Friday June 23rd, 2017 6:15AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Summer '17 Safety Tour kicks off on the shore of Lake Lanier
They stood shoulder to shoulder as if to emphasize their solidarity; dark storm clouds and cold northwesterly winds provided the appropriate backdrop to underscore their seriousness. The unspoken message was clear: the upcoming summer season on and around Lake Lanier would be a safe experience.
12:55PM ( 4 weeks ago )
9th District BOE member Kevin Boyd discusses education in Georgia
“The northeast Georgia district is probably one of the better districts in the state,” Boyd said with a measure of pride.
9:31PM ( 4 weeks ago )
Saturday morning fire consumes Lyman Street house
Hall County Fire officials are still trying to determine whether a house that burned to the ground Saturday morning was being lived in or not.
11:50AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville employees help their own face college costs
The cost of a college education can be staggering. In 2012 employees with the city of Gainesville determined that they would try to help their own face that financial mountain.
9:00AM ( 1 month ago )
"It's mine...mine...mine!"
Why is learning to share such a problem? Did I not learn that sharing is a good thing way back in the days of the Mickey Mouse Club and Romper Room?
8:46AM ( 1 month ago )
Property exempt from school tax continues to challenge Hall County school budgeteers
Hall County School Board members got their first look at a tentative FY 2018 budget at their work session Monday evening and heard School Superintendent Will Schofield express his opinion that something needed to be done about the growing amount of property owners exempt from paying school tax.
10:43PM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville Planning Board: Requests for helipad, gas station denied, but soccer fields approved
While the most controversial item on this past Tuesday's Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board agenda was an 880-unit development on the busy Dawsonville Highway corridor, board members had other issues that generated concern as well
4:02PM ( 1 month ago )
PHOTO GALLERY: Relay for Life - Survivors' Walk
Weather unable to dampen courageous spirits
8:25PM ( 1 month ago )
Millage rate rollbacks recommended for Gainesville property owners
“Mayor, for the General Fund, no tax increase is recommended for the General Fund,” City Manager Bryan Lackey said as he began his FY2018 budget presentation at Thursday morning’s Gainesville City Council work session.
12:33PM ( 1 month ago )
Assisted living home for McEver Road moves forward; city planning board denies zoning for group home on Green Street
A 9.25-acre tract at the intersection McEver and Browns Bridge Roads is one step closer to being the site of an 82-room assisted living and memory care facility
9:00AM ( 1 month ago )