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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • Money to Statham Elementary to promote walking, bikes
    State Transportation Board awards school fund to city of Statham.
  • Dahlonega gets $10k for 4th
    Dahlonega has been awarded $10,000 by the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company to help sponsor their Fourth of July festivities.
  • Reapportionment Committee hears from local citizens
    "Follow the Constitution. Population should be your only criteria. Don’t break up communities or counties."
  • Lula dedicates new treatment facility
    Almost twenty months after groundbreaking ceremonies, the ribbon was cut dedicating the new state-of-the-art waste water treatment plant in Lula.
  • Vehicle in Lake Lanier a puzzle
    Boaters near the Lumpkin County Park on the upper end of Lake Lanier discovered that what they thought was a sunken boat was actually a submerged automobile.
  • Severe Thunderstorm Warnings
    The National Weather Service has issued Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Hall,Gwinnett, Forsyth, and Barrow
  • Veteran administrator tapped to lead Athens hospital
    The board of the Athens Regional Health Services has named a single finalist to become the system's next president and chief executive officer.
  • Flowery Branch Council censures one of their own
    Flowery Branch Mayor Mike Miller was surprised when a motion was made Thursday night by Councilman Chris Fetterman to censure Councilwoman Tara Richards. The website "Dictionary.com" defines censure as "an official reprimand, as by a legislative body of one of its members."
  • Spirited debate in Clermont over spirits
    When the dust finally settled at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting the sale and “brown bagging” of alcohol within the city limits of Clermont was officially prohibited by ordinance. Final vote tally was 3-2.
  • Appeals court to hear health care overhaul lawsuit
    An Atlanta federal courtroom will soon become the latest battlefield in the ongoing fight over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
  • Pets for adoption perish
    According to the Hall County Animal Shelter a caravan transporting fifty homeless dogs to an adoption event scheduled in New York experienced a power system failure enroute that resulted in the death of three of the canines.
  • Winder KFC bandit sought
    Winder Police are seeking information in connection to an armed robbery that occurred just after 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25th, at the KFC restaurant located at 180 West Athens Street.
  • Hall County Commission hints at tax increases
    Hall County Commission Chairman Tom Oliver did not tell the other Commissioners beforehand that he was going to conclude Thursday night’s meeting by making the announcement that he was recommending a tax increase for upcoming budget discussions.
  • Rowing record shattered
    Our area watches as another rowing world record is set, but this time it is not done at the Olympic Rowing Venue at Clark’s Bridge Park. In fact, the nearest water is in a plastic bottle located next to the stationary rowing machine being piloted by Kelly Parham.
  • Proposed Gainesville BOE budget unveiled
    The Gainesville City School Board unveiled it proposed budget Wednesday evening at the Gainesville High School cafeteria.
  • Corps discusses docks with citizens, Oakwood
    Tuesday night’s U.S. Army Corps of Engineers informational meeting attracted not only citizens, but Oakwood City Manager Stan Brown as well.
  • Hall 'Sunday Sales' vote date in limbo
    The Hall County Commission decided at their work session Monday afternoon to temporarily delay their decision on when to bring the matter of Sunday alcohol sales before the voters.
  • Saturday afternoon house fire in Flowery Branch
    Hall County firefighters were summoned to the 5400 block of Oakfern Trail in Flowery Branch on a reported house fire just after noon Saturday.
  • Businessman Cain enters 2012 GOP presidential race
    Businessman Herman Cain has joined the growing field of Republicans who want to be president.
  • Feds investigate Gwinnett school redistricting
    The U.S. Department of Education is investigating whether Gwinnett County schools officials discriminated against black and Hispanic students when redistricting school boundaries.
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