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Marc Eggers

Marc Eggers





Recent Articles by Marc Eggers

  • South Georgia town shuts down police department
    Budget cuts have led city leaders in a small south Georgia town to shut down its police department.
  • Agency to keep sanctions against Georgia college
    An accrediting agency had decided to continue with its sanctions against Georgia Perimeter College over concerns about the school's financial stability and financial controls.
  • Ralston says changes to Ga. forfeiture law needed
    House Speaker David Ralston said Wednesday that changes are needed to Georgia's forfeiture law to increase accountability and transparency and plans a serious look at legislation next year.
  • DeKalb CEO accused of trying to extort vendors
    A DeKalb County grand jury has indicted county CEO Burrell Ellis on charges including attempted extortion, conspiracy and theft after prosecutors say he threatened to withhold county business from companies that didn't contribute to his campaign.
  • State leaders react to Supreme Court decision on voter ID's
    Georgia officials said they plan to review a U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down an Arizona voter-registration law requiring proof of citizenship to determine what effect it may have on a similar state law.
  • Infant, woman injured in fatal Athens-area crash
    Athens-Clarke County police say a woman has died in a crash that left another woman and a 7-month-old baby hospitalized.
  • 3-vehicle wreck on McEver Rd.
    A multi-vehicle wreck shut down a section of McEver Road just south of Gaines Ferry Road for a time Saturday afternoon.
  • Some in Atlanta still powerless
    Georgia Power says roughly 2,000 of its customers in metro Atlanta remain without power following severe storms.
  • Man pleads guilty to planting drugs on woman's car
    A northwest Georgia man has pleaded guilty to planting drugs on a woman's car to get her arrested.
  • GVL Council unanimous on code changes; not on forced annexation
    The Gainesville City Council voted unanimously to change their Unified Land Development Codes Thursday morning. Those changes are part of a movement to annex 115 parcels of county land currently located within city limits but not officially a part of the city; however, Council is not unanimous regarding the matter of forced annexation.
  • ZF North America opens third Hall County facility
    A second German-based manufacturing company in as many days held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the expansion of their business operations in Hall County.
  • BITZER dedicates new Oakwood facility
    If a business decides to locate in Hall County that speaks well for efforts by the local Chamber of Commerce and other civic and legislative leaders; but if that same business decides eight years later to triple its footprint, thatís a shout-from-the-rooftop that the business culture in the area is thriving.
  • Attorney: Ban "pink" at trial
    A defense attorney for a man accused of killing and dismembering a Mercer University law school classmate in 2011 wants a judge to ban spectators from wearing the color pink during the trial.
  • Four injured in Saturday AM shooting in Atlanta
    Atlanta police are investigating a shooting that injured four people, including a 60-year-old woman and a teenage girl.
  • Lula Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony
    "Lula has felt the sting of combat loss, but has also felt the uplifting legacy of our dearly departed service members, like your own Major Kevin Jenrette," said Colonel Randall V. Simmons, guest speaker at the annual Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony at Lulaís Veterans Park.
  • Budget approved for expected events; GVL also readies for the unexpected
    The Gainesville City Council unanimously approved the recommended 2014 budget at Tuesday eveningís voting session, balancing expected revenues for the upcoming fiscal year against the anticipated expenses during the same time period.
  • Officials: Amazing no one died
    Officials described a devastating scene of shattered cars and other damage where two trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in Connecticut, saying Saturday it's fortunate that no one was killed and that there weren't even more injuries.
  • Boy Scout vote on gay members imminent
    ith its ranks deeply divided, the Boy Scouts of America is asking its local leaders from across the country to decide whether its contentious membership policy should be overhauled so that openly gay boys can participate in Scout units.
  • Jackson Co. School Supt. resigns
    Just one year after accepting the position, Jackson County School Superintendent Dr. John Green has announced his resignation according to a report in the Jackson Herald Today.
  • President manages to stay afloat
    Despite Democratic fears, predictions of the demise of President Barack Obama's agenda appear exaggerated after a week of cascading controversies, political triage by the administration and party leaders in Congress and lack of evidence to date of wrongdoing close to the Oval Office.
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