Skyler Andrews is a bona fide native of the CSRA; born in Augusta, raised in Aiken, with family roots in Edgefield County, S.C., and presently residing in the Augusta area. A graduate of University of South Carolina - Aiken with a Bachelor of Arts in English, he has produced content for Verge Magazine, The Aiken Standard and the Augusta Conventions and Visitors Bureau. Amid working various jobs from pest control to life insurance and real estate, he is also an active in the Augusta arts community; writing plays, short stories and spoken-word pieces. He can often be found throughout downtown with his nose in a book, writing, or performing stand-up comedy.
The Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network celebrated the arrival of its first wellness and respite center in Augusta.
Attic Treasures, a thrift store and charity, hosted a special event Saturday commemorating having raised and contributed more than $1 million to those in Harlem and the surrounding communities.
Justice Verda Colvin of the Georgia Supreme Court stopped by the Augusta Museum of History on Friday afternoon for a meet and greet.
A Lakeside Middle School student threatened suicide Thursday.
Development continues on Cabela Drive with a Dave and Buster's and possibly an Olive Garden being constructed.
The Columbia County Board of Commissioners voted new liquor store restrictions into during its meeting Tuesday evening. The second readings of two ordinances regarding the zoning of distilled spirit retailers went before the board to be unanimously approved.
The T5 Data Center near Fort Gordon is a step closer to fruition after a rezoning request for its proposed site got tentative approval from the Planning Commission.
Three subdivision expansions and two daycares are among the matters on the agenda for the next Columbia County Planning Commission meeting.
The Book Tavern was bustling with academics, students and armchair historians on Saturday evening, at one of the downtown bookseller’s first events since its move to its current location in March.
A drive past the Vaughn Square Shopping Center, near where Furys Ferry Road merges into Washington Road, will show some construction in progress at the site of Helms College, the private career school run by Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA, for which major expansion is underway.