Augusta's grip on LBJ apparently hurt

Lyndon Johnson, one of the physically largest presidents in American history, who grew up in the rough Texas Hill Country and still loved to ranch and ride, had a soft spot.

LBJ's unfortunate Augusta visit

Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson came to Augusta for a campaign speech and was jeered by the crowd.

Hiking trails leave some off the path

Hiking isn't for everyone, especially those who can fill out a complaint form.

Augusta Youth Development Campus | The Augusta Chronicle

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Friday, October 24, 2014 Bill Kirby The Kansas City Royals are very exciting and have an 8-game playoff winning streak. But the Royals have something else I just...

You can call 'em Royals, or Cows

The Kansas City Royals are very exciting and have an 8-game playoff winning streak. But the Royals have something else I just found out about this week - a very unusual name.

Residents recall terminal, riding buses to Augusta

I was working at the Trailways Bus Terminal when the new building was opened to the public. I was attending Augusta College and not able to attend the grand opening, but was very proud to be a part of the "progressive step."

The Way We Were: Parking meters

...remove the chalk line drawn by patrolmen. Or they moved their cars to other nearby spots, hoping the chalk marks would go away.Did you ever see such subterfuge? Share your experiences in an e-mail to bill.kirby@augustachronicle.com.