Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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A fire that destroyed a Smyrna apartment building displaced 27 people two days before Christmas.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich's campaign is attacking the system in Virginia that will keep him off the state's Republican presidential primary ballot.
Georgia's U.S. senators are applauding a bipartisan deal in Congress that frees up federal dollars to deepen waterways to East Coast ports such as Savannah and neighboring Charleston, S.C.
A prosecutor says the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has reported its findings on the October attack on a high school coach who was beaten with a football helmet.
The Senate passed legislation Saturday extending a Social Security payroll tax cut and jobless benefits for just two months, handing President Barack Obama a partial victory while setting the stage for another fight in February.
Georgia's Secretary of State is investigating last month's mayoral election in Forsyth after the losing incumbent complained about a high number of absentee votes being cast.
A Georgia agency has revoked the police certification for Morrow's former police chief, who faces charges for drunken driving and other traffic offenses.
Flowery Branch businessman Ed Schulte can breathe a bit easier tonight after the Flowery Branch City Council extended a zoning variance to the owner of a property Schulte leases for his business.
Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver addressed over fifty members of the South Hall Business Coalition Thursday morning at the Lanier Charter Career Academy.
A student who was just a few credits away from earning a PhD at the University of Georgia has been sentenced to 70 months in prison in a credit card scam.
The Army plans to cut 8,700 civilian positions across the country, including about 250 at Fort Benning.
Police in Alpharetta say a utility worker fell about 20 feet from the bucket of his truck in a hit-and-run accident.
Four suspects were arrested in connection with a burglary following a police chas on the southside of Gainesville Thursday afternoon.
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.
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