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Category: Athens-Clarke County
It is not uncommon for pets to go missing. What’s rare is the effort that is put in to find that missing animal. Reporter Brendon Mitcham has more on the happenings of a missing beagle.
Should more charter schools be allowed in the state of Georgia? Reporter Ashley Hollander says the center of this debate is whether public money will be used for funding charter schools.
The East Athens Community Center is incorporating one more use into their flex field space in an attempt to fight a nationwide problem. Reporter Kyle Taylor talked to the program specialist about how this new initiative came about.
Reporter Tedi Rountree went to the construction site of a new “Park and Ride” located on Oconee Street that will be done by December 31. The “Park and Ride” will provide free parking spaces for Athens residents.
Downtown parking can be a hassle. A new “park and ride” program is coming to Athens. Reporter Naomi Keitt tell us what drivers can look forward to by the end of this semester.
Web Anchor Ryan Williams tells us what’s coming up today at 5:00 on channel 15.
Reporter Rachel Segers tells us how budget cuts in UGA’s school of agriculture will be affecting the entire state of Georgia.
Red mule grits, zuchinni, and fresh watermelon are all part of a campaign that has Clarke County School students eating healthier meals. Reporter Crystal Mitchell tells us how these Georgia grown crops are making nutrition and wellness a number one priority.Parents can download breakfast and lunch menus for elementary, middle, and high school levels at…
Reporter Naomi Keitt educates us on the campaign that hopes to put an end to texting and driving.
Reporter Sarah Edwards tells us why the number of fans being ejected from the stadium during football games has drastically decreased.
Athen’s Mayor Nancy Denson signs a proclamation making today “No Text on Board-Pledge Day.” At the mayor’s office this morning, the general consensus: no text message is important enough to risk your life or anyone else’s. AT&T launched their national “no texting while driving” initiative today.