Stephen W. Johnson has been named to the merit list at Thomas University for the summer 2013 semester. The following students were named to the dean's list at Berry College for the spring 2013 semester: Dana Wenger, Kalli Doenges, Ivey Herrington, Hunter Smith and Lara O'Kelley.
Retirement didn't slow Mary Ann Ergle one bit. Never one to sit around the house, the 80-year-old Ergle started teaching aerobics to seniors. She enjoyed it so much, she's done it for 18 years now.
The world is full -- too full, really -- of people who scramble to trumpet their every accomplishment, large or small. Humility, it seems, is being forgotten.
We have the opportunity in the primary election July 15 to re-elect one of the rising stars in Augusta's leadership and in the Georgia Senate.Judy Lamback, Augusta
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.
For those who know good music, Nashville singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell is regarded as "a singer's best friend" in writing so many classic songs.
...700 blocks of Broad opened Tuesday as the first phase of the $4 million beautification project. A new Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce building is being built in the 600 block of Broad, and a fountain and park area have been built in the...
...2 million plan to convert a section of a downtown mill into a production facility was announced by the Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday. The modernization program is being undertaken by the King Division of Spartan Mills, which...
Bond denied in fatal shooting A man arrested in a recent Augusta homicide must await possible indictment and trial in jail, a judge ruled Friday. Rodriquez A. McDaniel, 22, is charged with malice murder and a weapons charge in the Nov. 29 shooting death of 24-year-old Rodney A. Johnson on Cleveland Street.
When death came this past Wednesday to Robert E. Stagg Sr., at the age of 84, it brought to an end the life of a longtime Augustan whose wide range of civic activities, depth of character and abiding faith in God served to inspire every person who felt his influence. The soft-spoken Purdue University graduate, who came to our town to work as a Procter & Gamble engineer and manager, was a most unusual person. With unselfish enthusiasm he threw himself into every humanitarian, civic and business endeavor he undertook.