Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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It's Christmas evening, everybody is exhausted, everybody has eaten too much... and there's a mountain of torn and crumpled gift wrap, discarded boxes, and ribbons piled almost as high as the Christmas tree they sit next to.
Next week, as you swap out the 2010 calendar and hang the one for 2011, be aware that there are changes in property tax law taking effect on January 1st - across the state and in Hall County - that may have a profound effect on your pocketbook.
A rabies alert has been issued at either end of Hall County.
The memory of the Civil War was set to collide with modern-day civil rights sensitivities as protesters targeted a Monday night "Secession Ball" commemorating South Carolina's decision exactly 150 years ago to secede from the United States of America.
First United Methodist Church was a beehive of activity Saturday morning as volunteers and sponsors collaborated to assemble over 600 holiday food boxes at their facility on Thompson Bridge Road.
The U.S. Postal Service projects Monday, December 20th, as the busiest mailing day of the year, with more than 800 million pieces of mail entering the system, a 40 percent increase in the average daily volume of 559 million pieces of mail.
Governor-elect Nathan Deal announced Friday that he'll appoint Harris Blackwood of Gainesville as director of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.
The eighth annual “Shop With a Gainesville Cop” took place in one of the few quiet places in the Gainesville Walmart, but the sudden arrival of Santa Claus quickly changed all that.
A South Hall woman is recovering after being stabbed by a young who knocked on her door about 9:30 Wednesday morning and her assailant was still at large at last report and a composite sketch of him has been released.
Hall County School Superintendent Will Schofield today announced the Hall County 2012 Teacher of the Year.
A Fulton County judge has ruled that Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine disregarded application requirements when awarding small-loan licenses.
Voters in Hall County will be asked to approve an extension of a special sales tax for schools next March.
The Democratic defections continue in the Georgia Legislature.
The Hall County Sheriff's Department reports that Highway 129 at Wallace Road has been shut down due to a traffic accident.
The Georgia State Properties Commission has approved the state's purchase of more than 10,000 acres in the Oaky Woods wildlife management area.
Governor-elect Nathan Deal announces his choice of three representatives to serve as floor leaders in the State House.
The $350 million road paving project approved by the state DOT board includes fundng $33 million for two projects in Hall, Jackson and White counties.
The FAA says a small, single-engine plane smashed through a fence after landing in Atlanta, but there were no immediate reports of injuries.
In less than five weeks the top job in Georgia will be experiencing a face change, as Governor-elect Nathan Deal is sworn in to replace outgoing Governor Sonny Perdue. But the number two position will remain unchanged; Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle will be returning.
The recent spell of cold weather has brought a noticeable increase in the number of requests for overnight shelter according to Lieutenant Matt Cunningham of the Gainesville Salvation Army on Dorsey Street.
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