Wednesday January 17th, 2018 10:53PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers to meet with Treasury about dollar coins
A south Georgia lawyer's campaign to encourage people, banks and merchants to circulate dollar coins has attracted the attention of the U.S. Treasury.
1:46PM ( 7 years ago )
Young Harris College honors Green Family
Lillie Mae Green, lifelong resident of Gainesville and widow of the late Frank Green, founder of Green's Grocery Store, was honored today by Young Harris College for her generous support of the College.
12:55PM ( 7 years ago )
Boy, 11, recovering after dog bites ear
An 11-year-old boy has lost part of an ear and his mother is upset with animal control officials after a dog attack at a northwest Atlanta apartment complex.
9:39AM ( 7 years ago )
Little Caesar robbery investigation continues
The Little Caesar's employee shot in Thursday night's robbery in Cornelia has been identified.
6:03PM ( 7 years ago )
Alpharetta officer suspended for improper parking
An Alpharetta police officer has been suspended without pay for parking in a handicapped zone in his cruiser.
5:02PM ( 7 years ago )
Talking "trash" at Public Information Meeting
The City of Gainesville held their second Public Information Meeting at the Civic Center Thursday night to continue discussing changes in the solid waste collection program.
7:52PM ( 7 years ago )
Competitive Post 1 County Commission seat goes to run-off
The vote for the Hall County Commission, Post 1 seat showed how three uniquely different candidates could hold broad appeal. Incumbent Bobby Banks, former Flowery Branch City Council member Craig Lutz, and newcomer Kimbo Senter all held their own in a hotly, but quietly, contested south Hall County election.

12:15AM ( 7 years ago )
United Way kicks-off fundraising season
A large, empty Hall County school bus sat outside the Troop 26 Boy Scout cabin behind First Baptist Church, waiting to be filled with donated school supplies for children in the Gainesville City and Hall County school systems.
12:47PM ( 7 years ago )
Deals go to the polls
Gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal and his wife, Sandra, approached the cafeteria door at Wauka Mountain Elementary School at 10 o’clock this morning ready to cast their votes.
11:26AM ( 7 years ago )
Gainesville School Board, new year and AYP
Following the Monday night meeting of the Gainesville City School Board, Superintendent Merrianne Dyer was asked about the announcement of Gainesville City Schools not making AYP, or “annual yearly progress”.
11:14PM ( 7 years ago )