Music in the Park: Savannah River Winds: 7 p.m. May 19, Maude Edenfield Park, 495 Brookside Ave.; sponsored by the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council, the city of North Augusta, University Health Care System, and First Citizens Bank; bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy; naartscouncil.org.
Jake Forgay used the word "awesome" on several occasions to describe his experience playing in the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship this past week.
The Augusta Prep rising senior posted rounds of 78-77 at The Honors Course in Ooltewah, Tenn.
Getting a current NFL star to come to the Augusta area is not an easy thing to do. Usually, the Greater Augusta Bulldog Club holds an annual banquet in August honoring a former Georgia great. This time, the club made an exception.
With football season about to begin, Grovetown has added three standout players transferring from Aquinas.
Rising senior Verenzo Holmes Jr., a defensive back, and rising junior running back D'Angelo Durham are becoming Warriors again.
Noah McBride didn't start out as a pitcher.
The recent Grovetown graduate played second base for the Warriors. But during McBride's sophomore year, coach Nick Wandless decided to add a few more arms to the staff.
I was alone in the office the other day when a loud man barged through the front door. I always live by the old saying about joy. Everyone brings happiness to the office. Some when they enter, others when they leave.
Elijah Clarke is known locally as the "Hero of the Hornets Nest" and he fought bravely throughout the Southern campaign of the American Revolution. Clarke was wounded four times during the war.
After the war, he become a large landowner.