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The Way We Were: Police What was the best excuse you ever gave an officer who pulled you over?Send it in an e-mail to ... and if you were the one driving the car in this 1978 photo, tell us how it happened.
The Way We Were: Learning to drive to drive? Do you remember practicing parking? Do you remember your father saying he would never ride in the car with you again?Good times.Why not share those wonderful memories in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Good old garages

...batteries.They sold gas, too. Well, they used to. Today the site is a vacant lot, not as busy.If you remember any of the other old garages around Augusta, why not share that memory in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Boy Scouts

...magazines, games and playing cards to help amuse soldiers stationed at Camp Gordon.What do you remember about Scouting, camping or earning a difficult merit badge? Share your memories in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Greene Street Library

...about yours? Share what you remember about the old Augusta library at Greene and Ninth in an e-mail to Overdue book stories would be amusing.
The Way We Were: Teen Town

...out, and there was nobody to replace them."In the 1980s, there was a move to bring them back, but it doesn't seem to have caught on.Still, do you remember them? Share your thoughts in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Mill Villages

...was like and how good it was.What about you? Did you grow up in the area we now call Harrisburg? Did your families work in the mills?What was it like? Why not share your memories in an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Fort Gordon

...troops in the Army's Southeastern Signal School at Fort Gordon.There are thousands more, maybe even you. Why not share your memories of Fort Gordon, or even Camp Gordon? Just send an e-mail to
The Way We Were: Downtown Augusta was once packed with holiday shoppers

...Street, then stand back and hear happiness described.If you remember, why not share it in an e-mail to ghosts of Christmas past still haunt our favorite memories.
The Way We Were: Western Sizzlin

...When he died in 1988, Western Sizzlin was the nation's second largest family steak restaurant chain.Do you have any memories of Western Sizzlin or the Pascarallas?Share them in an e-mail to