Family and friends filled Bell Auditorium with shouts of thanks and praise Sunday as 81 students graduated.
Arielle Hunter came to Paine College in August 2005, the month Hurricane Katrina destroyed her native New Orleans."Paine offered me a place of comfort in my time of need," Hunter said.Hunter was one of 81 to graduate during Paine College's 128th commencement today.
Because the rain won't go away, drivers in Augusta might find themselves waiting a little longer for construction on Interstate 20 to officially end.
...regards to insurance claims, "My understanding is that it was settled," said Skip Grkovic, the director of economic and community development. However, he said he did not know which insurance company handled the claims. Mr. Grkovic said...
The newest section of the Palmetto Parkway could open two months earlier than the Dec. 31 deadline.
Incorporating every idea in the master plan would cost an undefined amount.
The future of the 80-year-old Fifth Street Bridge over the Savannah River might be one without vehicular traffic.
NORTH AUGUSTA --- Opponents of a proposed riverfront development in North Augusta pitched their case Monday to the mayor and city council.
NORTH AUGUSTA - It's a familiar refrain for many Augusta-area cities , but booming growth and how to manage it again will be the themes for North Augusta in 2008, officials say.
A boom on a bucket truck snapped a power line in Evans on Monday, briefly leaving more than 4,000 Georgia Power customers without electricity and sparking a grass fire.