Tuesday February 18th, 2020 1:21PM

Marc Eggers

Anchor / Reporter
Marc Eggers
One Gainesville Council race features two political newcomers
Three seats on city council will be on Tuesday's ballot; only one features competition.
5:00AM ( 3 months ago )
Dorms? Sports teams? Student med-center? UNG leader talks future
University of North Georgia Gainesville Campus Vice President Dr. Richard Oates addressed members of the South Hall Business Coalition Tuesday about the current status and future considerations of the growing multi-campus school.
2:21PM ( 3 months ago )
Longtime Gainesville City Council member says he plans to run for mayor
Gainesville City Councilman George Wangemann says he plans to seek the job as Gainesville’s mayor when his current term ends in just over two years.
11:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Flowery Branch council approves water sewer rate hike; lingers over approving Summit Lake designs
Unanimous approval was given Thursday evening by the Flowery Branch City Council to a resolution increasing water sewer rates by five percent beginning Friday, October 18th.
10:10PM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville fills vacant Public Relations Manager job
Gainesville City Manager Bryan Lackey announced at Thursday’s city council meeting the hiring of a new Public Relations Manager for the city.
8:02PM ( 4 months ago )
Hall School Board picks new middle school construction manager, now awaits March referendum results
Members of the Hall County Board of Education got their first real look at preliminary building plans for the proposed Cherokee Bluff Middle School at their work session Monday evening.
9:04PM ( 4 months ago )
Gainesville City Manager feels good about city's financial position
The economic gurus point in opposite directions, the social pundits can’t find common ground, and the politicos in Washington appear set against ever agreeing about anything, yet one subject touches everyone, and in the words of James Carvel, campaign strategist for Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential run, “It’s the economy, stupid.”
12:04PM ( 4 months ago )
Hall County ready to okay funds for Murrayville Park tennis courts
The site has been prepped and now the bidder has been chosen. Tennis is about to become a part of the Murrayville lifestyle.
6:36PM ( 4 months ago )
New water fees for some Gainesville customers coming November 1
The City of Gainesville is changing fees charged to customers for water that those customers hope never gets used.
10:00AM ( 4 months ago )
Flowery Branch Council deals with water costs, quarry expansion and unexciting house elevations
Water and sewer rates could rise five-percent for customers of the Flowery Branch water system if the city council approves a resolution discussed at its work session Thursday evening.
11:17PM ( 4 months ago )