Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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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.
Residents are invited to help evaluate and identify transportation solutions for Hall County at a public meeting scheduled for 5:30-7 p.m. July 14, at the Georgia Mountains Center.
“Eat your vegetables! Eat healthy!” That’s the theme song heard from under the tent outside the District 2 Public Health facility on Athens Street Thursday morning as the Sunshine Seniors moved their message to a new site.
Jackson Goble wants to be an Eagle Scout. His father was an Eagle Scout. Being an Eagle Scout carries with it implications that you are a leader and community minded, among a long list of other good qualities.
Georgia Power wants to raise electricity bills by 10 percent for its residential customers as it deals with the recession and the cost of new power plants.
Low-income Georgians with HIV or AIDS may soon have to wait for lifesaving medications.
Thursday night's Flowery Branch City Council meeting has been postponed because an insufficient number of City Council members planned to be present.
A power supply crisis occurred in New England last week and a company in Cumming was able to come to their rescue.
Firefighters have rescued two window maintenance workers dangling high above downtown Atlanta.
Since leaving the governor's mansion, Roy Barnes has snapped up 40 of parcels of land, most around Cobb County, that have added millions of dollars to his bottom line.
All ten pairs of scissors snapped shut tightly, the sky blue ribbon fell to the ground, and a whole new era dawned for the state patrol post in Gainesville Thursday morning.
Following a spirited second public hearing, the Suwanee City Council unanimously approved the 2010-2011 fiscal year budget and the 2011-2015 Capital Improvement Program at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
Tonight the Lula City Council passed a balanced budget for the 2010-2011 fiscal year, which begins in less than ten days. And while there will continue to be no property taxes for residents of the northeast Hall County community, the vote to approve the budget was not unanimous.
The top of Fire Tower Hill at Glade Farms near Lula provided a spectacular panorama as the North Georgia Community Foundation and nearly 400 friends and supporters celebrated 25 years of enhancing the spirit and quality of life in the 15-county northeast Georgia region they serve.
THINK is an acronym. THINK is an initiative that fosters male mentorship to young men and boys who are making vital life decisions. And THINK was the host of Thursday’s luncheon honoring two of Gainesville’s most noted mentors, Gene Beckstein and Nathaniel Shelton.
The Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia stood before the South Hall Rotary Club Wednesday and declared: “Half of what you think you know about the ACLU is not right.”
Ray Keith is remembered as the Gainesville City Manager who, from 1970 to 1988, oversaw his administration of city affairs the way a master gardener faithfully and patiently tends his garden.
The Oakwood City Council voted unanimously Monday night to throw out all bids that had been previously submitted for the construction of the Upper Mulberry Creek Wastewater System Phase III portion of the Oakwood–Braselton sewerage system.
Dozens of parents, friends, church members, and well-wishers were on hand in the parking lot of the Belmont Baptist Church Sunday evening. They were there to welcome back members of a nine-day youth mission trip to Kentucky.
Residents of the Watkinsville area in northeast Georgia have been warned that a black bear has been spotted wandering in the area.
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