Monday March 19th, 2018 7:53PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Red Elephants might soon get ‘the big picture’
Four giant screen video displays are being considered for use at Bobby Gruhn Field, the main field at Ivey Watson Baseball Complex, the Gainesville High School gym and the GHS girls’ softball field.
10:28PM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville sees economic impact from bass anglers, tournaments
It seems that the Manager of Gainesville’s Convention and Visitors’ Bureau must have some fishing skills; Regina Dyer, it appears, knows a “bite” when she feels one. And it is apparent that Dyer has “set the hook” on a lucrative source of revenue for the city.
9:00AM ( 3 months ago )
Public Works Director discusses Green St. roundabout meeting
Historic Green Street between the post office and the Civic Center is undeniably beautiful, but often beauty and high maintenance go hand-in-hand.
12:45PM ( 3 months ago )
Anchor Clubs return to schools in Hall County
Students at eight schools in Hall County now have one more avenue of giving back to the community, something founders of Anchor International believe is a “need” the current generation has deep within them.
1:13PM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville School Supt. hopes to see wrap-around services for students made available
When the Gainesville City School Board of Education met Monday evening Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Williams said he wanted to add something to his recent list of legislative priorities, submitted in draft form to the Board at the November 6th work session.
9:42PM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville PD ready for Black Friday onslaught
“Caveat emptor” is Latin for “let the buyer beware” and may have been spoken by Caesar to his wife as she left for Black Friday shopping in ancient Rome. Okay, maybe not, but it is still good advice and is part of the message Gainesville Police are trying to share with the shopping public.
6:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Georgia Sec of State issues warning after Flowery Branch business falls prey to scammer
A scam that managed to defraud a business in Flowery Branch out of $2000 has attracted the attention of the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office.
3:48PM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville asks travellers to use Sardis cut-thru to lessen Black Friday traffic along Dawsonville Hwy.
Gainesville City Manager Bryan Lackey told city council members at their Tuesday voting session that a recent trial demonstration of the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) proved successful, that the city is as prepared for Black Friday shopping traffic as they can be.
8:50PM ( 3 months ago )
Hall Planning Commission wrestles to balance community need with county code
Members of the Hall County Planning Commission admitted Monday evening that what should have been a simple decision on a rezoning request gave them more difficultly than they expected.
8:12PM ( 3 months ago )
Gainesville Connection service expansion looks for funding
The City of Gainesville is looking to expand Gainesville Connection services according to Community Service Center Director Phillippa Lewis Moss.
11:22AM ( 4 months ago )