Augusta man dies by lethal injection

...Linwood was shot and thrown into a truck. Ms. Hall was kidnapped, raped and shot. The assailants threw both victims into the river, leaving behind the blood-stained vehicle. Two days later, James C. Gray, 54, was kidnapped from Beech Island and taken...

Savannah River Bacteria | The Augusta Chronicle

...Pavey | Monday, Aug 16, 2010 Savannah River Bacteria If you've wondered whether...2010. More recent stories on Savannah River water quality are on this page, but the...available. Residents living near Savannah River Site face no health risks from eating...

Savannah River Site | The Augusta Chronicle

... By Wesley Brown | Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015 Savannah River Site When the Cold War began in the 1950s, the...released this week shows that safety-related welds at a Savannah River Site factory being built to convert weapons-grade plutonium...

Palmetto Pipeline | The Augusta Chronicle

...planning a 360-mile pipeline that will parallel the Savannah River and bring gas, diesel and ethanol from Louisiana, Mississippi...from South Carolina to Florida, crossing coastal marshes, rivers and hundreds of miles ... BELTON, S.C. - Nearly a year...

Downtown stadium | The Augusta Chronicle

...plan to develop a stadium and mixed use development along the river in North Augusta sparked controversy over traffic concerns...GreenJackets fans could catch a long home run ball from the Savannah River if North Augusta's plans for a riverfront stadium survive...

Augusta Canal | The Augusta Chronicle

...and third levels take several paths through the Downtown and the Laney-Walker Districts prior to returning to the Savannah River, for a total length of approximately 13.5 miles. Notable structures at the upper end of the canal's first level...

Fort Gordon | The Augusta Chronicle

...Gate 2. Lawmakers passed a revised spending bill Thursday that included $445 million to provide new Army cyber facilities at Fort Gordon and a one-year funding extension for a Savannah River Site facility. Don't Miss

Columbia County Board of Education | The Augusta Chronicle

...opened in 2008 on Blackstone Camp Road. The school was named for nearby Stallings Island, which is located in the Savannah River about eight miles from Augusta. For more information, visit the Board of Education's Web site, www.ccboe.net Students...

Aiken Regional Medical Centers | The Augusta Chronicle

...The chaos in health care regulation in South Carolina prompted University to first seek to build a 50-bed facility across the river in Aiken, an official said. Carolyn Crawford still remembers the wire poking into her right ankle and leaving a tiny hole...

Deke Copenhaver | The Augusta Chronicle

...in both black and white precincts. Before his election, Mr. Copenhaver spent four years as director of the Central Savannah River Land Trust, which works to acquire and preserve stream buffers and undeveloped land threatened by urban growth. All...