Meybohm Real Estate is seeking approval from the county to get the sixth phase of its Whispering Pines neighborhood fully underway.
Laura Griffin is a chemistry teacher at Harlem High School and one of five finalists for Teacher of the Year.
IRONMAN 70.3 Augusta took place Sunday, Sept. 25.
Quinn Shelt wanted to make a difference in her community. As Miss Augusta, she thought she’d have that opportunity, but she had no idea she’d make as much of an impact as she feels she has.
Ronald McDonald House Charities has been serving local families and children for almost 40 years.
Written by B.J. Wood September 26, 2022
Augusta’s first international music star might surprise you.
New treatment to treat chronic constipation.
Georgia Tech’s athletic association board has called a meeting for Monday and the future of football coach Geoff Collins appears to be in the balance.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp has opened a seven-point lead on Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams, while U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., is tied with GOP challenger Herschel Walker, according to a new poll.
Tennessee and North Carolina State have broken into the top 10 of The Associated Press college football poll.
Four maple trees were removed from the Augusta Common before Arts in the Heart, and some of the county commissioners want an explanation.
Augusta Players has ribbon cutting, Columbia County welcomes new Salvation Army Center and chain auto repair shop, and Evans Market returns for fall.
Columnist Sylvia Cooper has good news and bad news about Augusta politics, and she's also wondering just where the mayor has gotten off to.
Rev. Bill Harrell's weekly column on living a life devoted to Christian faith.