Month: October 2017

Athens-Clarke County Wants Your Ideas

Do you want a say in what Athens will look like in ten years? Now is your chance. Athens-Clarke County is putting together their ten-year comprehensive plan, and they want your opinion. You can fill out this online questionnaire and share your thoughts on what issues are most important to you, your hopes and fears…

Special Election Voting Locations

Early voting begins October 17, 2017, in Clarke County. The only place to early vote is the Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections. Voters must bring valid photo identification. Early voting must take place during these times: Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections 155 S. Washington St. Athens, GA Monday, October 16 – Friday, October 27 8:00…

High School Football Update

Catch up with all the local high school football games that are scheduled to play out under the Friday Night Lights with sports reporter Allie Bailey. Athens Academy (6-0) vs. Providence Christian Academy (1-5) at 7:30 p.m at Providence.  Clarke Central High School (5-2) vs. Johnson High School (0-7) at 7:30 p.m. at CCHS. Oconee…

Students from the Advanced Photojournalism course headed to the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia, for the fourth annual photojournalism workshop on Saturday, October 7, 2017. The class spent 16 hours on the fairgrounds working to show what the fair means to the people of Georgia.

A University of Georgia Student has been charged with murder after running his car through a Taco Bell in Swainsboro, Georgia, killing one person inside and injuring four more. Freshman Biology major Oliver Cope is charged with felony murder, four counts of aggregated assault and damage to property in the first degree. Swainsboro Police said…

Harrison High School quarterback Justin Fields says in his commitment video “I’m staying home, go dawgs baby.” Fields is the No. One pick as a high school quarterback in the nation, getting offers from more then sixty other schools. Fields decided to announce his hard commitment to the University of Georgia through a two and…