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This college town is home to the University of Georgia located on the banks of the Oconee River. The first class graduated in 1804 and the city was incorporated in 1806. Apart from the University, cotton mills fueled the cities early economy and by the turn of the century, it was thriving southern city. Athens also a thriving music scene and is home to The Globe, voted third best bar in America in 2007. Notable natives include Kim Basinger and NFL Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton.
Local Newspapers: Athens Banner-Herald The Red & Black
Local Sports Teams: Georgia Bulldogs
Local Colleges: University of Georgia
Zip Codes associated with athens, georgia:
30565 30601 30602 30605 30606 30607 30630 30646 30683
Towns/Cities near athens, georgia : Bogart Watkinsville Winterville Colbert Statham Arnoldsville Hull
Dancers bring a vibrant history to life at Morton Theatre
Dancers perform during the 30 Years of Dance in the Athens Community show by the East Athens Educational Dance Center, Thursday, February 23, 2017. Shows will be going on Friday- Sunday.Female thieves steal Victoria Secret perfume at Georgia Square
Athens-Clarke police have a surveillance video to use in an effort to identify two women who stole $555 worth of perfume Wednesday at the Victoria Secret store at Georgia Square mall in Athens.Modified campus gun bill back on Georgia legislature committee agenda Monday
Students, staff, faculty members and other protestors chant near the Arch during a protest in opposition to the Campus Carry Bill on Wednesday, March 16, 2016, in Athens, Ga. The state House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee this week delayed voting on a controversial bill that would allow people to carry guns on college campuses.Proposed - education savings account' will be costly for taxpayers...
Students hold up their pencils during a drawing session with illustrator Michael P. White, author of The Library Dragon, at Cleveland Road Elementary School in Athens, Ga., Wednesday, August 31, 2016. Georgia taxpayers could soon be funding private schools to the tune of nearly $1 billion a year or more, disproportionately benefiting well-off families in urban areas.Suspicious car at Athens condo leads to cocaine seizure
An Athens-Clarke police officer found a man with cocaine shortly before midnight Tuesday after responding to a report of a suspicious car parked inside the Whistleberry Condo complex on North Avenue. The officer encountered Morris Benjamin Bullock, 44, of Spratlin Mill Road, Hull, inside a BMW and Bullock explained he pulled over to read e-mails, according to the report.Chestnut trees will be part of Sandy Creek forest project
Mike Wharton, Operations Manager for Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services, poses for a portrait where a prairie is being created at Sandy Creek Nature Center in Athens, Ga., Tuesday, February 14, 2017. The center is harvesting trees to create a prairie that, in theory, will allow for more biodiversity throughout the area.Three-day mineral, gem and fossil show coming to Athens in March
Watkinsville resident and author Gail Karwoski works on a piece of jewelry at a previous rock show where her husband Chester Karwoski had his collection on display. Contributed photo A three-day show featuring gems, minerals, jewelry and fossils is coming to the Classic Center in Athens the weekend of March 3-5.'Atmospheric Rivers' Associated with California Flooding Also Common in the Southeast
Students and teachers from five Oconee County high schools gathered Feb. 16 for a breakfast honoring their selections as Star students and teachers at their schools. From left to right, are Jimmy Phillips, Chase Deatrick, Emma Stephens, Abigail Snyder, Scott Thompson, Zida Wang, Kunho Kim, Jacob Forrester, Kevin Yin and Richard Patterson.We're losing our thinking abilities, says Clarke Teacher of Year
Dana Siegmund of Classic City High School speaks to Rotarians after being announced as the Clarke County School District Teacher of the Year during a Rotary meeting in Athens, Ga., Wednesday, February 22, 2017. The most important thing teachers do is teach critical thinking, but Americans seem to be losing that ability, said Clarke County's Teacher of the Year on Wednesday.Now playing at movie theaters in the Athens area
This image released by Magnolia Pictures shows James Baldwin, center, in "I Am Not Your Negro." A Cure For Wellness: Echoes of Cronenberg, Gilliam, Jeunet and Scorsese may be found in this large-scale thriller from director Gore Verbinski concerning a young business exec who travels to a bizarre medical clinic in the Swiss Alps to investigate the whereabouts of the company's CEO.Online magazine names Athens bar The Globe a top college bar in America
There are many bars in Athens, but just one was chosen by delish.com as one of the 51 Best College Bars In America. The Globe, the downtown bar on Lumpkin Street, nabbed the honor from the online food and drink magazine.Athens man assaults mother with pork chop, head-butts her, police say
An Athens man this week was arrested for an assault on his mother in which he reportedly threw a pork chop at her and then head-butted the woman, according to an Athens-Clarke County police report. Terry Bernard Ball Jr., 29 was eating the pork chop at his home on Simmons Street at about 7:30 p.m. Monday when he became angry at his mother because she hadn't gotten cigarettes for him, the 60-year-old woman told police.Photos: Worn Wear tour comes to Athens
Lillie Russell reacts as she repairs a jacket during the Patagonia Worn Wear tour's visit to the University of Georgia's Tate Plaza in Athens, Ga., Tuesday, February 21, 2017. "I've been wanting this jacket so long," said Russell "it's great they aren't just throwing these jackets out."Danish gymnasts spread a healthy message at two Clarke schools
Kindergartners from Fowler Drive Elementary School exercise with members of the National Danish Performance Team in Athens, Ga., Tuesday, February 21, 2017. The troupe is on a world tour to try to get kids and adults excited about exercising.UGA historian James Cobb, novelist Eugenia Price, poets Alfred Corn...
Historian James Cobb of Athens will be among four inductees into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame this year, along with two poets and the late Eugenia Price, who wrote historical novels based on Georgia coastal islands history. Cobb, Price and poets Alfred Corn and Kevin Young will be inducted into the Hall of Fame during a November ceremony, according to an announcement from the University of Georgia Libraries, which established the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame in 2000.5 Things to do in Athens this weekend
To see a dance performance this weekend, check out the University of Georgia CORE Concert Contemporary and Aerial Dance Company. The dancers will perform "A World of Difference," during which they will use silks, slings and trapeze skills.
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