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.
There’s something different about the geography-geology building roof. Instead of the usual flat, gray roof, the geography-geology building is 2,200 square feet of grass, vegetables and green space. Topped with…
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.
While the Affordable Care Act has brought down the number of uninsured adults in the United States, huge gaps persist in how much access to care people really have.
A student, a graduate assistant, a therapist and a leader: Elizabeth Louis wears many hats in the UGA and Athens communities.
The money can be very good; the hassles mostly minor, and the hours totally flexible, say some of the boomers driving locally for the ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft.