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IF YOU GO What: Trail Blazing for Hope Horse Ride When: June 1, registration at 8 a.m., ride begins at 10 a.m. Where: Frady Branch Trail Head in Toccoa Info: Obtain a pledge form in advance to solicit pledges per mile or ride for a minimum donation of $25. More: To register for the horse trail ride or for more about Hope Haven, call 340-2712 or ... (more) Comment?
The Athens-Clarke County Department of Leisure Services will offer swim lessons for ages 3 and older at the Bishop Park and Lay Park pools beginning May 28. Comment?
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society recently announced that Dr. Robert and Leslie Sinyard of Athens will serve as chairpersons for the Georgia Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's annual Light The Night Walk to be held in Athens on Oct. Comment?
A 45-year-old Athens woman reported to Athens-Clarke police Saturday that sometime between Friday evening about 7:30 p.m. and Saturday morning at 8:45 a.m., someone entered her home, according to a report. Comment?
Police responded to a call Saturday from a 21-year-old Athens man who reported that three video games were taken during a party he and his roommates had Friday night, according to a report. Comment?
Athenian John Padgett is the new chairman of the Georgia Republican Party. Padgett defeated two others vying for the spot at the party's convention at the Classic Center this weekend. Comment?
Graduates include Athens-Clarke County Manager Alan Reddish, Mayor Nancy Denson, and Athens-Clarke County Affordable Housing Specialist Carl Britton. Comment?
Express Employment Professionals' Athens office will join locations across North America in food drive for local food bank that runs through June 8. The company's "Brand It Blue Day" will culminate the food drive as volunteers gather June 8 to take the donated food to the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia and volunteer there. Comment?
Though he failed to win nomination as chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, BJ Van Gundy will leave Athens as an honorary junior police officer due to his help in keeping at bay a Duluth man allegedly high on LSD and creating a disturbance in a downtown hotel. Comment?
Not only did Grace Byrne survive a traumatic brain injury after being struck by a Jeep on Milledge Avenue in January, she beat the odds and graduated from Clarke Central High School on Saturday with honors. Comment?
Wycliffe Associates recently hosted a banquet at the Holiday Inn in Athens featuring Grace Townsend-Goreth, daughter of Cameron Townsend who founded Wycliffe Bible Translators. Comment?
The drought that withered Athens and much of Georgia for the past couple of years has passed. Comment?
IF YOU GO What: Prince Avenue zoning analysis public meeting Where: UGA Health Science Campus, George Hall When: 7 p.m. Monday AT A GLANCE Commercial-Neighborhood Established is a proposed new zone intended to reinforce existing character along Prince Avenue while supporting future, "context-sensitive" developments. Comment?
A young man was walking to his home in east Athens Wednesday night when he was jumped by a group of teens who punched him in the head and broke his eyeglasses. Comment?
An officer on patrol early Friday noticed the front door of a Ruth Street home was open and upon investigating found that the home had been burglarized, Athens-Clarke police said. Comment?
Dexter Lenor Echols Jr., 23, was arrested Thursday on family violence charges in connection with an altercation the day before with a woman with whom he lived on Baxter Street, Athens-Clarke police said. Comment?
A 19-year-old man who was high on a cocktail of drugs was arrested Thursday after his father complained he was wreaking havoc at him home on Lem Edwards Road, Athens-Clarke police said. Comment?
The 7-foot helium weather balloon launched by Chase Street Elementary School's Engineering Club on Tuesday was recovered in Sparta, a small town in Hancock County. Comment?
The board of the Athens Downtown Development Authority has named two finalists for the authority's executive director post - one of them an Athens resident - to replace the departing Kathryn Lookofsky, according to a Friday ADDA news release. Comment?
The Altamaha Riverkeeper organization will offer a free leisurely paddle suitable for beginners on the Middle Oconee River in Athens at noon Sunday. Comment?