New plans filed with the ACC Planning Commission show The Varsity location on Broad Street is set to be demolished for a grocery store and apartments.
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University of Georgia students living on campus have limited options when it comes to shopping for food. For those who choose to not have a meal plan, the nearest grocery stores are over a mile away.
Fooks Foods is one of two Asian-centric grocery stores in Athens. It’s been a town staple since it opened in 2003, especially for international students and residents who can’t rely on chain grocers to stock the products they want.
It’s rare to find Amelia Herb without a pair of hair cutting scissors. The Indiana native has been cutting hair for 19 years and has come up with a make-shift solution to performing her craft during shutdown — cutting hair on clients’ front porches.
The Red & Black compiled a list of six Hispanic/Latinx businesses in Athens to check out during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Local business owner Katharine Hable moved to Athens three years ago after spending 25 years in New York. She was accustomed to shopping for f…
From not being able to use reusable bags or cups to pausing in-person shopping and delaying sustainability budget allocations, COVID-19 has dr…
The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia has seen a 25% increase in demand since COVID-19 began to influence daily life.