Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Gainesville Police report the arrest of Robert Malcolm Thompson for the May 23rd robbery of the Captain D's Seafood Kitchen on Pearl Nix Parkway.
The first round of Senate Republican primary voting in Georgia cost the campaigns and outside groups about $30 per vote, at least.
“Tourism in Hall County is big business and business is good,” began Stacey Dickson, President of the Lake Lanier Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Jubilee Farm is the name in his aspiration. “We have a dream; we need some land,” Gainesville resident and attorney Frank Armstrong told the Gainesville City Council at Thursday morning’s work session. “Once we have the dirt we’ll start putting the dream together.”
Hall County is asking for the City of Gainesville’s assistance. That is nothing noteworthy in itself, except for the fact that relations between the two governing bodies have been stretched lately over matters such as SPLOST distribution, the planned Glades Reservoir, sewer services, etc.
The Barrow County Commission voted unanimously at their Tuesday night meeting for County Manager Randall Dowling to send a letter prepared by the county’s attorney to Sheriff Jud Smith requesting an investigation into alleged irregularities within the Barrow County Tax Commissioners Office.
The Barrow County Board of Commissioners have included on their published agenda for Tuesday evening’s voting session, under the heading of New Business, the authorizing of the County Manager, Randall Dowling, “to submit a written request to Sheriff Jud Smith seeking an investigation into the allegations/operations of the Tax Commissioner’s Office.
As the wheels of growth are beginning to turn and gain momentum in Hall County, Ken Rearden, Director of Hall County Public Works and Utilities, updated guests of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce on the progress being made in developing sewer service along a valued corridor in northeastern Hall County.
A new logo and a new slogan for Hall County were unveiled at Thursday night’s Board of Commissioners meeting.
Governor Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of April totaled $1.68 billion for a decrease of nearly $50 million, or 2.9 percent, compared to the month-ended April 2013. Year-to-date, net tax revenue collections totaled $14.73 billion for an increase of nearly $654.75 million, or 4.7 percent, compared to the same point last year.
Georgia State University has announced a proposal to buy Turner Field and nearby parking lots after the Atlanta Braves move to Cobb County.
Clermont City Clerk Sandra Helton reports that the City Council approved trash and recyclable pickup service at Tuesday night's meeting.
Against the backdrop of brilliant blue skies, the Northeast Georgia Medical Center unveiled on Monday their newest addition to the growing hospital complex: signage proudly announcing that they are now a Level II Trauma Center.
30 year ago ago people began running the bases on the four baseball diamonds at Ivey Watson Field in Lanier Point Park (formerly Jefferson Park, for real old-timers). Gainesville’s population had just surpassed 15,000.
The City of Winder Friday announced the annexation of 88 parcels of land in accordance with legislation recently signed by Governor Nathan Deal.
Wayne Dempsey, former Executive Vice President at Brenau University, lost his battle with cancer and passed away Friday morning in Rome.
When the Gainesville City Council votes on one particular rezoning request Tuesday night at the Public Safety Complex, they will make some folks smile and some folks sour…including many within the Gainesville city government.
Members of the Multi Agency Narcotics Squad and Hall County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested two individuals during the course of a drug investigation.
Gainesville fire fighters were summoned to the 400 block of West End Avenue for a fire inside of a garage at an auto repair business Thursday afternoon.
City Manager Kip Padgett stood and addressed the Gainesville City Council at Thursday morning’s work session. He was about to explain the proposed budget for the 2015 fiscal year which begins on July 1st.
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