Monday June 18th, 2018 5:13AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Flowery Branch showcases its growth and growing plans
Flowery Branch leaders proudly showed off their new City Hall complex to the South Hall Business Coalition Tuesday morning, but it became obvious as City Manager Bill Andrew spoke that the new structure is just the “tip of the iceberg” in terms of the city’s increasing presence in southern Hall County.
11:42AM ( 1 month ago )
Newcomer Academy working; that according to ESOL specialist
Efforts by the Hall County School System to intercept students who are struggling academically because of a language barrier are paying off according to Dr. Anna Sargent, Assistant Director of ESOL/Title III Programs.
11:15PM ( 1 month ago )
Hall County looks to 2020 Census and funding changes it might bring
Next Census looks to reclassify area as ‘Large Urban” and that could mean loss of funding dollars
6:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Acceptance and rejection accompany pair of GHMPO votes
There is a bit of a paradox arising out of Tuesday’s Policy Committee meeting of the Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization (GHMPO).
2:39PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville BOE hears reports on efforts to educate diverse city population
The Gainesville City School System Board of Education heard reports at their work session Monday evening on three unique topics: Special Education, ESOL, and a power outage.
9:28PM ( 1 month ago )
National Day of Prayer events get early start in Gainesville
The annual National Day of Prayer got off to an early start this morning as over 300 people packed the Gainesville Civic Center to enjoy breakfast, fellowship, to hear from internationally renowned speaker Dean Sikes, and to pray.
9:37AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville Fire Station 2 relocating to site of landmark business
Gainesville’s oldest fire station will soon be moving to the site of one of Gainesville’s oldest businesses.
8:17PM ( 1 month ago )
Overnight paving to begin in Jackson County on U.S. 129
The Georgia Department of Transportation has announced that on Sunday, April 29, crews with Pittman Construction Company of Conyers will begin resurfacing 6.268 miles of State Route 11 / US 129 in Jackson County.
9:09AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville's new traffic control center is up and running (AUDIO)
Imagine a room without any windows, yet those in the room can clearly see what is happening outside, even at a location miles away.
11:20AM ( 1 month ago )
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 ( 1 month ago )