The small Ohio chain is bringing its popular BLT pizza and more to East State Street.
Up to $200 a month for food expenses is available to students.
The change will allow establishments to remain open for longer hours.
After struggling through COVID-19, Firdous Express finds its place in Athens.
The federal minimum wage has not changed in 12 years.
Stores like Little Professor Book Center and the College Book Store are learning how to operate during a largely virtual semester.
COVID-19 forced the restaurant to stay unopened until about four weeks ago.
Anything you can imagine putting on fries, FRY’D probably has.
Owner Bob Satmary is eager to open up to the public again.
After facing a tough year due to COVID-19 guidelines, some local businesses are still adjusting their return policies.
Here’s a look at how several Athens businesses are preparing to handle the influx of students set to return to campus in the Spring.
Stirling Ultracold has developed freezers that could hold a possible vaccine for COVID-19.
Local businesses are looking positively toward Spring Semester and the influx of students it will bring to campus.
The curfew will last 21 days.
The business is now serving its teas, smoothies, acai bowls and more to Court Street consumers.