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Saturday March 6th, 2021 9:54PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Graves, Hawkins headed to runoff
Tom Graves’ campaign headquarters sits atop a small knoll just off the Square in Cumming. And now Tom Graves’ effort to represent Georgia’s 9th Congressional District sits atop the momentum of garnering almost 50% more votes than his nearest rival, Lee Hawkins.
6:35AM ( 10 years ago )
Ga. teacher acquitted in molestation trial
A former kindergarten teacher has been acquitted on charges she molested three young girls.
5:29PM ( 10 years ago )
60 businesses cited at Mall of Ga.
Gwinnett County Police Officers and Code Enforcement Officers conducted a Business License compliance check at businesses in the Mall of Georgia. The operation resulted in sixty citations being issued to businesses not in compliance with Gwinnett County ordinances.
2:45PM ( 10 years ago )
Hall County Farmer's Market returns
The sun had yet to make its appearance, but the Hall County Farmer’s Market was up and running early Tuesday morning. This would mark the beginning of their 37th year of selling locally grown farm produce.
7:54AM ( 10 years ago )
GOP congressman endorses Handel, drops Deal
Republican congressman Tom Price has swapped endorsements in the race for governor, dropping Nathan Deal and backing Karen Handel instead.
4:58PM ( 10 years ago )
Pool to stay open at GSC
The Gainesville State College pool will remain open. At the request of the University System of Georgia Board of Regents, the GSC pool will not close as anticipated.
4:19PM ( 10 years ago )
Jury gets NW Ga. teacher molestation case
A jury in Ringgold is considering the case of a former northwest Georgia kindergarten teacher charged with child molestation.
3:01PM ( 10 years ago )
Gainesville Red Cross, 93 years and going strong
“A Celebration of Women’s Service to Humanity” was hosted Friday by the Gainesville Chapter of the American Red Cross at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
1:51PM ( 10 years ago )
Cathy Cox addresses WomenSource luncheon
Cathy Cox, 21st President of Young-Harris College, and past Secretary of State of Georgia, was the featured speaker at Thursday’s WomenSource Brown Bag Luncheon at the Frances Meadows Aquatic Center.
7:09PM ( 10 years ago )
Five injured after cars crash into Atlanta barbershop
Fire officials say two cars have crashed into an Atlanta area barbershop, injuring five people, including two critically.
4:03PM ( 10 years ago )