An estimated 400 business and civic leaders packed the main exhibition room at the Gainesville Civic Center for one of the area’s longest running annual political events, "Eggs & Issues".
Morris Publishing Group LLC, which owns the Athens Banner-Herald, has agreed to sell the building housing the newspaper to Colorado-based Lulscal, LLC.
Less than a year after her appointment, Rachelle Carnesale is out as the director of the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services, the agency has confirmed.
On Saturday Santa didn't need his sleigh and reindeer to get Christmas gifts to excited boys and girls. Instead, four school buses filled with wide-eyed youngsters shuttled families from the homeless shelter on Davis Street to the picturesque campus of Lakeview Academy for the annual Good News at Noon Christmas party.
Friday afternoon 125-fifth grade students at Mt. Vernon Elementary School received graduation certificates from the Hall County Sheriff’s Office after completing a ten week course known as ADVANCE.
Representatives of the Tree Top apartment complex appealed to the Flowery Branch City Council Thursday night for some form of legislative help in eliminating what they described as wildly-fluctuating inconsistencies and unpredictable errors in the way Argen Billing Systems bills them for such services as water, sewer, and street lighting.
Police say an Atlanta woman was shot and killed by officers while she stabbed her young child.
Two people have been killed in a plane crash in west Georgia.
The state of Alabama is backing Shelby County, Ala., in a lawsuit seeking to have sections of the Voting Rights Act declared unconstitutional, and Georgia has joined the suit, as well.
LaGrange police are searching for man who fired into a home with a rifle, prompting a gun battle.
The man who was killed early Friday when he was hit by a tractor-trailer on I-85 in North Gwinnett has been identified.
Hall County firefighters were dispatched to 2600 block of Friendship Road near it's intersection with Dunbar Friday afternoon for a reported vehicle fire.
The Secretary of State's Office has received the paperwork it needs to decide whether to reconsider its ruling in the Bibb-Monroe county line dispute.
"Every day here is thanksgiving," said Good News at Noon founder Gene Beckstein as he surveyed the massive dining hall filled with feasting patrons and busy volunteers.
The Salvation Army kicked off its annual Red Kettle Drive at Wal-Mart of Oakwood Saturday morning
Metro Atlanta's public transit system is looking into new security measures as attacks against drivers increase.
About a dozen lab workers at the University of Georgia who may have been exposed to a weakened form of tuberculosis bacteria in a lab accident are to be tested for the illness.
Police in Gwinnett County arrested a man and a woman they say were holding a nude photo shoot next to a church.
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