Saturday March 25th, 2017 11:31AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
The Wind is Your Friend: but it takes a while to enjoy its company
The forecast called for winds up to 30 miles-per-hour. What sort of idiot would get pumped-up, much-the-less venture out onto the open expanses of Lake Lanier under such daunting conditions?
8:06AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Deshaun Watson Way now official
You can add another 60-yards to the legacy being built by Deshaun Watson, quarterback for the 2017 FBS champion Clemson Tigers and Gainesville High School graduate. However, this time, neither a tight spiral threaded between defensive backs nor a scramble from the pocket, contributed directly to the additional distance.
9:16PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Gainesville Mayor reports on State of the City
“The signs of Gainesville’s success are everywhere,” Mayor Danny Dunagan told council members and those in attendance at Tuesday evening’s Gainesville City Council meeting.
8:35PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville City Schools to begin new superintendent interviews
Gainesville City School Board Chairman Brett Mercer says that the search for a new superintendent of schools is moving forward steadily and that he hopes the board will be able to announce their choice within the next ten weeks.
8:35PM ( 1 month ago )
Stakeholders petition GHMPO to officially remove Martin Road from consideration
Folks in southern Hall County have known for decades that living along Martin Road is not only picturesque and peaceful, but Martin Road provides convenient access to larger roadways that will swiftly have you headed to Oakwood, Braselton, Gainesville, even Interstate-85 and points beyond.
10:00AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville City Council hears about new technology and old 'eyesore'
Pleasant weather makes the downtown Gainesville square a hot-spot for people-watching, quiet time and gentle conversation, but by autumn of 2018 it could also become a hot-spot, literally.
1:11PM ( 1 month ago )
Saving local transportation planning still a possibility
Transportation Planning Manager for the GHMPO, Sam Baker, was repeating a warning he had issued before, but this time, he said, a glimmer of hope that losing control won’t occur has materialized.
3:40PM ( 1 month ago )
A couple of suggestions for when the weather changes, again, and again
Mark Twain is credited with saying: “If you don't like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.”, but you and I both know he really was talking about north Georgia.
7:43PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville to clarify sign code including a cap on yard signs
A new sign ordinance is up for approval by the Gainesville City Council and it includes restrictions on yard signage on private property. Yards loaded with signs endorsing various political causes or candidates will possibly become a thing of the past.
12:39PM ( 1 month ago )
Flowery Branch breaks ground on new city hall complex
Seven spadesful of red Georgia soil were hoisted skyward Tuesday evening as ground breaking ceremonies for the long-awaited Flowery Branch City Hall are about to transition into eight months of busy construction activity.
8:36PM ( 1 month ago )