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Wednesday October 17th, 2018 2:12AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Gainesville City Council to address downtown panhandling and loitering issues
The Gainesville City Council will vote next week on a pair of ordinance amendments that will help law enforcement better control and mitigate two growing problems in the downtown area: urban camping and aggressive solicitation.
11:32AM ( 2 weeks ago )
AUDIO: Generous donors provide area outreach funding for 673,000 meals
Over 850 people crowded the banquet hall at First Baptist Church on Green Street during the noon hour Tuesday for the 10th annual Empty Bowl Lunch.
8:54PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Hall school superintendent warns: 'We are heading towards a cliff.'
Superintendent Will Schofield asked, “How is this community going to pay for education?”
8:25PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Fourth suspect arrested in Lula home invasion case
The final suspect in a January home invasion in Lula has been taken into custody.
4:16PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Revolving door at Athens-Clarke County Police Department as newest leader resigns
Another resignation in less than two weeks has the Athens-Clarke County Police Department looking for a new leader according to the Athens Banner Herald.
2:20PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Flowery Branch mayor explains silence on rumored church community
It wasn’t on the agenda but it definitively was on the minds of city leaders when the Flowery Branch City Council met Thursday evening.
4:00AM ( 3 weeks ago )
AUDIO: Gainesville School Superintendent ready for whatever comes the board's way
Gainesville School Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Williams says he is ready to face the challenge of educating the students of a rapidly growing urban population.
8:52PM ( 4 weeks ago )
Lake Knickerbocker dam repair work soon to get underway
Repair work will soon begin on the Lake Knickerbocker Dam.
6:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville Council considers alcohol code amendment to allow distilleries
The Gainesville City Council will consider an ordinance at their voting session on Tuesday that amends the current alcoholic beverage code to allow for distilleries, to reflect requests received from local business owners and patrons, and to better synchronize the existing city regulations with each other and state regulations.
12:14PM ( 1 month ago )
PHOTO GALLERY: Ag-Day comes to White Sulphur Elementary School.
For the tenth time Hall County school children received an up-close look at what farmers do and how families get the foods they eat during the annual Ag-Day celebration Wednesday morning held this year at White Sulphur Elementary School.
12:15PM ( 1 month ago )