Wednesday April 8th, 2020 4:32PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
Hall County names Interim County Administrator
The Hall County Commission meeting Thursday was a time of expressing appreciation for a job-well-done as commissioners thanked County Administrator Randy Knighton for his service.
8:59PM ( 2 years ago )
Hall Commissioners asked to remove Confederate monument from Gainesville Square
"Old Joe” was brought before the Hall County Commission at their work session Tuesday afternoon; not literally, but in petition.
6:29PM ( 2 years ago )
Working on that perfect tan is part of the pattern
The sun was having its effect; the tops of my feet were beginning to turn pink. Flip-flops are a poor choice in UV protection.
8:48AM ( 2 years ago )
Fledgling Gainesville/Hall REACH student program beginning to soar
The two school systems overseeing the educational experience of Hall County’s 35,000 students agree: REACH Georgia is a worthy investment in the future of Georgia, the local economy and, most-significantly, the lives of young people.
11:08AM ( 2 years ago )
Dawsonville Highway intersection named to honor fallen peace officer
A tragedy that shook small-town Gainesville nearly 45-years ago came full circle Tuesday evening as State Representative Lee Hawkins of Gainesville read House Resolution 25 at the Gainesville City Council meeting.
8:52PM ( 2 years ago )
LISTEN: Cheers and jeers echo through crowded town hall meeting
Ninth District U.S. Representative Doug Collins packed the house Wednesday evening; in fact, house security had to turn away approximately 80 attendees because every seat was taken.
9:55PM ( 2 years ago )
Dawsonville Highway grocery store, Enota Drive townhouse complex get Planning Board approval
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board gave unanimous endorsement Tuesday evening to a pair of rezoning requests, demonstrating again that strong growth is permeating Hall County’s largest municipality.
9:23PM ( 2 years ago )
Gainesville School Board weighing millage rate; will decide August 21
Three suggested school millage rates were presented to the Gainesville City Board of Education Monday evening. Board members were asked to consider the recommendations in light of the financial data also provided and to be ready for the August 21st work session
9:43PM ( 2 years ago )
Georgia tax collections up 7.1% in July
Governor Nathan Deal today announced that Georgia’s net tax collections for July totaled nearly $1.72 billion, for an increase of $113.4 million, or 7.1 percent, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled roughly $1.61 billion.
10:14AM ( 2 years ago )
Advocacy group calls for renewed focus on keeping Lake Lanier level up
The Lake Lanier Association has released a letter urging the Georgia Environmental Protection Division and the Corps of Engineers to extend maximum efforts to restore and keep Lake Lanier at full pool level.
11:20AM ( 2 years ago )