'Hands Across the Border' campaign starts in Augusta area

Patrolling both sides of the Thirteenth Street Bridge, the annual Hands Across the Border campaign kicked off Thursday evening.

Tom Brady's four-game suspension is lifted by judge

NEW YORK - Tom Brady learned Thursday he will start the season on the field after a judge lifted the league's four-game suspension of the star quarterback for a scandal over deflated footballs.

Lackey, Evans get first big test of the season

It doesn't get much tougher than this: Evans visits defending state champion and No. 1 Northside to begin region play.

Evans volleyball team runs record to 6-0 after a pair of victories

GROVETOWN - With Grovetown having rallied from a Game 1 25-15 defeat, Evans needed some big plays in the second game against the defending Area 2-AAAAA champions Thursday night.

Few incidents seen at Richmond County football games

Despite large crowds and heated rivalries, local football stadiums have proven to be a relatively safe haven in Richmond County, with an average of less than five arrests per year since 1996.

Augusta polling locations to change before Nov. 3 referendum

Polling locations will change for about 7,500 west and south Augusta voters before the Nov. 3 sales tax referendum.

Augusta writer Karin Gillespie succeeds with new novel "Girl Meets Class"

In her new novel, "Girl Meets Class" (Henery Press), Augusta author Karin Gillespie knocks it out of the park.

More Georgia hospital mergers loom

ATLANTA -- Up until now, Northside Hospital has stayed relatively quiet in the almost frantic rush by metro Atlanta hospital systems to seek mergers or acquisitions.

Yahoo CEO takes on company turnaround, childbirth

SAN FRANCISCO - Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is going to give birth to twins while trying to deliver a long-promised turnaround at the struggling Internet company.

Patriots Tom Brady can play, judge rules

NEW YORK - A federal judge deflated "Deflategate" this morning, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for a controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football's integrity.