Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Lillie Mae Green, lifelong resident of Gainesville and widow of the late Frank Green, founder of Green's Grocery Store, was honored today by Young Harris College for her generous support of the College.
An 11-year-old boy has lost part of an ear and his mother is upset with animal control officials after a dog attack at a northwest Atlanta apartment complex.
The Little Caesar's employee shot in Thursday night's robbery in Cornelia has been identified.
An Alpharetta police officer has been suspended without pay for parking in a handicapped zone in his cruiser.
The City of Gainesville held their second Public Information Meeting at the Civic Center Thursday night to continue discussing changes in the solid waste collection program.
The vote for the Hall County Commission, Post 1 seat showed how three uniquely different candidates could hold broad appeal. Incumbent Bobby Banks, former Flowery Branch City Council member Craig Lutz, and newcomer Kimbo Senter all held their own in a hotly, but quietly, contested south Hall County election.
A large, empty Hall County school bus sat outside the Troop 26 Boy Scout cabin behind First Baptist Church, waiting to be filled with donated school supplies for children in the Gainesville City and Hall County school systems.
Gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal and his wife, Sandra, approached the cafeteria door at Wauka Mountain Elementary School at 10 o’clock this morning ready to cast their votes.
Following the Monday night meeting of the Gainesville City School Board, Superintendent Merrianne Dyer was asked about the announcement of Gainesville City Schools not making AYP, or “annual yearly progress”.
Suzanne Jarrard, principal at Chestatee Middle School, is excited about the start of the new school year. She and her staff have worked long and hard to achieve Charter School status, an effort that reached fruition last month.
The Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization held the first public hearing for a project that is expected to take just over a year to complete. That project is known as the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan.
The Main Street Gainesville Advisory Board held their first town hall-style meeting Tuesday night at the Georgia Mountains Center, and it quickly became evident that there was great variety and diversity of ideas represented by the downtown businesspeople.
The Obama administration will issue a new revised moratorium on offshore drilling Monday.
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has thrown her support behind Karen Handel's bid for governor in Georgia.
Construction could soon resume on a planned nuclear power plant in eastern Georgia after it was stopped because a contractor failed to ask its workers in writing about drug or alcohol abuse.
The Barrow County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) traveled to Jackson County recently to assist the Jackson County CERT in instructing their latest class.
Two football players for the University of Georgia have been arrested on alcohol-related offenses shortly after similar charges prompted the resignation of the school's athletic director.
A Thomaston minister is trying to overturn Georgia laws that prohibit the carrying of guns in churches.
The White County Board of Education has decided to hold the line on the education portion of county tax bills this year, even though the county’s tax rollback rate showed they could have increased the rate slightly.
Authorities have found the parents of two toddlers picked up by police while wandering alone along a busy Gwinnett County street during morning rush hour.
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