Paine College's rich history is a monument to pioneering racial relations

We should treasure this history, study it and use it to eradicate our own racial problems, and to again lead the nation in race relations.

James Brady

AUGUSTA, Ga. - James O. Brady, Lieutenant Colonel, US Army (retired), entered into eternal rest at Brandon Wilde, Evans, GA, on October 4, 2015. He is survived by his beloved wife of 69 years, Eleanor Thomas Brady; daughter Barbara Brady Bice

Joseph Rogers

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Joseph J. Rogers, a leader in the economic and community development of Augusta, entered into rest Saturday, October 3, 2015. Mr. Rogers, one of the original employees of the Procter and Gamble Augusta Plant, was known as "Mr. Tide"

VW names veteran insider as new CEO amid growing scandal

BERLIN - Volkswagen's board appointed the head of the group's Porsche unit, as CEO on Friday - handing a longtime insider the task of trying to lead the world's top-selling automaker past a growing scandal.

Ed Skinner, longtime Augusta newspaper executive, dies at 86

Edward B. "Ed" Skinner Jr., one of the most successful managers in the history of Augusta newspapers, died Monday. He was 86.

GRU might get renamed, source says

The University System of Georgia Board of Regents is scheduled to meet Tuesday morning and on its agenda is "GRU Update" from Chancellor Hank Huckaby.

Moses Malone, three-time MVP and among NBA's great rebounders, dies at 60

Moses Malone, a three-time NBA MVP and one of basketball's most ferocious rebounders, died Sunday in Norfolk, Virginia, where was scheduled to appear at a charity golf event. He was 60.

J.C. Penney sees improved second quarter

J.C. Penney said Friday that its losses narrowed in the second quarter on better than expected sales, fueled by men's clothing, fine jewelry and the beauty brand Sephora. And a key revenue measure rose for the third straight quarter.

Will Morris named Morris Communications CEO

William S. "Will" Morris IV has been named chief executive officer of Morris Com­munications Co.

Adding value

If Dolan really believes his time and input isn't valued on the board, he should decide whether he wants to continue serving.