Community comes out to support local food vendors at monthly Food...
The Food Truck Friday event features a variety of local food vendors.
Chick-fil-A North Augusta to open a new location along Exit 5
Chick-fil-A North Augusta has announced its plans to open a new location along the Exit 5 corridor.
Olive Road bridge to stay closed to prevent Masters Week crashes
Time has shown that raising the railroad bridge at Olive Road is about as likely as trucks not hitting it. But the battered structure...
MotorHeadline: Kathryn DeLorean is turning legacy into a sustainable future
Kathryn DeLorean, much like her legendary father, automotive engineering genius John DeLorean, is not someone prone to conformity and is now taking up the...
Georgia Senate budget targets Augusta cyber center for cuts
Beyond cutting overall university and college spending, a Georgia Senate budget proposal also targets Georgia Public Broadcasting and the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center in Augusta.
Georgia unemployment holding steady
Georgia’s unemployment rate is holding steady despite persistent inflation.
Rory McIlroy powers his way to another win in Match Play
Rory McIlroy had every reason to love the long ball Thursday.
Sheriff’s Office warns of weekend musket fire at Magnolia Cemetery
The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents around Magnolia Cemetery on 3rd Street not to be alarmed when they hear gunfire on Saturday afternoon.
North Augusta man arrested after elderly mom dies of neglect
A North Augusta man ignored injuries to his 88-year-old mother, leading to her death, authorities said Friday. Anthony Morgan, 45, was charged Friday with abuse...
State House approves bill banning discrimination based on COVID vax status
The state House of Representatives gave final passage Thursday to legislation that would prohibit government agencies from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access government facilities or services.
Retirees sue Piedmont Augusta over benefits cut
Approximately 170 University Healthcare and Piedmont Augusta retirees have filed a lawsuit demanding the hospital honor its promise to provide a Medicare supplemental plan when they reach age 65.
Augusta mayor to host a city/county wide volunteer cleanup
Mayor Garnett Johnson is hosting a community-wide cleanup day Saturday.
Columbia County moving forward with study looking into incorporation and consolidation
The Columbia County Board of Commissioners approved 3 to 1 moving forward with a government efficiency and functionality study in regards to incorporation and consolidation during the meeting Tuesday, March 21.
Alligator Egg Hunt one of many festive events in CSRA as...
Springtime has arrived, Easter is on its way, and Augusta has no shortage of spring festivities for kids and families as it approaches—including Easter egg hunts.
The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the public's assistance in identifying the suspects pictured here. They are accused of stealing multiple items from Goodwill at 4074 Washington Road. They were seen in a 2004 silver/gray Chevy Blazer. ... See MoreSee Less
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