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Thursday April 26th, 2018 1:38AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Hall schools to install more silent alarms; possibly offer free tuition to Gainesville residents (AUDIO)
“It performed exactly as we expected it to,” said Dr. Aaron Turpin, Assistant Superintendent of Technology for Hall County Schools.
9:10PM ( 2 days ago )
Braselton called 'Rip Van Winkle awakened' by growth expert
Growth in the quad-county area surrounding Braselton has outpaced experts’ predictions. Few in Hall, Barrow, Jackson or Gwinnett Counties could imagine the scope of what lied ahead for the sleepy town whose population was 1206 as late as the year 2000; even those who expected “big things” have been pleasantly surprised.
10:16AM ( 4 days ago )
New Highpoint Medical Campus hosts south Hall business leaders
Healthcare services continue to multiply in the Braselton area and on Thursday morning the South Hall Business Coalition held their monthly breakfast meeting at the new Highpoint Medical Campus, which first welcomed patients last summer.
12:26PM ( 6 days ago )
Upscale condos approved for lake property near Gainesville Marina
Unanimous approval from the Gainesville City Council Tuesday evening to a rezoning request clears the way for construction to begin on a pair of six-story condominium units across the cove from Gainesville Marina.
7:51PM ( 1 week ago )
Enota leader looks forward to 'moving out'
Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy Principal Wesley Roach told the Gainesville City School Board Monday evening that the end of his school’s campus-sharing adventure was drawing to a close.
9:18PM ( 1 week ago )
Drone added to equipment arsenal Gainesville Fire Department
Gainesville Fire Department Chief Jerome Yarbrough told Gainesville City Council this past week about a donation that will allow the start of a drone program for the department
3:00PM ( 1 week ago )
National Crime Victims' Rights Week ceremony honors local advocates
People victimized by the chronic social plague called crime need to know there are resources and services available to help them return to normalcy, that there are people who know first-hand their turmoil and who can help them find restoration
2:02PM ( 1 week ago )
Gainesville Council prepares for 2018-19. Is Civic Center expansion a possibility?
The Gainesville City Council attentively listened to five more budget presentations Thursday morning at their work session, part of the annual reporting of department heads to city leaders as the upcoming 2018-2019 budget is considered.
2:37PM ( 1 week ago )
Hall Board of Education okays new GPA calculator for upcoming high schoolers.
The way class rank is calculated for Hall County high school students will be changing
8:23PM ( 2 weeks ago )
State tax revenues down in March according to Governor Deal
Governor Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for March totaled nearly $1.56 billion, for a decrease of $8.2 million, or -0.5 percent, compared to last year.
11:26AM ( 2 weeks ago )