The University of Georgia's Career Center sponsors today's Teacher-Administration Recruitment Day. Representatives from several school systems are at the Classic Center from 10 this morning til 1 this afternoon.
University of Georgia President Michael Adams holds another of his Open Mic with Mike sessions today: it's set for 4 o'clock this afternoon in the lobby at Myers Hall. Dr. Adams will field questions from University students.
Clarke County high school students are out of class early today: 1:30 dismissals today, tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday, allowing for parent-teacher conferences at Clarke Central and Cedar Shoals High Schools.
Oconee County Commissioners meet, 7 o'clock tonight at the Oconee County Courthouse in Watkinsville: Commissioners will talk about economic development issues, wastewater capacity fees, and road resurfacing projects.
The Chancellor of the University System of Georgia paid a morning visit to the University of Georgia: Chancellor Erroll Davis said tuition increases are--in his words--a good bet Davis says state budget cuts are coming perilously close to adversely impacting the quality of education in Georgia's public colleges and universities.
University System Chancellor Erroll Davis is at UGa today: the Chancellor meets with University President Michael Adams and holds a mid-morning press conference in the Georgia Center.
A ribbon cutting ceremony is set for 8:30 this morning at Clarke Middle School: CMS teachers Cheryl Hinson and Michelle Rabold are using money from a Global Youth Service grant to turn an abandoned school courtyard into a classroom.
The University of Georgia's Institute for Native American Studies hosts the Conference on Southeastern Indians that begins today at UGa. The conference continues through Saturday in the Visual Arts Building on Jackson Street.
What is billed as the largest student-run fundraiser on the University of Georgia campus is set for this weekend: the annual Dance Marathon raises money for Children's Health Care of Atlanta. It starts at 10 o'clock Saturday morning and continues through 10 o'clock Sunday morning, this year in the Grand ...
The Clarke County Republican Committee is hosting two property tax workshops at local GOP headquarters on North Milledge Avenue. The first starts at 10:30 tomorrow morning, the second at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon, both conducted by Athens attorney Regina Quick.
Athens-Clarke County Commissioners meet in a 7 o'clock agenda setting session at City Hall. Up for discussion at this evening's meeting: funding for the Clarke County Jail, and Mayor Heidi Davison's proposal for dealing with feral cats in Athens.
State Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond will be back in his hometown this evening: the Athens native is being roasted by the Clarke County Democratic Committee. Festivities start at 6:30 in the Classic Center.
A judge's ruling clears the way for the Morris Publishing Group to leave Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Morris publishes the Athens Banner-Herald and other newspapers around the state, including papers in Augusta and Savannah.
The Athens-Clarke County Literacy Council is accepting applications for scholarships for students in financial need. The scholarships will pay up to $75 of the $95 fee for taking the GED exam. Applications can be made at the Literacy Council's website.
Georgia lawmakers will honor Chance Veazey today at the state Capitol: the University of Georgia freshman from Tifton was injured in a scooter accident last October, shortly after winning a starting spot on the Bulldog baseball team.
Members of the Oconee Rivers Greenway Association have their annual sit-down session with Athens-Clarke County Commissioners today: it will start at noon and last til 2 in the Government Building on Dougherty Street.
A public forum on plans for the final phase of the Five Points Stormwater Improvement Project takes place this afternoon: it starts at 5:30 and lasts til 7:30 at EarthFare on south Lumpkin Street in Five Points.
A University of Georgia Student Government Association town hall meeting is set for 7 o'clock tonight: it takes place in the University's Tate Reception Hall. It will feature SGA representatives who will field questions from UGa students.
Jordan, Jones, and Goulding, the firm that is overseeing major SPLOST-funded infrastructure projects in Athens-Clarke County, has been purchased by the Pasadena California-based Jacobs Engineering Group. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Following is a press release from Jacobs: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE:JEC) announced today that ...
A special called meeting of the Athens-Clarke County Historic Preservation Commission is set for 6:30 this evening in the Government Building on Dougherty Street. It's a public meeting to talk about plans for the Milledge Avenue historic district.