Monday June 24th, 2019 5:06AM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
One of four entering-auto suspects captured by Hall County Sheriff's Office
Hall County deputies responding to reports of suspicious activity in the early morning hours of June 14th discovered a series of vehicles that were broken into in southern Hall County.
4:20PM ( 4 days ago )
Gainesville City Council approves FY2020 budget and millage rates
The fiscal year 2020 budget and the applicable millage rates for property owners in Gainesville are now official.
8:14PM ( 5 days ago )
Senior care facility with a homey touch okayed to expand
The Hall County Planning Commission gave a unanimous recommendation for approval Monday evening for seven additional residents to live at the Peaceful Hearts Personal Care Home on L.J. Martin Road in the Chestnut Mountain area.
9:18PM ( 6 days ago )
Gainesville Police hope public can help explain Friday interstate wreck
Gainesville Police are seeking the public's help in determining the cause of a single vehicle wreck Friday afternoon on Interstate 985 near the Atlanta Highway overpass.
9:38PM ( 1 week ago )
Gainesville, Hall County team up to handle city's recycling
Gainesville residents should stop putting glass in their recyclable containers, beginning August 1 because the city has decided to contract with Hall County to handle recyclables and the county doesn't accept glass.
2:05PM ( 1 week ago )
Lula moves forward on road resurfacing
Long awaited roadway improvements will soon begin on a trio of streets in Lula.
9:38PM ( 1 week ago )
Sugar Hill breaks ground on Veterans Memorial in D-Day ceremony
Heavily overcast skies and steady rain greeted 160,000 Allied forces the morning of June 6, 1944, as they stormed a 50-mile stretch of beach in northern France. Thursday morning heavily overcast skies and steady rain made the perfect backdrop for Sugar Hill’s commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy, also known as D-Day.
11:30AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Gainesville FY2020 budget moves toward final approval
The lone public hearing on the proposed FY 2020 Budget came and passed Tuesday evening as no one stepped forward to speak to the Gainesville City Council about the proposed $31.96-million spending plan.
8:40PM ( 2 weeks ago )
BOLO issued for escaped Dawson County prisoner
The Dawson County Sheriff’s Office has posted a “Be On The Lookout” for a 29-year-old prisoner who did not return from a work-release assignment Saturday afternoon.
1:44PM ( 4 weeks ago )
MUST SEE VIDEO: Local karate instructor / fisherman's YouTube video goes 'viral'
Without hesitation, martial artist Lee Sandt responded to his competitor’s last-second move. The 4th Degree Master in Tang Soo Do Korean karate refused to be denied victory.
7:20PM ( 4 weeks ago )