Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Governor Nathan Deal continued an annual event on Saturday that worked well for his predecessor, Sonny Perdue, but with a few slight changes.
Federal regulators are suing 11 insiders at a failed Georgia bank, accusing them of gross negligence.
Dr. John Barge, Georgia’s 21st State School Superintendent, paid a return visit to Hall County today and ended his sojourn with a visit to Gainesville's Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, or INK.
An attorney for a Georgia death row inmate says Wednesday's scheduled execution has been delayed.
"Gainesville is a town that has done quite well over the last decade. It’s developing a reputation for its very strong pro-business environment," were the words of Dr. Roger Tutterow, Professor of Economics at Mercer University.
Atlanta's airport could become one of the many with cell phone waiting lots.
"My opponent…Doug Collins, and he’s a good man…says he's the only one in this race with experience. Isn't it just like politicians to say that only elected experience counts?" said 9th district congressional candidate Martha Zoller at her 'Congress Kick-off Rally' held Friday evening on Roosevelt Square in downtown Gainesville.
Mount Vernon Elementary School principal Connie Daniels asked anyone in the audience who had ever served in the military to stand. About a dozen individuals of varying ages rose. “I want you to know that this program is for you,” Daniels said, introducing the annual school ‘Patriotic Ceremony’.
State Representative Doug Collins of Gainesville announced his candidacy earlier in the month for the 9th Congressional District, but Tuesday night he began to "rally the troops."
A ribbon-cutting ceremony at Syfan Logistics on Old Candler Road Tuesday afternoon meant jobs to Governor Nathan Deal; it was his second such ceremony in a three hour span.
Georgia's top elections official is trying to figure out how to give the state as much influence as possible in the selection of the Republican nominee for president.
A public meeting to discuss proposed Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax projects in the 13-county Georgia Mountains Region drew few members of the public today.
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors met for its monthly meeting Thursday where members learned about the status of TSPLOST, but held off on declaring an official position on the much-discussed initiative
In a surprise reversal Tuesday evening the Gainesville City Council voted to rescind their vote of two weeks ago that approved a redistricting map that paralleled the map being proposed by the Gainesville City School System.
The outlook for tourism in Georgia is bright, up 19 percent over last year, according to Jennifer Miller, Vice President of the Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A new source of revenue is always welcome news. Hall County may have come across a way to add up to $400,000 to their coffers annually.
As compliance deadlines approach for the recently enacted Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act, also known as House Bill 87, concerned local government officials descended upon the Georgia Mountains Center to learn all they could.
The first of two public hearings held by the Flowery Branch City Council to consider street lighting assessments drew pleas from Council members for more citizen involvement.
Georgia’s first High Occupancy Toll lanes are ready to go, but “know” before you go. That’s the advice of Christopher Tomlinson, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel for the State Road and Tollway Authority.
The first of four public meetings for upcoming transportation projects in the 13-county Georgia Mountains Region took place Tuesday evening at the Spout Springs Library.
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