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Tuesday February 18th, 2020 2:05PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Flowery Branch considers public art work in move to establish its identity
Flowery Branch City Manager Bill Andrew told the city council at its first meeting of the new year Thursday evening that 2020 could see a number of art projects joining the downtown renaissance.
9:48PM ( 1 month ago )
Bullying scrutinized by Gainesville City Schools and community members
Gainesville City School Superintendent Dr. Jeremy Williams spent most of the meeting taking notes as he heard from parents, grandparents, community leaders, even students themselves, on the growing problem of bullying in the schools.
10:42PM ( 1 month ago )
RR crossings in Lula to be repaired in January, but traffic will be affected
Norfolk Southern plans to "smooth out" two railroad crossings in the City of Lula beginning January 6th, but officials only recently notified the city of those plans.
10:28AM ( 1 month ago )
Gainesville BOE member on arrest of parent: 'The school system dropped the ball on this.'
Gainesville City School Board Vice Chairman Willie Mitchell listened carefully as Kimberly Ruffin tearfully told her story, passing a suicide note her 11-year-old grandson had written just days before to Newtown Florist Club Executive Director Rose Johnson.
8:43PM ( 1 month ago )
Hall sheriff pursues improvements in technology, logistics and serving the people
Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch told members of the South Hall Business Coalition Tuesday morning, “We currently have the best equipment, the best cars, the best training we have ever had since I have been here in this business, thirty-seven years.”
5:13PM ( 2 months ago )
Historic tombs will relocate from front yard to Gainesville cemetery
Members of the Thompson Family (circa mid-1800s) appear to be headed to their final resting place after parties on both sides of an emotional issue reached agreement at Monday evening’s Hall County Planning Commission meeting.
11:59PM ( 2 months ago )
Gainesville to consider new Tax Allocation Districts applications
Funding assistance for a fourteen townhome housing development and the expansion of a midtown business will be on the voting agenda when the Gainesville City meets next week.
7:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Glades Farm contract extended, 'Recovered Material Processing Facility' approved by Hall Commissioners
Nearly a decade ago the “plan” dominated local media headlines; Thursday night what’s left of the “plan” was so benign that it was easily lost among the 33 other consent agenda items passed in a single vote by the Hall County Commission.
10:23PM ( 2 months ago )
Extended Stay Lodging Services ordinance to be decided by Gainesville City Council next week
The City of Gainesville will hold a public hearing regarding changes to the city’s Unified Land Development Code (ULDC), including an amendment in the ULDC regulating what is referred to as “Extended Stay Lodging Services”.
2:25PM ( 2 months ago )
Midtown mixed-use projects get blessing of Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board
A unanimous recommendation for rezoning approval from the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday evening moved a couple of midtown mixed-use developments closer to reality.
7:59PM ( 2 months ago )