Recent Articles by Marc Eggers
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The Hall County Planning Commission denied the request of Troy Ledbetter of Jasper, Georgia, developer of Eagle’s Landing Subdivision in northwest Hall County, to reduce the minimum size of homes in the subdivision from 1800 square feet to 1200 square feet.
Confusion reigned among some north Georgia voters Monday as early voting began for the July 20th primaries with a special election runoff for the 9th District Congressional seat scheduled Tuesday.
Early and absentee voting for the July 20 primaries begins Monday in most of Georgia... the latest start date for early voting allowed by state law. It will end Friday, July 16.
A German plastics manufacturer is relocating its Georgia plant from Doraville about 30 miles east to Barrow County after outgrowing its facility.
Gov. Sonny Perdue is taking a group of Georgia agricultural business leaders to Cuba to explore trade and tourism with the island nation.
Approximately fifty friends, family, and comrades-in-arms were on the tarmac at Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport Friday morning waving American flags as Verl Fisher boarded his aircraft.
A group of almost 100 youngsters under the direction of the Gainesville Park and Recreation Department attempted to enter the Guinness Book of World Records Thursday.
Hall County Commission candidates Jones Cottrell and David Scott Gibbs differed Tuesday night on selling water from additional reservoirs to other jurisdictions and pledging not to raise taxes.
Lanier Technical College Interim President Russell Vandiver says the school is well-positioned for the economic rebound in the state.
"A Star Spangled Salute to American Heroes", a rousing patriotic musical presentation performed by the Northwinds Symphonic Band, played to a full house at the First Baptist Church on Green Street.
The Memorial Day commemoration began at midnight as an armed Honor Guard marched in the Veterans' Section of Memorial Park Cemetery.
Terae Marjorie Thomas, 28, of Winder was arrested Friday on two counts of 1st Degree Cruelty to Children in connection with last week's incident in which her toddler daughter were critically injured.
Early voting for the July 20th primaries will begin on Monday, June 7th. Early voting will end on Friday, July 16th at 5:00PM.
A student in Lilburn has been seriously injured by someone who threw a balloon filled with bleach at his face.
Phillip Grant Anderson, 35, was arrested at his home on Saturday by Braselton Police Officers and charged with cruelty to animals after a neighbor told authorities that she saw Anderson dragging a small dog by a leash.
Seventh confirmed case of rabies in 2010 in Hall County happens in the Lula Road area of North Hall.
Hall County Schools Supt. Will Schofield doesn't expect much impact on county schools as a result of a one-year exemption on the maximum number of students permitted in the state's classrooms.
The Lumpkin County Board of Education has cancelled a meeting planned for 5:00 Tuesday afternoon at which it was expected to decide the fate of a teacher suspended for allowing students to wear KKK-like regalia to school. But it will meet an hour earlier to discuss race relations and how to improve them.
A DeKalb County man will spend 35 years in prison after being convicted of rape and multiple counts of child molestation.
Even though he gave out thousands of diplomas to others and was once selected as the Teacher of the Year, Gene Beckstein never received a high school diploma himself. That all will change at Friday’s Gainesville High School graduation ceremony.
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