Enrollment and orientation meetings will be held in Columbia County this month for the Clay Pigeon Target Sporting Program, which is open to students in seventh through 12th grades.
Mourning the end of deer season? Here are some ideas for outdoorsmen suffering from the winter doldrums.
MONDAY: The CSRA Fly Fishers will meet at 7 p.m. at the Club House of the River Island Community in Evans. Local angler Ben Moore will talk about his winter guided trips on the Saluda River, below Lake Murray; on the Savannah River; on the Chattooga River; and his summer guiding in western Montana. Visitors are welcome. For more information, go to www.csraflyfishers.org.
With research, it's important to find out which plant will do best in a particular place.
ATHENS, Ga. -- The fallout from last week's Board of Regents decision to sever ties with the University of Georgia Foundation is affecting the university's $500 million capital campaign.
Newcomers to the Augusta area frequently want to know whether a favorite plant from their home state or nation will grow here.
A 78-year-old Aiken man died Tuesday after a farm accident.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Most University of Georgia students are women, but on the faculty, men outnumber women by a 3-1 ratio.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Leslie Marbury stood tall among the dignitaries at a Wednesday ceremony marking a new partnership between the Peace Corps and the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
ATHENS, Ga. - University of Georgia graduate students now can incorporate overseas service with academics to gain experience in the field of agriculture through a partnership between the Peace Corps and the University of Georgia.