Dee Dee Kurilla, the director of development at the Georgia chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, answered five questions for The Augusta Chronicle.
MILWAUKEE - The structure of the NCAA could look very different by this time next year. What won't change, however, is the amateur status of the players.
It's too soon to say when he'll return to the ice for training, let alone competition, and Evan Lysacek knows the clock is working against him.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers and University of Georgia star Hines Ward is ready for what he calls the most difficult challenge of his life: the Ironman Triathlon.
BOO TO THE GARBAGE service that did not tell us that we must walk our trash to the end of the road (we had been getting it picked up along the drive since it started) when the change took place. We now have two weeks worth of trash and have to wait until Friday.
The optimism and confidence oozing out of Evan Lysacek are worthy of an Olympic champion. He hopes to make that a two-time gold medalist next year at the Sochi Games.
Never before have there been so many opportunities to observe the art of dance. So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With the Stars and Dancing Stars of Augusta.
...dance through the questioning at press conferences, I wonder if they are being considered for future editions of Dancing with the Stars. THERE ARE GOOD, CARING people in this world. I am a senior citizen who fell in the Belk's in North Augusta...
If you love gun dogs, the characters you meet at hunting camp and the phrase "tastes like chicken," you might enjoy a new book by Augusta resident and lifelong outdoorsman Rocky Evans.
Former North Augustan Bryan Narcisse returns home for the first time with the Harlem Globetrotters to perform at 7 p.m. at James Brown Arena.