Augusta Canal | The Augusta Chronicle

... By Rob Pavey | Thursday, June 21, 2012 Augusta Canal The Augusta Canal National Heritage Area includes a three-level...source of power, water, and transportation, the Augusta Canal was one of the few successful industrial canals...

Kroc Center | The Augusta Chronicle

...270-seat banquet hall with a stage for a dinner theater, rehearsal areas and many other features. Nestled along the Augusta Canal, the center campus is comprised of one main building designed to complement the nearby Sibley Mill and King Mill...

Where you live: Early morning snack

An otter munches on an early morning fish on the banks of the Augusta Canal.

Angler has great fish story to tell from Catfish Creek

...experimentally-raised rainbow trout earned their freedom Thursday, when local students released them into the cold waters of the Augusta Canal.The release, involving about 250 fish, is part of an ongoing, multi-year study by Davidson Fine Arts Magnet...

Charlie Hannah wins Richmond County school board seat in landslide

...Though it will be his first political office, Hannah brings political experience from his stints as member of the Augusta Canal Authority and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise board, and his previous campaigns for positions on the school board...

You remembered: Trains once part of Augusta life

...welcomed! We received word that my dad had fallen from a freight train during the night and had been found in the Augusta Canal the next morning. The canal had been drained for maintenance and he landed in the bottom. He was quite "broken up...

Casting their shadows

The afternoon sun casts shadows along the Augusta Canal towpath of a man on a bike and a runner.


...canal towpath, end of Milledge Road; learn about the history, engineering and natural surroundings that make the Augusta Canal a National Heritage Area; ride to Raw Water Pumping Station; bring bike and helmet; $5; (706) 823-0440, ext...

I'm almost halfway there - 6.2 miles

...pretty dramatic. Last week I ran 3.8 miles on a treadmill, ran 6.2 miles on the road, walked 8 miles along the Augusta Canal and finished the week with a 4.75-mile run/walk on hills. It seems like a no-brainer - running more often...

Should I run or have surgery?

...been progressing very well since September, has pretty much hit a wall. I completed a 4.5-mile run along the Augusta Canal towpath a few weeks ago. That has been my longest run in more than a year. On Monday I barely ran a mile. I had...