Athens, GA – The Columbus River Dragons and The Classic Center are excited to bring minor league hockey to Athens. The Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL) will play two neutral site games at the Akins Ford Arena at The Classic Center in Athens, GA. The Columbus River Dragons will take on…
Oconee County High School alumna Erin Nobles and her husband, David, are advocating for the passage state legislation named after their daughter, Gracie Joy.
After receiving a grant of $500 from the High Shoals Elementary PTO, art teacher Charley Clinkenbeard and his students built a Christmas display for the Board of Education office.
Oconee resident Jessica Ewen has connections. In October, she attended the New York City premier for the family comedy “Playing with Fire,” starring wrestler-turned-actor Jon Cena.
Athens Academy’s robotics teams have hosted annual robotics competitions at their school, but during a recent school-wide assembly, the Upper School’s robotics teams demonstrated the amazing things they can do with modern engineering to their Lower School peers.
(Greensboro, Ga. --- December 01, 2019) Start off your holiday season by making memories in Downtown Greensboro at the annual Lighting of the Tree event on December 6, 2019, from 6-8 p.m. Gather on the Courthouse Lawn for performances from local organizations and to help Mayor Wright light …
ATHENS, Ga. – Athens Wine Weekend is returning to The Classic Center January 31 – February 2, 2020. Tickets to this eclectic event go on sale Friday, December 6 at 10 a.m. The event is a benefit for The Classic Center Cultural Foundation, which provides resources to entertain and educate t…
At the Nov. 20 Watkinsville City Council meeting, the only public support for Extra Special People’s Miracle League Complex, a proposed recreational area tailored to children with disabilities, came from within the council.
The city of Watkinsville last Wednesday banned the sale of most flavored vaping products, as well as the sale of all vaping items to anyone under the age of 18.
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Cars, trucks and motorcycles of all makes and models were on display last Saturday at North Oconee High School’s inaugural “Crops, Car and Tractor Show,” which raised money for county FFA groups.
Ten years after Dr. Eric Gordon graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, he is back in the area treating patients as an orthopedic surgeon.