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The developer of a student housing complex asked for more time to appease concerned neighbors before commissioners rule on rezoning property across Interstate 575 from the KSU campus.
One of the biggest problems in stem cell research may not be a problem at all. Scientists have worried for years that stem cells grown in their labs were made up of many different kinds of cells, making them useless for stem cell therapies, but new research from the University of Georgia suggests they're not different cells, some are just more ... (more)
A University of Colorado-Denver administrator is on paid leave after a local news station reported that she runs a phone sex line during the same hours she's paid by taxpayers on campus.
Ms. Ragland is a graduate of the University of Georgia, and is a member of multiple groups, including the Wesleyan Woods Garden Club and Georgia Daffodil Society.
Georgia students without papers must pay out-of-state tuition and are barred from attending some of the state's top colleges.
Georgia cotton farmers who were kept out of their fields by wet conditions are now waiting for their late-planted crop to mature.
Many Florida Georgia Line fans may not have even realized Brian Kelley had a serious girlfriend, let alone one that he was secretly planning to wed.
By Jean Cleveland Olive Ann Burns, Mary Hood and Alfred Uhry are the newest members of the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, to be inducted in a fall 2014 ceremony on the University of Georgia campus.
Steve Evans, manager of Robins Federal Credit Union’s indirect lending department, has been employed with the company 14 years.
Kaitie Bryant Photography Lindsey Epperly, an independent luxury travel consultant in Columbus and Atlanta, is shown at an Atlanta restaurant called Sun in My Belly.
Robert P. Anderson served in the 10th Armored Division during World War II. He is retired after a career on the faculty of Texas Tech.
By UGA Staff The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Georgia has received a $1 million endowment from The Bernard Osher Foundation.
"Local Wetland Programs: A Guide for Georgia Communities" contains information on wetlands and existing laws, programs and policies.
Over breakfast Friday morning, Bartow County Cooperative Extension Coordinator Paul Pugliese addressed elected officials, natural resource agents and the media during the return of the Bartow Extension Advocates Breakfast.
Former University of Georgia head football coach Vince Dooley will sign autographs at the new Hilton Head Island Kroger at Shelter Cove from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.