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Dallis Goodnight Transferring to Georgia

Dallis Goodnight is transferring to Georgia, she announced on social media. “I’M COMING HOME,” Goodnight wrote on Instagram on Saturday. A Dacula, Georgia native, Goodnight’s new home in Athens is roughly 35 miles from her home. Goodnight, a true freshman in 2022 at Alabama, was an every...

Man’s body recovered from Lake Knickerbocker in Gainesville

Emergency crews on Saturday recovered the body of a man from Lake Knickerbocker in Gainesville. An autopsy will be conducted to determine if it’s the same man they’ve been searching for since Wednesday. Authorities believe the man may have taken his own life. According to Gainesville Police, the...

Remembering young Covington mom as family grows, looks ahead

It was her beauty that first caught his eye. Hannah Eller and Stephen Vincent were just kids when they first met. His best friend was her cousin and every chance he got, Vincent would go over and hang out with his friend in the hopes of getting to see the pretty young lady. Soon “sparks flew,” he said. They fell in love and in September 2018, the two became Mr. and Mrs. Vincent.
Red and Black

Protestors crowd downtown Athens to demand abortion access, change

Wishah Aamir’s hand, drenched in fake blood, held this sign high above her head. As someone who moved from the Middle East to the United States seeking freedom and more expansive women’s rights, on the day following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion, she said she wonders “where the fuck do they want us to go? … How many times do I have to fight this fight?”

Hundreds rally in Athens to protest Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade

Hundreds filled College Square Saturday as Athenians, local officials and advocates came out in support of abortion rights. On Friday, the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade, a landmark case that upheld the constitutional right to abortion. The watershed moment has led to protests throughout the country, and despite the sweltering heat, Athenians joined in voicing their opposition to the decision. ...

Dallis Goodnight Finds New Home In The SEC

The Alabama Crimson Tide softball team saw six players enter the transfer portal at the conclusion of the 2022 season. Freshman outfielder Dallis Goodnight has announced on Instagram that she will be transferring to the University of Georgia to continue her softball career. Goodnight, a Dacula, Ga., native continues her...
Henry County Daily Herald

UGA research farms open gates to the public this summer

ATHENS — Athens-area residents familiar with driving past two University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences research farms will soon have the opportunity to go behind the scenes and learn more about CAES’ role in the future of farming. The J. Phil Campbell Sr. Research and...
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ACCPD blotter: Man reports burglary in apartment, church reports missing funds from forged check and more

On June 16 at 1:52 p.m., the Athens-Clarke County Police Department responded to a report of a burglary at 505 Riverbend Parkway, according to a report from ACCPD. According to the report, the man who reported the burglary locked his door at approximately 8:30 a.m. that day and returned from work at 1:30 p.m. to find his door seemingly opened with a tool, which was later confirmed by an officer, and several items missing from his room.

7 Georgia DAs say they will not prosecute 'those who seek, provide or support abortions'

Roe v. Wade’s repeal may result in sweeping legal changes across the U.S., but several of Georgia's district attorneys on Friday took a stand against it. In a statement distributed by Fair and Just Prosecution, 84 elected prosecutors nationwide, including seven in Georgia, said they would not use their offices’ resources to criminalize reproductive health decisions and won't prosecute those who seek, provide or support abortions.

Developers finalize property sale for $400 million development in Forsyth County

152 acres of land have officially been purchased by Green Brick Partners, Inc. for the $400 million Sawnee Village development project(Image by The Providence Group) (Forsyth County, GA) 152 acres of land have officially been purchased by Green Brick Partners, Inc. for the $400 million Sawnee Village development project. The sale of the property closed in early June.
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Large crowd voices frustrations at Abortion Rights Rally in Athens Saturday

ATHENS, Ga. (CBS46) -A large crowd mixed with college students and community members voiced their frustrations to the monumental decision to overturn Roe v. Wade at the Abortion Rights Rally in Athens Saturday afternoon. College students and community members sang, chanted and spoke out. The decision sparked an intense response...

From the Crates: I’ve come full circle

I’ve come full circle.  It will soon be five years since I left the land of country clubs, manicured lawns, mansions and McMansions in the northern suburbs of this city I love so much.   Any day driving around the neighborhood could be an exotic car show featuring special imports, custom rides, and some that cost […] The post From the Crates: I’ve come full circle appeared first on Reporter Newspapers & Atlanta Intown.

Vigil set for David Jackson, Redan athletics icon

A vigil will be held at Redan High School on June 25 at 7 p.m. in honor of David Jackson, who died June 19 at the age of 41. Jackson was well-known in Redan, throughout much of south DeKalb, the baseball community and the Atlanta sports community—due to his role with Redan High School athletics.