If you a citizen in Georgia and meet the voting requirements, you can register to vote online through the Georgia Secretary of State’s website.
The Sautee Nacoochee Center (SNC) is pleased to announce the 2020 Cannon Classical Music Series. This four-concert, online series opens with the Kanzanetti String Quarte on Sunday, Sept. 20.
J. Brant Parramore, MD, a board-certified general surgeon with roots in Georgia, is joining Athens General and Colorectal Surgeons (AGCS), part of St. Mary's Medical Group.
This is a reminder that Second Harvest will be holding a food distribution on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
St. Mary’s Health Care System has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.
Ferst Readers is a publicly funded non-profit organization that promotes the development of early childhood literacy skills in children from birth to age 5, especially those who need the most help with getting access to age-appropriate books for their home.
Georgia B.A.S.S. Nation Kayak Series will host the first ever Bass Anglers Sportsman Society Kayak State Championship ever held in the state of Georgia.
ATHENS, Ga. — St. Mary's Medical Group and Athens General and Colorectal Surgery (AGCS) welcome Kathleen Jeffery, MD, the region's first female board-certified breast surgery specialist.
The Oconee Performing Arts Society and new Artistic Director, Doug LaBrecque, present Broadway Sings for OPAS, an intimate virtual evening of "fun-raising" to support OPAS Educational Arts Programming.
The LifeSource Food Distribution Program will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19, at Putnam Christian Outreach (Industrial Blvd – Eatonton). ORHS will provide pet food and signups for spaying/neutering services. Please continue to wear your masks
Middle Georgia Art Association is seeking artists for its latest exhibit, “Sports,” a judged exhibit open to all Middle Georgia Artists, 18 or older and out of high school. The exhibit will be on display Sept. 18 through Oct. 10. Deadline to enter is Tuesday, Sept. 15, 5 p.m. Prospectus and …
The Greensboro First United Methodist Church is still accepting donations for their upcoming 9th Annual FUMC Garage Sale, to be held Oct. 15-17 at the former Fred’s store on North Main Street in downtown Greensboro.
Monday, Aug. 31, was an exciting day as the Lake Oconee Eye Care Vision Source team officially moved into their new office located at 6061 Lake Oconee Parkway, Greensboro.
Matthew Toth, MD, Fellowship Trained in Sports Medicine at the Andrews Institute, joins OrthoGeorgia and will practice full time in the Milledgeville office, located at 2803 N. Columbia St.
Second Harvest and the Greene County Food Pantry partnered together for a special food distribution held on Aug. 25. All of the food was supplied by the Golden Harvest Food Bank in Augusta.
Charmi Patel, MD, a board-certified Allergy & Immunology specialist, is joining St. Mary’s Medical Group and opening a new practice, St. Mary’s Allergy Specialists, on Sept. 8.
Starring Gillian Jacobs and Jermaine Clement, “I Used to Go Here” is the independent dramedy that you probably have not even heard about.
It’s that time again — students are heading back to school. This year, school looks different for many students choosing to learn online at home. But for those who are heading back to campus, it’s likely they’ll be carrying backpacks. It’s important to understand the effects heavy backpacks …
When George Craig first sought some assistance with a repair to her jet ski several years ago, she probably had no idea that she was setting the stage for a future career endeavor.
The First Presbyterian Church of Greensboro Adora Mills-Powers Scholarship Fund was established to aid college-bound students from Greene Country schools with their tuition costs and other college expenses.
Lake Country’s only full-service marketing firm, Greer Force Marketing (GFM), is pleased to announce the recent hire of Mark Brill, senior content developer.
Second Harvest and the Greene County Food Pantry announce a special food distribution to be held from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Aug. 25, at the former Greensboro Elementary School located at 1441 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Greensboro.
Beginning Friday, Aug. 14, patrons will have a chance to celebrate the grand reopening of Da Corrado Ristorante under its new owner, David Lopez Bartus.
Recently, Miss Georgia, Victoria Hill, visited the youth and staff at Never Too Late, a non-profit residential home for youth and young men in foster care, located in Monticello.
In 2013, after much anticipation, The First United Methodist Church of Greensboro welcomed new Senior Pastor, the Rev. Mike Morgan and his wife Karen to Greensboro.
Ray Saltamacchio, owner and Master Instructor of Saltamacchio's Tang Soo Do Karate School, is proud to announce the Rank Promotions of some of his dedicated students.
Sandy Langan won a round of golf for four and a Reynolds Lake Oconee gift certificate, a $1,420 value, sponsored by Reynolds Lake Oconee, during the Rotary Week 30 raffle.
- Dr. Brant Parramore to join Athens General & Colorectal Surgeons
- Concert for a Cause at The Corry House to feature John Berry
- Second Harvest September food distribution to be held at a2b Fulfillment
- Georgia B.A.S.S. Nation Kayak Series State Championship set for Oct. 24
- St. Mary’s receives 11th Gold-Plus Award for stroke care
- Dr. Kathleen Jeffery joining St. Mary's as region's first dedicated female breast surgeon
- Sautee Nacoochee Center announces 2020 Cannon Classical Music Series
- ON THE SCREEN: Emmy Predictions 2020
- ATLAS Bookwork program features Kibby the Space Dog
- PATHWAYS TO HEALING: Healthy nuts
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