Scott Hudson

Scott Hudson is an award winning investigative journalist from Augusta, GA who reported daily for WGAC AM/FM radio as well as maintaining a monthly column for the Buzz On Biz newspaper. Scott co-edited the award winning book "Augusta's WGAC: The Voice Of The Garden City For Seventy Years" and authored the book "The Contract On The Government."
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Former Augusta Commissioner Andy Cheek dies leaving lasting legacy

Former Augusta commissioner Andy Cheek has died.

Something you may not have known: Brewmaster Edward Herman and Belle of Georgia

Augusta's first brewery was shut down during Prohibition, but it had a brief rebirth in the 1990s.

MotorHeadline: Car features of the near future

Automotive technology is preparing for a furturistic future.

Revolutionary War dead discovered in Camden to be reburied

Archeologists at the Revolutionary War battlefield in Camden, S.C. made an amazing discovery in 2022: the bodies of 14 soldiers who fought in the battle that occurred August 16, 1780.

Something you may not have known: From slavery to high society, Amanda Dickson Toomer

For a young, mixed-race girl growing up in the Antebellum South, the opportunity to become the belle of the ball in high society was not even a pipe dream, but Amanda America Dickson Toomer did just that and it seems she never forgot her roots.

Commission postpones decision on Boathouse until cost estimates are in for repairs

Richmond County commissioners debate who is responsible for paying for repairs to the Boathouse -- repairs that may come in around $3 million.

Augusta Development Authority files suit against C4 Live entertainment group

Augusta Development Authority and the city of Augusta file suit against C4 Live.

Augusta Procurement Department did not follow city policy on EMS service bids, officials say

Augusta's Procurement Department stepped outside of established procedures in the EMS service bidding process.

Former Parks and Rec assistant director taking action against Augusta government

The former director of the Richmond County Parks and Recreation Department is suing the city for racial discrimination.

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