Saturday July 22nd, 2017 6:33PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Annual Ag Awards presentation honors four area men
The annual Hall County Agribusiness Awards breakfast was held this morning at the North Hall Community Center.
10:13AM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville BOE approves final Enota demolition-construction costs
The Gainesville City School Board heard final construction costs for the demolition and rebuilding of Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy at their meeting Monday evening.
11:59PM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville officials say private investment beginning to appear for mid-town redevelopment projects
Private investment momentum is beginning to build for redevelopment of Gainesville’s midtown area, an area long in need of revival.
11:48AM ( 4 months ago )
Help wanted: Bass club looking for new weatherman
The winter that never was; the spring that won't come
8:56AM ( 4 months ago )
Alleged attempted witness influencing leads to arrest of Flowery Branch woman
Flowery Branch woman has been arrested for allegedly attempting to influence a witness.
5:03PM ( 4 months ago )
GDOT updates Chamber of Commerce on road construction progress
As usual the annual Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Transportation Forum held on the campus of the University of North Georgia drew a large crowd, the only person missing was featured speaker Russell McMurray, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Transportation.
9:18PM ( 4 months ago )
People want to address Dawsonville Highway traffic challenge
Traffic congestion along the burgeoning Dawsonville Highway corridor is positioning itself to be the next “hot-button” issue in Gainesville city politics.
11:59PM ( 4 months ago )
Hall Area Transit Development Plan reflects economic growth and local need
Yes, it’s the time of year that budget requests are presented, but Thursday morning the Gainesville City Council heard a four-year plan regarding the Hall Area Transit System that did NOT involve a specific dollar request…at least not yet.
12:55PM ( 4 months ago )
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 ( 4 months 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 ( 4 months ago )