Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Atlanta police say a man found dead near the Phipps Plaza shopping mall may have fallen from the third level of a parking deck.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal was in Gainesville Sunday afternoon to help launch his hometown party's stretch-drive push for the November 2 election with the grand opening of the Hall County Republican Party Headquarters.
"I'm not afraid to take a stand, and we all have to get to that point. We need to take a stand, just as the Newtown Florist Club did sixty years ago," were the words of admonition from Shirley Sherrod, former Georgia State Director of Rural Development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Georgia Aquarium is delaying the opening of its new dolphin exhibit until next year.
Forsyth County Sheriff's Office investigators are seeking to determine the whereabouts of a 66 year-old woman who has apparently disappeared without a trace.
Mule Camp Market 2010 kicked off under what some would term "Chamber of Commerce" skies Friday morning,and event coordinator for the sponsoring Gainesville Jaycees, Brett Fowler, was ready.
The Flowery Branch City Council voted to purchase nearly seven acres of land Thursday night for the purpose of a future city government complex. Purchase price: $262,500.
The Hall County Planning Commission heard a rezoning request Monday evening that involved a property with its own private landing strip.
The Oprah Winfrey Network paid a visit to Gainesville Monday afternoon looking for adults who have kept a longtime goal "on hold", foregoing their hidden ambition as they fulfilled the everyday demands of parenthood and career.
The citizens of Flowery Branch are about to enjoy lowered solid waste costs and equalization of water and sewer rates. But before any of that good news could become reality the newest member of the City Council needed to be sworn in.
A federal judge has rejected a request to again delay the execution of a death row inmate who attempted suicide hours before he was scheduled to be put to death.
Amanda Swafford easily won her bid for the Post One seat on the Flowery Branch City Council Tuesday, garnering over 66 percent of the vote total.
The Georgia Supreme Court has reversed a 1998 murder conviction on grounds that the trial judge in Richmond County gave an improper instruction to jurors.
A diminutive, obscure advertisement said: "Anyone that has ever lived at "The Village" you and your family are invited to a Reunion, etc.". That ad's effectiveness could be debated, but what is beyond dispute are the strong ties that still exist among former and current residents of an area originally built to house the workers of the Gainesville Mill.
Clermont Days is an old-fashioned, small town celebration that draws neighbors from behind their front doors and visitors from far away locales. Today was no exception.
The master artist Himself provided a magnificent deep blue sky as the backdrop Saturday morning for the 7th annual "Art in The Square" celebration. Exhibitors busily erected their kiosks and carefully displayed their handiwork as a gentle breeze rustled the leaf canopy doming Roosevelt Square.
The "Concerned Citizens of Gainesville/Hall County" expressed frustrations Tuesday night about the confusion generated by a city line that snakes through their area causing jurisdiction issues.
The Oakwood City Council unanimously approved the re-appointment of four members of the Oakwood Development Authority to full four-year terms.
Police in Kennesaw say a car being pursued by police struck a fence, killing a passenger.
Atlanta police say a quarrel between a father and his 24-year-old son ended with the younger man being fatally shot.
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