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- Augusta celebrates artThe 39th annual Arts in the Heart of Augusta festival will take place next weekend, Sept. 20-22, at the Augusta Common and along Broad Street from 7th to 10th streets. This popular festival will feature more than 150 juried local and national artists and artisans, who will offer a variety of creations, from paintings to jewelry, woodworking to […]
- Curiosity Lab opensCuriosity Lab, a co-working space and autonomous vehicle test track raised the green flag last week in a ribbon cutting ceremony in Peachtree Corners. The lab is the first intelligent mobility living laboratory designed specifically for companies seeking a real-world setting to prove out Internet of Things (IoT) applications and technologies. “Companies that are paving […]
- New offerings at UNGStudents attending the University of North Georgia (UNG) now have new opportunities for bachelor’s degrees and certificates in growing and high-demand career disciplines. After a decade in the planning, the bachelor’s degree in East Asian Studies kicked off this spring, offering a concentration in either Chinese, Japanese or Korean culture. Focusing on East Asia and […]