Georgia wine growers say this year might not be their best vintage. The heavy rain Georgia has seen this summer isn't ruining this year's harvest. But it will delay grape processing and possibly dilute sugars and flavors that make the best wines.
The United States Postal Service has identified 258 post offices in rural Georgia that would be open for two, four or six hours per day instead of the current eight hours. It’s a plan to cut costs and backs away from a proposal to close the offices altogether.
A meeting to discuss the possible move of the postal facility on Olympic Drive is scheduled for Wednesday at Hilsman Middle School. U.S. Postal Service officials say moving the Athens facility to Duluth would save money.