Stress experienced during childhood could make vaccines less effective for some people, and researchers from the University of Georgia want to find out why.
Empty houses, “no trespassing” signs, and trees marked for destruction give the grounds of Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital in Rome a forlorn air. The once-bustling institution is silent except for bird calls and the distant sound of traffic.
It’s an all-too-common sight: banana peels, coffee grounds and other organic waste going straight into the trash bin in offices across the University of Georgia campus.
Hours before the polls close, some voters are already planning how and where they’ll watch the returns tonight. Others say they’re going to shun the whole spectacle.
The geography-geology building at the University of Georgia is home to a student-run garden full of grass, vegetables, and green space.
A group of UGA students spent a recent weekend planning new developments in Winterville, a small, rural city in eastern Clarke County, where they worked with the public to identify environmental design problems in the community and find solutions.
This itinerary is perfect for parents who want to keep their children entertained, make learning fun, and make the most out of their time in Prague.
A look at a controversial aspect of Prague’s art scene: graffiti. I talked to two graffiti artists whose work can be found on legal walls throughout the city.
A young girl asked her friends and family to bring her donations for local animal shelters on her birthday.
The Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center (NACC) is partnering with Fuzion Ink to host its Tats for Tails fundraiser and mini block party in the Norfolk Arts District.
Hampton Roads residents who want to catch a glimpse of the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in 99 years now have a chance to see it at local libraries on August 21.
Nine NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) members visited Holland Elementary School to teach students about different cultures.
A three-month-old kitten stowed himself away in his owners’ car before they left for a trip to the Outer Banks.
A Princess Anne High School senior won a $20,000 scholarship on Monday after proving he has what it takes to manage his finances.