Two people who survived a fatal motel fire in Greenville, S.C., were released Monday from the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital.
Police have faulted a pedestrian who was involved in a serious accident with a motorcyclist Wednesday night, Richmond County Sheriff's Office records show.
Unlike their neighbors in Richmond County, Columbia County residents cannot put their tree limbs and debris left from Monday's ice storm on the curb for county crews to pick up.
A Langley family of four lost their home and their possessions in a mobile home fire Thursday.
Despite being open for nearly a year, downtown's Augusta Common park has seen continued construction work, racking up change-order costs in excess of $137,800 for the $1.5 million project's first phase.
It didn't have to rain more than 2 inches in 40 minutes last month for Augusta's Department of Public Works to realize the city has a drainage problem. Complaint records logged through the department's maintenance office show that the number of drainage-related calls during the first eight months of 2003 is more than double the calls logged in all of 2001.
A church music teacher and choir director accused of trying to molest one child and sexually abusing a second was convicted of child molestation charges Wednesday.
The New Year's resolution for Laney-Walker Boulevard: continue shaping up and become beautiful.
A Waynesboro man was killed in an early-morning car wreck on Georgia Highway 121, the Georgia State Patrol reported Wednesday.
Hermena Hampton says she still sees flooding in her Hephzibah front yard every time a downpour occurs.