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Tuesday June 19th, 2018 9:50PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Long-awaited help for Cleveland quadriplegic
Seventeen years ago Jimmy McJunkin of Cleveland, Georgia, was involved in a diving accident. Since that day in 1993 Jimmy has been a quadriplegic.
12:26PM ( 8 years ago )
Sardis Enrichment celebrates Charter School status
Hall County's newest Charter School, Sardis Enrichment, hosted a public exhibition of student work Tuesday evening entitled “Cluster Extravaganza”.
8:02PM ( 8 years ago )
Forum: U.S.-China relations better than most think
The speaker at the opening session of this year's Great Decisions series, sponsored by North Georgia College and State University, said Monday night U.S.-China relations are better than many people think.
9:58PM ( 8 years ago )
Area leaders honor Boy Scouts with tree dedication
"Do a Good Turn Daily" is the official slogan of the Boys Scouts of America. And that is just what the BSA has done at Ivey Terrace Park, a part of Rock Creek Greenway in Gainesville.
7:22PM ( 8 years ago )
Georgia DOT looks at today, tomorrow
Orange traffic cones, bumper-to-bumper traffic, detours, rising blood pressure. Quick: what government agency comes to mind? Why, the state Department of Transportation, of course.
6:25PM ( 8 years ago )
NHHS students going to Macon to make some noise!
The North Hall High School boy's basketball team has had an amazing year.
5:02PM ( 8 years ago )
Nix fields questions on consultant payments
When Hall County Administrator Charley Nix spoke to the Gainesville Kiwanis Club Thursday and it came time for questions from the audience, club members were ready ask about the revelations Monday concerning payments to consultant Carlyle Cox.
5:43PM ( 8 years ago )
PSC told gas rate increase 'just not a good idea'
Last October, before anyone knew about the frigid winter that was headed to Georgia, Atmos Energy asked the Public Service Commission for permission to increase their rates.
9:31PM ( 8 years ago )
Damage put at $35k in Oakwood apartment fire
Damage is put at $35,000 following a fire at an Oakwood apartment complex Sunday afternoon but the cause of the blaze remains unknown though Hall County Fire Marshal Scott Cagle now says it may have been electrical in nature.
1:52PM ( 8 years ago )
No injuries in Creekside Apartments fire
It was approximately 5:00PM when Kevin Odell of Creekside Apartments heard neighbors banging on his front door, yelling for him to get out because the unit next to his was on fire.

5:31PM ( 8 years ago )