C-SPAN will be in Augusta on Wednesday to record and feature the city’s history and literary life.
At 1 p.m., officials with the television station will be joined by Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis and Historic Augusta, Inc. Executive Director Erick Montgomery at the Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson.
At Wednesday’s event, C-SPAN representatives will reveal the stories and segments that will be explored by the national network during their stay. During their time in Augusta, C-SPAN representatives will also conduct community and education outreach.
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed MAU President Randall W. Hatcher, of Augusta, to the state Board of Economic Development.
The governor’s office said in a statement that Hatcher not only had expertise in the workforce industry, but also experience on multiple boards of directors, including the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce and the World Presidents’ Organization Christian Fellowship Network. His appointment was one of 22 made this month.
An Augusta man charged with murder in the beating death of his girlfriend was granted a $50,000 bond Friday.
Senior Judge William M. Fleming Jr. set the bond in Richmond County Superior Court for David M. Kyler, 57.
Kyler was initially charged with aggravated assault after Richmond County sheriff’s deputies found 58-year-old Matilda L. Jenkins unconscious in his Maxwell House apartment Feb. 7 while conducting a welfare check.