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1 hr ago | Athens Banner-Herald
If you don't think they're serious about sustainability out at the University of Georgia's J. Phil Campbell Sr. Research and Education Center in Oconee County, then you haven't seen the revolutionary, yet old-fashioned, way they're tending their cattle herd.
1 hr ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Economic skies are brightening, both for Morris Communications and the national economy, according to the chairman and CEO of the family-owned media company.
5 hrs ago | The Star
Each year, the Buffer Preserve plays home to a handful of researchers from all over the U.S. who live on-site while conducting research in the area.
6 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -
Food companies spend a lot of time and resources coming up with the perfect plastic packaging to keep their products fresh.
8 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
The Columbus metro area unemployment rate jumped from 8 percent in May to 8.5 percent in June, the Georgia Department of Labor reported Thursday.
9 hrs ago | The Skanner
In a world where talent takes you far, Keith Robinson is ahead of the game. He's a true triple threat -- having already mastered acting and songwriting, he's now positioning himself to take over the music world with a velvety voice.
11 hrs ago | EurekAlert!
When asked who is going to win an election, people tend to predict their own candidate will come out on top.
15 hrs ago | Business Journal
The University of Georgia has the 4th-most expensive ticket of the upcoming season, with a median price of $200, just ten dollars cheaper than the median price for an Ohio State ticket, which tops the list, according to The 2014 College Football Tickets Report by Vivid Seats , a secondary ticket seller.
Bob Westerfield spends his days growing vegetables and watching for problems. As University of Georgia Extension's consumer vegetable horticulturist, he answers questions from backyard gardeners and Extension agents across the state.
The thefts were not reported until Tuesday. a A car was broken into at Oak Hill Apartments on Oak Hill Drive between 8:30 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Tuesday.
The football player wanted for burglary at a University of Georgia dormitory last weekend is reportedly a 5-star recruit with offers from many of the country's top programs.
Kristian Bush, one half of platinum-selling country duo Sugarland, will headline this year's Border Bash in the Augusta Common on Sept.
Mary Beth Zolik has been part of morning radio in Toledo for over 25 years. In the fall of 2005, she was inducted into the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame, along with her now happily retired partner, Jack Mitchell.
Herschel Walker will visit the Lowcountry to share this message with area service members: It's OK to ask for help.
American Idol auditions were held again in Tifton with local singer Precious Melton, 18, taking the win and the honor of being called this year's "Tifton Idol."
Tuesday's superintendent primary runoff elections are likely to see small turnout and predictable results, said University of Georgia political science professor Charles Bullock.
Houses that are built according to FEMA guidelines suffer more property damage during hurricanes than homes built prior to the guidelines, write Carolyn Dehring, professor at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, and Martin Halek, senior lecturer at the University of Wisconsin's School of Business, for the Cato Institute.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 08:10 pm
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