A new development means the first thing you'll see coming into downtown are a parking lot and a retaining wall. Plus, Tim and Nancy tackle downtown and Prince Avenue.
The ADDA goes to South Carolina and learns that, unlike Athens, Greenville has a shared vision. Plus, more on the Armstrong & Dobbs development.
How Mayor Nancy Denson and other Athens-Clarke County officials scuttled efforts to make Prince Avenue safer.
More student housing downtown. Plus, the Kroger bulldog mystery solved, a new AthFest director, medical marijuana, changes at the ABH and WUGA, bike repairs and an expansion at Clarke Central.
Plus, a recap of the #DensonDebate and updates on local legislation.
Aaron Murray isn't running (though he was honored by the state legislature) but Dustin Kirby and Sharyn Dickerson were last-minute entrants to ACC Commission races.
Meet Tim, Nancy's only challenger for mayor.
The UGA Special Collections Libraries have big plans for the recently acquired Georgia Music Hall of Fame collection.
Tim and Nancy are in for mayor (no, not Gwen), and commission races are set. Plus, Paul Broun oppo research, the Red Barn and Prince Avenue (yes, again).
Plus, Keith Heard's comeback and Mayor Nancy Denson's endorsements.
Thanks to the state legislature, if we want to keep guns out of libraries and other public buildings, it could cost us a bundle.
Updates on new Athens breweries Creature Comforts, Southern Brewing Co. and more.