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Wednesday January 19th, 2022 5:28AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Atlanta's streetcar project gets a boost
U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood plans to present a check Wednesday for $47.6 million to the city for use on the streetcar project.
5:39AM ( 11 years ago )
Gov. Perdue attends Systemax opening in Jackson County
Systemax Inc. has opened a distribution center in Jackson County that will create about 400 jobs.
8:49AM ( 11 years ago )
Lithonia police officer wounds gunman in shootout
A Lithonia police officer shot and wounded a man accused of opening fire during a traffic stop.
8:45AM ( 11 years ago )
Atlanta gets grant to help clean brownfield sites
The city of Atlanta is one of 23 communities around the country selected to receive a grant from federal environmental authorities to clean up contaminated sites.
6:01AM ( 11 years ago )
Gainesville schools adopt updated discipline policies
The Gainesville School Board Monday evening voted to move quickly towards new state-mandated anti-bullying policies as well as establishing approved guidelines for seclusion or restraint of students.
10:22PM ( 11 years ago )
Police search for suspect in College Park killing
Police in College Park are searching for Eric Lamar Carr, accused of fatally shooting a store owner during a robbery last week.
8:42AM ( 11 years ago )
Godfrey accuses Lutz of embellishing military record
Paul Wayne Godfrey, candidate for Post One of the Hall County Commission, has accused his opponent, Craig Lutz, of embellishing his military record.

4:36AM ( 11 years ago )
UGA providing more parking space for scooters
University of Georgia officials hope a plan that provides more parking space for scooters will keep students from driving the contraptions on sidewalks.
5:59AM ( 11 years ago )
Bishop Eddie Long sued over Ga. property deal
Bishop Eddie Long is being sued over a 2007 business deal involving a gym in Jonesboro.
7:57AM ( 11 years ago )
Alcohol restrictions eased in Duluth
The Duluth City Council has approved an ordinance that expands the boundaries where beer and wine can be sold and consumed during special events in the Gwinnett County city's downtown district.
7:13AM ( 11 years ago )