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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Ga., Ala. joining suit against voting rights act
    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 search for man who fired at house
    LaGrange police are searching for man who fired into a home with a rifle, prompting a gun battle.
  • Pedestrian killed on I-85 identified
    The man who was killed early Friday when he was hit by a tractor-trailer on I-85 in North Gwinnett has been identified.
  • Car in garage burns, damages south Hall home
    Hall County firefighters were dispatched to 2600 block of Friendship Road near it's intersection with Dunbar Friday afternoon for a reported vehicle fire.
  • Ga. secretary of state gets county line paperwork
    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.
  • Thanksgiving patrons, volunteers fill Good News at Noon
    "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.
  • Red Kettle drive is underway for 2011
    The Salvation Army kicked off its annual Red Kettle Drive at Wal-Mart of Oakwood Saturday morning
  • Attacks against MARTA drivers increase
    Metro Atlanta's public transit system is looking into new security measures as attacks against drivers increase.
  • UGA lab workers to be tested for TB
    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.
  • Gwinnett police make arrests in nude photo shoot
    Police in Gwinnett County arrested a man and a woman they say were holding a nude photo shoot next to a church.
  • Union loses appeal against Delta
    Flight attendants at Delta Air Lines will remain non-union following a decision Friday by the National Mediation Board.
  • Green space oak tree planted to honor local businessman
    A young oak tree now adorns Rock Creek Park, planted as an 80th birthday tribute to cross-street neighbor Bill Lipscomb
  • Former chamber of commerce CEO launches bid for Congress
    Longtime Hall County businessman Clifton (Cliff) McDuffie kicked-off his run for the U.S. House of Representatives late Thursday morning from Oakwood Industrial Park South, a site that he helped develop.
  • Oakwood eyes Lake Lanier presence
    City Manager Stan Brown told those gathered for the first of two public hearings that establishing a presence on Lake Lanier was on a wish list of city leaders.
  • Soldier's medals found in foreclosed Dawson County home
    The commander of a VFW post is trying to find the family of a fallen Vietnam War soldier whose military medals were found inside a foreclosed home.
  • Ga. GOP sets ballot for presidential primary
    Ten Republicans will be on the ballot in Georgia for the state's presidential preference primary.
  • Judge won't let protesters stay in park
    A federal judge has declined to issue a temporary restraining order that would allow Occupy Atlanta protesters to stay in a downtown park pending the outcome of a lawsuit.
  • FBCC tables special lighting district plans until spring
    A fusion of disappointment and frustration underscored the words of Flowery Branch City Councilman Chris Fetterman at Thursday night’s city council meeting. "We went from let’s do it, let’s do it to, let’s do it…and the time came and we stopped."
  • Speed tables coming to S. Enota neighborhood
    The Gainesville City Council Tuesday evening approved unanimously the installation of “traffic calming devices” on a pair of streets that parallel one another through an established Gainesville neighborhood
  • ProCare Rx breaks ground on new Gainesville HQ's
    National pharmacy benefit management giant ProCare Rx broke ground today under cerulean blue skies at its new 23-acre campus adjoining I-985 at Chandler Highway (exit 20), beginning their exodus from Gwinnett County and migration into Hall County.
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