While the Augusta Sculpture Trail is only supposed to be a temporary, two-year public art exhibit, at least two of the sculptures are set to become permanent fixtures.

At Saturday’s ribbon cutting for the trail, Bennish Brown, president and chief executive officer of the Augusta Convention and Visitors Bureau, announced that funding through a tourism grant would allow for the purchase of one o...

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