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...Ar my Corps of Engineers adapts to a leaner fiscal 2012 budget year. Not looking to turn down free help, the chairman of the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame is trying to accommodate a volunteer group that wants to take on the overgrown botanical gardens...

Charity walk was superb

...the spirit and compassion of the good people in the Augusta area.Roland J. BehmSandy Springs (The writer is chairman of the Georgia Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.)

Federal criminal justice reform task force speaks with leaders of Georgia reform initiative

ATLANTA - Members of a group charged with coming up with suggestions to reform the federal corrections system on Tuesday sought advice from the leaders of Georgia's criminal justice reform initiative.

Augusta banker named president of State Bank & Trust

Remer Brinson III, the former chief executive officer for Augusta-based First Bank of Georgia, has been named the president of State Bank & Trust, which now owns First Bank.

Georgia politicians critical of troop reductions plans at state bases

Georgia's elected and political leaders are gearing up for a fight over the Obama administration's announcement of automatic troop reductions at two of the state's military bases.

Education, cooperation boost Georgia economy, officials say

Georgia Power Chief Executive Paul Bowers stressed how important education and engagement from local business leaders are for the success of Georgia economic development when he spoke Tuesday.

Georgia eyes new Savannah River bridge, but wreck count low, officials say

Georgia is eyeing a new Interstate 20 bridge spanning the Savannah River to improve safety, but the tally of vehicle wrecks might not be cause for concern.

Hugh Tarbutton

SANDERSVILLE, Ga. - Hugh McMaster Tarbutton, a life-long resident of Sandersville, Georgia, passed away on January 7, 2015. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 10th at 11:00 a.m. at the Sandersville United Methodist Church with the

Lenard Chavis

...and taught classes at Baptist Bible College in Springfield, MO. He also served several terms as the state chairman of the Georgia Baptist Bible Fellowship. He was known by many for his skill as a chalk artist, his rich baritone singing voice...

Perdue embraces role as political outsider

ATLANTA -- Tapping into widespread disapproval of Congress, David Perdue campaigns as a candidate from the outside with fresh ideas and perspective.