CSRA Happy Tails Rescue, Inc.is a 501-C3 non-profit licensed animal rescue group committed to the welfare of stray and unwanted dogs and cats in the CSRA.
The murder trial of Lacy Aaron Schmidt, 15, begins Monday. He's accused of fatally shooting his 14-year-old friend Alana Calahan.
The First Step Divorce Recovery Workshop will be held at 4 p.m. Sundays starting today through March 11 at First Baptist Church of Augusta.
Dr. Ja'Net Bishop, in her first year as principal, is expanding the program offerings at the county alternative schools.
Friends of Columbia County Animal Services intends to help the agency fulfill needs it can't meet due to budget restraints.
The school system could cut costs by paying a stipend to parents who take their children out of public schools.
Police officers have had a tough enough time lately; if you're on the wrong side of an encounter, don't make it any harder.
Education is the best form of preparation for severe weather.
When Trey Allen heard Damon Cline wanted to run against him, he did him a favor by letting him know he lives in the wrong district.
A Columbia County schol bus driver is udner investigation after allegations that he threatened pupils on the bus Wednesday.
As an overhaul of the Milton Ruben Superstore continues, the Columbia County Planning Commission gave approval Thursday to keep a mobile office on site for another year.
Greenbrier student Christian Reed Adams Annis, 17, was indicted for conspiracy to commit murder.
About 25 retired educators from McDuffie, Warren and Glascock counties heard appreciation and encouragement from Kate Finch, the state president of the Georgia Retired Educators Association.
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