MCG Foundation's 'gateway' project on 15th Street remains stalled

...Davis within the "next couple of days" and then forwarded and signed by the board of education shortly thereafter.MCG Foundation President and CEO James Osborne is steadfast that the project remains on the table but said it likely won't begin...

MCG Foundation gives $1 million to campus building

The foundation is donating $1 million to the J. Harold Harrison MD Edu­cation Commons building, which will be used to help retire some of the debt the building still carries.

James Blissit

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Entered into rest Wednesday, April 29, 2015, Mr. James Alfred Blissit, 92, husband to the late Mrs. Erie P. Blissit and Mrs. Marianne Blissit. Mr. Blissit was born in Locust Grove, GA in 1922 to Alfred Otis and Annie Mae Price

Abandoned homes continue to weigh on Augusta's future

The Medical College of Georgia Foundation demolished three abandoned Harrisburg homes this week to...Center.Dr. Jim Osborne, the president and CEO of the MCG foundation, said the removal was done for potential expansion, with...

Search committee to find Azziz replacement named

Regent Jim Hull of Augusta will lead the search committee to find the next president of Georgia Regents University.

Talbert Williams

...MCG each year. Contact Kathryn Yates at kyates@mcgfoundation.org or by mail to her attention at Medical College of Georgia Foundation, 545 15th St., Augusta, GA 30901-9934 Re: Fund #5985

David Mascaro

...predeceased him, in 2011. If so desired, memorial contributions may be made to: The David Mascaro Fund through The MCG Foundation, 545 15th Street, Augusta, Georgia 30901 or the CSRA Humane Society, 425 Wood Street, Augusta, Georgia 30904...

Georgia Regents University's J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons celebrated

...win, win, win for the state of Georgia?" said Dr. James Osborne, his friend and the CEO of the Medical College of Georgia Foundation, at the building's grand opening Thursday.Harrison donated $10 million toward the building as...

Agreement nears on moving buses

After years of talks and legal wrangling, events are finally in motion to move Augusta's buses to a new home, opening up the 15th Street corridor to new retail development that could become a "gateway" to Georgia Regents University, officials said.

Transfer of bus property inches along

...city buses to move to south Augusta and the Medical College of Georgia Foundation to redevelop the city's 15th Street transit...downtown campus, but first the bus barn must go, MCG Foundation President and CEO James Osborne told The Chronicle...