Public’s help needed in reporting wintering monarchs

Release: Now we need your help again. Last winter, volunteers from across the Southeast and Gulf states provided more than 5,800 observations of monarch butterflies. This winter, the partnership of universities, agencies and other organizations…

Georgia Trust awards $10,000 to two historic Georgia…

Release: The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation announced the recipients of its Callahan Incentive Grant, a matching grant given to nonprofit or government organizations undertaking the rehabilitation of a historic building or site in Georgia.…

Former UGA athletes honored with Arch Award for…

Release: Piedmont Bank and the University of Georgia Athletic Association partner to honor former student-athletes with the Piedmont Bank's Arch Award. Honorees of the award have become successful business leaders applying the lessons learned at…

UGA: No COVID mandates for Sanford Stadium

According to the AJC, a school representative stated Tuesday that UGA plans to be back to full capacity football crowds in Sanford Stadium this fall. As of now, there will be no social-distancing or mask…

Valdosta Councilwoman earns Certificate of Distinction

Release: Valdosta Councilmember, Vivian Miller Cody received the prestigious Certificate of Distinction from the Harold F. Holtz Municipal Training Institute during the Georgia Municipal Association’s (GMA) Annual Convention in Savannah on Aug. 9. The Harold…

Photography association moving headquarters to UGA

Athens Banner-Herald: ATHENS -- The National Press Photographers Association will relocate its headquarters to the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication starting in early 2015. NPPA is the voice of visual…

Gurley to Miss Two More Games

[caption id="attachment_17160" align="alignleft" width="630"] Brant Sanderlin, AJC[/caption] ATHENS -- The University of Georgia football team will continue to have to "make do" with Nick Chubb at tailback.  Todd Gurley will miss 2 more games. That…

Blueberry Crops Threatened By Tiny Pests

[caption id="attachment_2722" align="alignleft" width="300"] shutterstock.com[/caption] This year's blueberry crop, Georgia's largest fruit crop, is being threatened by small but destructive flies. The spotted wing drosophila, a fly that originated in Japan, can penetrate and lay…