Hasan can be counted on to vote his conscience. And that's the best you can hope for out of any elected official, regardless of race.
In a heated runoff to represent District 6 on the Augusta Commission, newspaper publisher Ben Hasan was victorious, pulling in 52.43 percent, to Bob Finnegan's 47.57 percent.
This president is doing very well, thank you.
...caucuses, may also submit platform items at the convention to be voted on.Myles and Lowell Greenbaum, the chairman of the Richmond County party, were disappointed that Augusta Convention Center wasn't the chosen site for the convention despite...
Long considered a swing district that could shift the balance of power on the Augusta Commission, the District 6 commission race includes candidates from all walks of life.
Bob Finnegan is a good man who wishes to do good things for the city of Augusta.
Augusta's tree canopy suffered major blows during February's ice storm and is now particularly vulnerable to losing more limbs in the coming months.
God knows the city needs some divine intervention, but the meetings would never end.
Facts are important.
Gov. Deal may not have large ears, but The Chronicle should portray him as sitting with his hands in his pockets as 600,000 Georgians are at risk for their health and welfare.