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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • New information on beef recall
    At least three major grocery store chains are recalling certain packages of ground beef due to possible E. coli contamination and the types of products and "sell by" dates were released late Sunday night.
  • Ga. wants to add measures for assessing schools
    Georgia may soon be able to overhaul how it measures success in public education after a decade of leaning on standardized test scores to determine whether schools are meeting federal benchmarks.
  • Determined Hall Commission finds way to fund Parks and Leisure
    The Hall County Commission voted unanimously at their Thursday board meeting to approve a plan which would allow the county to continue operating the Parks and Leisure Services Department.
  • Hall Commission tries again to save Parks & Leisure
    The Hall County Commission is not ready to turn over any portion of their operation of the Park and Leisure Services Department just yet.
  • City redistricting draws more concerns about minority representation but also a consensus
    The general consensus at a meeting at Bethel AME Church Monday night was that the work on redrawing Gainesville's political boundaries was acceptable. But there was some concern expressed about how minority representation on the city council and school board would fair once the redistricting was finalized.
  • Victim of swimming pool drowning identified
    The man who drowned in the swimming pool at Oakridge Condominiums in Oakwood Saturday was 51-year-old William Shope.
  • Kemp sets qualifying dates for vacant Cobb seat
    In what could be the first election effected by the upcoming state reapportionment, Georgia's Secretary of State has set August 17th as the qualifying date, and Gov. Nathan Deal has set Sept. 20 as the election date for filling the House seat left vacant by the death of state Rep. Bobby Franklin.
  • Georgians flock to SC for sales tax holiday
    Georgians are flocking across the border to South Carolina to take advantage of their neighbor's sales tax holiday.
  • Mentally-ill man enters plea in siblings' slaying
    A mentally-ill Athens man will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing his brother and two sisters more than two years ago.
  • Barrow double-wide fire displaces two
    Two adults escaped a fire at their trailer early Saturday morning in unincorporated Barrow County
  • Atlanta Public Schools faces $10M in cuts
    Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Erroll Davis says the district is starting the school year with $10 million in budget cuts.
  • Sheriff's deputy shot to death in Clayton County
    Authorities say a sheriff's deputy has been shot and killed in Clayton County, south of Atlanta.
  • Vigil set for Gwinnett woman who was found dead
    A candlelight vigil is planned for Friday at 7 p.m. in Gwinnett County, near the spot where a Lawrenceville woman's body was found.
  • Near drowning at Buford Dam Park
    Gwinnett County firefighters responded to a reported possible child drowning at Buford Dam Park on Lake Lanier Saturday afternoon.
  • Suspect in Atlanta shootings waives court hearing
    The 22-year-old security guard charged in a shooting spree that left one woman dead and two others wounded in Atlanta has waived his initial court appearance.
  • Missing woman found dead
    Searchers have found the body of a 44-year-old Gwinnett County woman who went missing a week ago
  • Midday shooting kills 1, wounds 2 in busy Atlanta
    A security guard in shirt and tie opened fire on three women Friday in a parking deck in a bustling Atlanta business district, killing one and wounding two, police said.
  • Regulators shut 2 banks in Georgia, 1 in Florida
    Regulators on Friday shut down two small banks in Georgia and one in Florida, boosting to 54 the number of U.S. bank failures this year.
  • Knighton named Hall Co. Administrator
    Hall County will have a new County Administrator effective immediately.
  • Thermo King plant in small Georgia town to close
    Executives with the parent company of Thermo King in the small Georgia town of Louisville say they will close the plant, which employs 235 people, by next year.
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