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Sunday July 22nd, 2018 12:32PM

Marc Eggers

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Marc Eggers
Budget presentations illustrate growth and related challenges at city council work session
Spring is the time of new growth in northeast Georgia and the city of Gainesville is no exception.
12:58PM ( 4 months ago )
Six story condos recommended for approval by Gainesville Planning
A plan to construct a pair of six-story condominium units on a 6.227-acre site along the bank of Lake Lanier received unanimous recommendation for approval from the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday evening.
10:42PM ( 4 months ago )
Lula investment in sewer service continues to grow
The small town that ventured into a big-time waste treatment business (an endeavor usually reserved for much larger municipalities) is venturing even further.
10:35PM ( 4 months ago )
Oklahoma man wins FLW Tour on Lake Lanier
Bradley Hallman of Norman, Oklahoma, fended of a handful of late challengers to win the FLW Tour bass-fishing event at Lake Lanier.
7:11PM ( 4 months ago )
'Let's go fishing!': Lake Lanier ready for major bass tournament
Heads up: the traffic Thursday morning at the Longstreet Bridge will be heavy and continuous shortly after sunrise …not on the bridge, but under the bridge
4:00PM ( 4 months ago )
Is Gainesville next to join opioid lawsuit parade?
The City of Gainesville will examine the possibility of joining the queue of governing agencies seeking to recoup costs associated with the ubiquitous opioid-addiction crisis in America.
7:04PM ( 4 months ago )
Hall County considers suing drug manufacturers over opioid crisis
Hall County is about to enter the litigation process against opioid drug manufacturers and distributors.
5:17PM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville: Gun control discussion shows wide variety of opinions
Nearly one hundred people participated in a public safety forum Thursday evening at the Gainesville Civic Center organized by Josh McCall, Democratic candidate for the 9th District of the U.S. House of Representatives, a seat currently held by Rep. Doug Collins of Gainesville, a Republican.
9:49PM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville subdivision seeks to add single-family units
The growth continues in Gainesville; as businesses come so do the employees who will work in those businesses and so does the need for housing for those employees.
11:34AM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville BOE urges arena feasibility study
For the first time in two years the Gainesville City Council and the Gainesville City Board of Education held a formal joint meeting.
9:46PM ( 4 months ago )