Augusta should invest in its best\r\nIt wasn't tea taxes or tyrannical rule that kicked off the American Revolution. The first shots came from pens.
Daybreak on Thurmond Lake puts a lot of things into perspective.
There's something about the ions in the air or that just-opened-the-box aroma, but I swear I can smell them.\r
...regional and national boards, including the National Nominating Committee of the Bank Administration Institute, and as an advocate for the Community Bankers Association to the United States Congress. Reach Dale Hokrein at (706) 823-3218.
Wall Street watchers have coined a new phrase in this age of mouse clicks and e-commerce.
The price people pay for homeowners' insurance can vary by hundreds of dollars, depending on the insurer they choose and the discounts they're eligible to receive. The Insurance Information Institute recommends taking these steps to bring the cost down.
In truly economic terms, the owners of business have but one reason for existing, especially in a capitalistic society. They exist to make a profit.
There's a definite Latin beat in the U.S. economy.But you wouldn't know it from television.The networks have taken a beating this fall season because few new shows, critics say, cast minorities -- especially blacks and Hispanics -- in lead character roles.
...submit a brief summary on company stationery that details what happened and when and fax it to Success Stories, c/o Dale Hokrein, business editor at (706) 722-7403. The Chronicle will choose the best and write about them.
The Augusta-Aiken area has prospered, but not as much as other cities. And area residents can look for more of the same through the new year, economists say.