Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Nearly 240 soldiers returned to Hunter Army Airfield just in time for Thanksgiving.
Passengers were quickly passing through security checkpoints at Atlanta's main airport despite an Internet protest campaign over full-body scans.
Georgia authorities say arson is to blame for a large wildfire that's engulfed more than 2,700 acres of swamp and forest near the Florida state line.
A land use squabble dating back almost five years involving neighbors on Roy Parks Road and the Hall County Planning Commission will continue.
With Georgia being in the top tier of states for home foreclosures in 2010, questions abound regarding the foreclosure process. Yet there seems to be a dearth of accurate information thatís making itís way into the hands of those affected.
The Gainesville Civic Center was aglow with Marketplace ardor Thursday evening as hundreds of patrons and 73 craftspeople and vendors from seven states kicked off the 19th annual fundraiser.
Craig Lutz handily wins the contest for the Post One seat on the Hall County Commission over political newcomer Paul Wayne Godfrey.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal arrived at Wauka Mountain Elementary School with his wife, Sandra, to cast their ballots.
The Gainesville City School Board heard a presentation at their monthly work session about a possible change in the way teacher compensation is determined.
The Bibb County sheriff's office says a deputy shot and killed a pit bull that attacked him.
A teenager has been shot to death in Atlanta after a car was egged on Halloween, and police are looking for a suspect.
The Georgia Department of Transportation held their first "sub-area study" today at the Dahlonega City Hall, in an effort to hear from all parties concerned, and to develop a plan for improving the ongoing traffic-flow problems in the Morrison Moore Parkway area.
The Joint Municipal Association of Hall County on Monday evening formally selected Gainesville Mayor Ruth Bruner as Hall County's mayoral representative to the Georgia Mountain Division of the Georgia Department of Transportation Board.
"For children and families in crisis there is hope in a place called Eagle Ranch" is the claim of a pamphlet sitting on the foyer credenza. That is, and has been for 25 years, a battle cry of what many refer to as "The Miracle on Chestnut Mountain".
Alcohol and automobiles don't mix; it's a recipe for regret. But legendary cars and legends of moon-shining coalesce well; case in point, the annual Mountain Moonshine Festival held Saturday and Sunday in Dawsonville.
The roadway has reopened following a serious crash Friday afternoon in Rabun County.
Fulton County is getting a federal grant of about $750,000 from the Justice Department to reduce recidivism.
United Way of Hall County organizes special day to benefit the Jones Early Language Development Center
A White County vineyard and winery has been selected to be the cover scene for the new 2011-2012 Georgia Department of Transportation state road map.
A Georgia county has suspended a firefighter for using his personal cell phone to take a gruesome video of a woman killed in an SUV crash that was later received by the dead woman's parents.
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