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Athens Clarke-County youth between the age of 11-14 can participate in the free program by registering online on the ACC website.
Forty six students traveled to Montgomery and Birmingham, Alabama, last weekend to visit historic civil rights memorial sites and museums, and less than 10 of them had to pay for the trip.
A little less than $3,000 stand between some Cedar Shoals High School students and their first-ever trip outside of Georgia.
Chosen students in each of the two Clarke County High Schools now have the opportunity to participate in a three-year program preparing them f…
A sinkhole opened as a Clarke County School District bus was approaching an intersection in East Athens, causing the bus to tilt on the road b…
Nearly 40 Athens community members and politicians gathered at Ciné Athens on April 20 to hear teens discuss their activism to end gun violence.
Mixed in with the countless freshmen at the University of Georgia traveling from out of state, rural counties and the Atlanta suburbs are the native Athenian high school graduates.
University of Georgia professor John Knox celebrated a victory last month as he captured the Athens-Clarke County Board of Education District Eight seat with 52 percent of the vote, and while his term officially begins in January, he’s already planning for the goals he wants to achieve.
The race for the Athens-Clarke County Board of Education District 8 seat has become a contested, nonpartisan election between a current University of Georgia professor, John Knox, and a former University of Georgia Law Student and local attorney, A. Kamau Hull.