Georgia

Georgia voters likely to face casino ballot referendum in November 2020

Georgia is one of the few states in the US that doesn’t have tribal or commercial casinos, but that could change soon as voters could decide in favor of lifting of the state’s long prohibition on nearly all sorts of gambling in November this year.

Earlier this week, members of the Georgia... read more

An extinct marine reptile that looked very much like a dinosaur having mouthful of sharp teeth has since long baffled scientists. Now in a study researchers have finally found an answer to how this unique creature flew underwater.  According to study researchers, the extinct marine reptile was one of many kinds of plesiosaur, predatory reptiles that stalked the seas during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, while their cousins the dinosaurs ruled on land.  Scientists have always been trying to know how th

An extinct marine reptile that looked very much like a dinosaur having mouthful of sharp teeth has since long baffled scientists. Now in a study researchers have finally found an answer to how this unique creature flew underwater.

According to study researchers, the extinct marine reptile... read more

Georgia Aquarium’s beloved 21-year-old beluga whale named Maris dies suddenly

On Thursday, Georgia Aquarium announced that their beloved 21-year-old beluga whale known as Maris has suddenly died. Maris was among the three belugas at the Aquarium. In a statement, Mike Leven, Aquarium's chairman and chief executive officer, said Maris was among Georgia Aquarium's first... read more

Annual Relay for Life event to begin at University of North Georgia’s Gainesville campus on May 15

The Annual Relay for Life event will begin at 7 pm on May 15 at the University of North Georgia's Gainesville campus. As per tradition, the Survivor Walk kicks off the night's festivities.

Celebrating, remembering and fighting back are the cornerstones of Relay for Life. Therefore, the... read more

Georgia Regents University celebrates ‘Give Kids a Smile Day’

Georgia Regents University celebrated 'Give Kids a Smile Day' on Friday. Students of the university's College of Dental Medicine met the pupils and hundreds of smiles were given special attention at the event.

The third floor of the building was full of activities. Most of the cubicles... read more

Parents advised to talk to their teenage children about safe driving habits

With the annual National Teen Driver Safety Week having kecked off on October 19 - and to run through October 25 -, several organizations like the Dori Slosberg foundation are highlighting the fact that parents play a critical role in ensuring safety-conscious driving habits are developed in... read more

Diem Brown Diagnosed with Colon Cancer

Diem Brown, 32, reality show star, is battling with colon cancer. It is for the third time she has been fighting with cancer. In the past, Brown was diagnosed with ovarian cancer twice.

"It's been a dark couple of days but the outpouring of support has been tremendous. It's truly what... read more

Georgia Aquarium Seeking to Bring 18 whales for Public Display

The Georgia Aquarium, which is considered to be a top tourist destination and best aquarium in North America, submitted the application for an MMPA permit on June 15, 2012. It is home to one hundred thousand exotic fish and marine life swimming in 10 million gallons of water. The application... read more