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Something You May Not Have Known: Home Folks News and Records



When the lights went out for good on the sign proclaiming “Home Folks News and Records” in 2000, it was more than just the end of an era. It was the end of an Augusta institution that had reigned for nearly a century.

Home Folks started in Augusta on Broad Street in 1907 as a cafe with a news st...

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