This week on Athens News Matters, members of the Athens Neighborhood Health Center to discuss what separates the center from other medical practices, difficulties patients may face when it comes to healthcare and the services the clinic provides.
CEO Marcus Garner, Dr. Stalina Gowdie, Jennifer Richardson, and Director of Marketing and Outreach from the Athens Neighborhood Health Center to discuss what separates the center from other medical practices, difficulties patients may face when it comes to healthcare and the services the clinic provides.
This week on Athens News Matters, from new parks to new buildings, the SPLOST 2020 committee has a lot of proposals to consider. Panelists discuss the latest updates from the committee, including some decisions they have already made, they also weigh in on Stacey Abrams rebuttal on the State of the Union address, and some good news regarding a summer lunch program for impoverished students in Athens. All this and more on the next Athens News Matters.
On this edition of Athens News Matters, we’re joined by Mark Bailey and Jenna Vaisvil from the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. They discuss its mission, history and upcoming events; as well as the need in Athens and how you can help.
This week on Athens News Matters, panelists discuss an unplanned meeting over Athens' historic district causing things to heat up between the new Commissioners, a UGA Teaching Assistant comes under fire after making comments on his Facebook that some people are calling racist, an unexpected resignation from a Clarke County Board of Education member leaving an open position in the board, and the Athens Housing Authority announcing plans to end a summer lunch program, leaving many parents unsure how they will feed their children during the break.
There's a new police chief in the Classic City, and this week on Athens News Matters, guests discuss everything we know about Chief Cleveland Spruill, Sr.
From renovated parks, to city offices and a new judicial building, the debate over SPLOST 2020 is in full force. Guests discuss just some of the needs around Athens and how funds from SPLOST could help; and panelists weigh in on whether or not Athens should join the ranks of cities who are decriminalizing marijuana use.