Search for "Georgia" - Good News Network
Home Search

Georgia - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search

Loggerhead Sea Turtles Set Another Nesting Record in Georgia

What a difference a decade of conservation can make. In 2004, the number of loggerhead sea turtle nests on Georgia’s barrier island beaches, a prime...
Act In Kindness project Tillamook Or

Georgia’s Official Pay it Forward Day Engages Students in Random Acts of Kindness

Wednesday was Georgia’s Random Acts of Kindness Day declared by Gov. Nathan Deal. And a middle school teacher wanted to instill in her students...
Olive oil in bottle -GNU license

Georgia Farmers Set Out to Bring Back Homegrown Olive Oil to the US

Georgia may be best known for peaches and peanuts. But olives were once a homegrown commodity along the state’s 100-mile coast. They were introduced...

Yoga with Beluga Whales at Georgia Aquarium (Video)

The goal of yoga is to achieve inner peace and one yoga class is lifted to higher levels because beluga whales preside over the...

Russian Troops Start Dismantling Their Posts in Georgia

Russian troops began dismantling positions Sunday in the so-called security zones inside Georgia they have occupied since August's brief but intense war, a Georgian...

Georgia Superintendent Proves She is Smarter Than a 5th Grader, Donates $1M Prize to Schools

Georgia Superintendent of Schools Kathy Cox  proved she is smarter than a 5th grader by winning $1 million for her school system on the...

US Supreme Court Stays Execution of Georgia Death Row Inmate

Vigils around the state of Georgia were cancelled and replaced by celebrations as the US Supreme Court granted a last-minute stay of execution to...

UN Agencies Continue to Rush Aid to Georgia

The United Nations is continuing to send much-needed assistance to the Georgian city of Gori, most of whose population has fled since the start...

Dealing With Drought, Georgians Get Creative

Amidst the worst drought in one hundred years, Georgians are learning the importance of conservation and finding innovative ways to reuse water. (CS Monitor)...

Pizza Chain is Fixing Streets and Filling Potholes Across America

As a means of keeping their pies safe on the road, this pizza chain is paving over road cracks and potholes across the US.

This Update From Unlikely Friendship in 2016 is a Sweet Reminder that Good Things Last

LISTEN to this Good News Guru story, which was broadcast on the radio June 8th with Ellen K and Geri on KOST-103.5. (Subscribe to our new podcast...

Striking Photo Shows Baseball Fan Standing in the Rain to Hold Umbrella Over JROTC Member

This act of kindness last week on Memorial Day is still sparking appreciation and awe in the hearts of social media users. The Atlanta Braves...

Boy Stops Traffic So He Can Help Elderly Stranger Climb a Set of Stairs

The 8-year-old was sad to see that the senior was alone – so he asked his mom if he could get out of the car to help.

Good News in History, May 26

20 years ago today, Australia held its first “National Sorry Day” with reconciliation events nationwide attended by over a million people. They gathered to honor...

Drinking Baking Soda Could Be Cheap, Safe Way to Combat Autoimmune Disease, Says Scientists

A daily dose of baking soda may help reduce the destructive inflammation of autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, scientists say. They have some of the...

World’s First Soccer Pitch at a Subway Stop Brings Joyful Exercise to Underserved People

Since the free soccer field is on top of the station, it makes the sport more accessible to low-income residents who can't afford to drive a car or pay field fees.

DNA Test Finds Long-Lost Brother at His Own College – And They’re Blown Away by Another Discovery

An incredible story about how a DNA test resulted in not only meeting a long-lost brother attending the same college, but learning they have royalty in their blood.

An Air Force Investigator Browsing the Internet Ended Up Saving an Airman’s Life

This Air Force rookie had simply been browsing through posts on the Air Force Reddit page when he noticed a concerning question from another user.

Device That Translates ‘Silent Speech’ Could Revolutionize the Way People Communicate

MIT researchers have developed a computer interface that can transcribe words that the user verbalizes internally but does not actually speak aloud.

NASA Engineer Saves Passenger Jet From Disaster When He Spots Malfunction From Window Seat

This commercial flight could have gone much worse if it had not been for an attentive NASA engineer who loves window seats on planes.