The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia has been officially notified of standing water that was breeding mosquitoes at a site managed by Georgia Regents University.
We will do a disservice to future generations if we allow this opportunity slip by without a serious community conversation.
I see the loss of the baseball team as just one more step down a long ladder for the city I love.
Most Augusta officials don't view the GreenJackets' decision to move across the river to South Carolina would be a boon for the area as a whole.
Golf and Gardens? More like golf and jungle. The growing season is here, and with the city no longer expending resources on maintaining state-owned property, the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame Botanical Gardens looks like a scene from the History Channel's Life After People.
I wanted to talk about the accomplishments of the Richmond County legislative delegation this session, but since there weren't any worth mentioning, that won't be possible.
Augusta commissioners are expected to take a final vote today on amending city ordinance to allow for an off-leash dog park, but plans to open the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame Botanical Gardens as for that purpose Sunday might not be a done deal. Issues on today's meeting agenda include:
Empty pocket gardens spread across the grounds of the Augusta Botanical Gardens serve as reminders of what once was.
It's been 25 years since Augusta Tomorrow formed and helped produce the master plan that led to Riverwalk Augusta, and 35 years since the earliest efforts to redefine a city center struggling to compete with suburban sprawl.
You might ask, "Where have all the flowers gone?" if you could see what's left of them at Augusta's once-fabulous botanical gardens. But you can't because they're behind locked gates that the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame won't open because of insurance liability issues.