53 min ago | Athens Banner-Herald
With less than a month before a draft of the downtown master plan is scheduled to make its way through local governing boards, its chief continued making rounds this week to community groups.
5 hrs ago | The Island Packet
Every so often Cracker -- the California troupe best known for '90s alt-rock hits "Low" and "Euro-Trash Girl" -- gets something of a renaissance.
5 hrs ago | Science
Last week, the National Science Foundation named its first Innovation in Graduate Education Challenge awardees.
7 hrs ago | Criminal Report Daily
The realm of the fad is essentially unknowable. History is littered with random enthusiasms that sweep the culture, flare for a few months or years, then recede into the Ocean of Weird and Terrible Ideas.
8 hrs ago | The Times
10 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Nearly six years after a near-fatal knife attack, Gale was sworn in again this week as an officer with the Athens-Clarke County Police Department.
12 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Athens resident Chad Rhym, a junior at Clarke Central High School, was chosen by his teacher and fellow students as the "victor" of the 2013 Georgia Journalism Academy, which was held June 9-15 by the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
14 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
The University of Georgia will dedicate the new Rutherford Hall June 27 at 9:30 a.m. on the north side of Myers quadrangle in front of the new residence hall.
The second of four candidates for vice provost for diversity and equity will visit the University of Kansas and host a public forum Thursday, June 20. Robert Pratt, professor of history at the University of Georgia, will make a presentation and take questions from the KU community.
The Athens Downtown Development Authority board's proposed purchase of parking meters that reset themselves after the vehicle pulls out has to be a new low point for the board in adding more cost to the shopper who frequents downtown merchants.
One of these people is Jeffrey Dorfman, who is an economics professor at the University of Georgia and the author of the e-book, "Ending the Era of the Free Lunch."
For more than 100 years, the John H. Lounsbury College of Education at Georgia College has produced educators who make a difference in their field.
L. Mark Risse, the Georgia Power Professor of Water Resource Policy in the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, has been named director of UGA Marine Outreach Programs.
Graduation for the Easton Area High School Class of 2013 was held tonight at Lehigh University 's Stabler Arena in Bethlehem.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. Moore, of Hull, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ashley Moore, to Jonathan Howard Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Arnold, of Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. James Randall Copeland Jr., of Statham, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Suzanne, to Sean Patrick O'Neill, son of Mr. and Mrs. John James O'Neill, of Naperville, Ill.