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.
Let's change the scene and throw Deal and his buddies out so working people will become visible again.
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.
While a recent change in state law moved Richmond County's 2014 nonpartisan elections from the November ballot to the summer primaries, school board races escaped the change because of a unique trait in its foundation.
In 2014, Deal will be running for re-election. His callous act harming 600,000 Georgians and our hospitals will come home to roost.
Family, friends and political colleagues remembered Rep. Quincy Murphy as a generous family man, tireless public servant, mentor and friend at funeral services Friday.
We went through the McCarthy era, and we learned what a demagogue in power can do.
What would The Chronicle have said if he turned his back and let the 3,000 workers lose 5 percent of their wages?
Friends and family of Lt. Gen. Robert E. Gray gathered on Walton Way on Tuesday morning to dedicate a bridge in his memory.