Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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Administrators are expressing delight after a year-end review of operational figures revealed that ridership on the Red Rabbit bus service increased by 32,710 to produce their largest annual ridership of 143,000.
Hall County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the East Ridge MHP off of Marlow Drive to investigate a report of a burglary in progress.
A federal judge has upheld Georgia's law banning guns in churches and other places of worship.
The head of an accrediting agency had harsh words for the Atlanta school board, telling members to stop being selfish and do what's best for the 47,000 students in the urban district.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 108.68 points today on extensive news regarding corporate deal making.
On Monday Maranatha Christian Academy of Oakwood became fully accredited from K4-12th grade, with accreditation for K-3 soon to follow, according to school administrator Rod Bell.
The criteria for the City of Gainesville Plumbing Retrofit Program has changed.
An afternoon house burglary on Main Street behind the Rite Aid Pharmacy was interrupted by a Lumpkin County Sheriff's Deputy.
Gainesville State College releases revised academic calendar for Spring Semester 2011, including new graduation date.
"I had prepared myself to have an 'avalanche' of negative comments - and really, I received none," were the words of proud accomplishment spoken by Flowery Branch City Manager Bill Andrew regarding the recent winter storm.
A case of tuberculosis has been reported at a Forsyth County preschool and day care center.
The Gwinnett County School System has announced make-up dates for three of the school days that were cancelled by this month's historic ice storm.
The Hall County Public Works Department shut down traffic on Memorial Park Road in Gainesville Wednesday afternoon when inspection crews found what appeared to be a water main break.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle says tax reform isn't something that has to happen this year.
Hall County Sheriff's deputies were called to a home in north Hall County late Tuesday morning to investigate a report of an accidental shooting.
The Northeast Georgia Peace Council hosted the silver anniversary Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Walk and Celebration. Cornelia's downtown Big Red Apple served as the gathering point for today's parade commemorating King's birthday and legacy.
Area commercial car washes were teeming with assiduous motorists Saturday, taking advantage of the spring-like weather to restore the luster of their land cruisers. Their target: road salt.
Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens has issued a directive ordering companies to exercise leniency in dealing with affected individuals and businesses that may experience difficulty paying premiums due to the extreme weather of the past week.
A Fulton County grand jury has indicted a 30-year-old Atlanta man who police say gunned down a Georgia state trooper.
State Sen. Steve Gooch (R-Dahlonega) has barely had a chance to learn the layout of his new office and he has already been appointed to several influential committees for the 2011-2012 term by the Senate Committee on Assignments.
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