Need a home? The city of Augusta may be able to help you. Read more
Two downtown landmarks might get some city-funded maintenance – if a little later than expected. Read more
For school custodians, their day-to-day work often goes without recognition. Read more
Aggravated assault with a gun and larceny from an automobile saw the most dramatic increases in Richmond County last year, and police said it’s up to the residents to help tackle those numbers in 2017. Read more
The Thomson Police Department is currently looking for a missing teen girl.
A newly released documentary highlights health and environmental concerns on two of the area’s largest employers – Plant Vogtle and Savannah River Site. Read more
The Augusta-Richmond County NAACP will hold its annual MLK Freedom Fund Banquet on Friday. Read more
Shock rocker Alice Cooper will be coming to Augusta in April, as tickets go on sale Friday. Read more
A man wanted for questioning in a December sexual assault has been found, police said.
Augusta will host its own “Sister March” in conjunction with the Women’s March on Washington this Saturday.
Augusta held a very dear place in his affections. Read more
About 30 children gathered Monday for a day of community service and reflection for Martin Luther King Day at Belle Terrace Presbyterian Church.
For the Rev. Larry Fryer, Monday’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration could be summed up by two words: unity and service.
Rave to the very kind and generous co-shopper in Thomson. Thank you again for the gift of a bulb. My friend and I will surely think of it still come spring.
Atlanta-based Gray Television on Monday announced that satellite provider Dish Network will stop carrying programming for its WRDW and WAGT stations in Augusta effective Tuesday evening.
Gas prices have started dropping after recently reaching their highest level since last summer.
A new, nearly 85,000-square-foot Belk department store is expected to anchor phase II of Mullins shopping center in Evans.
Affordable housing and downtown maintenance will take center stage Tuesday at two meetings of the Augusta Commission.
An Augusta man arrested on murder charges nearly three years after a south Augusta man was slain in his home is scheduled to stand trial next week.
When Richmond County Superior Court Judge Frederick Kennedy was announcing the winner of the bar association’s first Liberty Bell Award in 1965, the audience didn’t know the recipient.
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