...school year, five involving drug distribution and four involving aggravated assault. There were 22 weapon offenses reported in 2012-13 alone, but that number dropped to zero in 2014.Staff writer Sean Gruber contributed to this report.
...but the quality was way below the standards of today." CORRECTION: Last week's photos of Mark and Lynne Wisner's 1956 Ford Fairlane were photographed by Bill Pabon, of Evans. We apologize for the error.? Glynn Moore, staff writer
...was brought in and left it," Lampkin said. "But I do know the barrel does not belong to our department."Lampkin said he would reach out to different contractors to see whether they know who's responsible.? Doug Stutsman, staff writer
...Recruiting offices for the Marines and Navy in Aiken Mall were open Friday.Fort Gordon Public Affairs Officer J.C. Mathews said the security status of the Army installation did not change.Staff writer Mike Rosier contributed to this report.
...chrome looked like Sunliner chrome, but the back looks like a Ranchero, but my buddy said it's not a Ranchero, which started in 1957. It has a Continental wheel kit, and I believe it's a ragtop Sunliner."? Glynn Moore, staff writer
...this soon." YOU TALKIN' TO ME? Au gus ta Chronicle Staff Writer Susan McCord reported Saturday that city officials have...FUNNY: Here's a paragraph from a news article then-staff writer Heidi Williams and I wrote about the ANIC board:"Board...
Augusta recycled about 5 percent of the solid waste it created in 2014 while Aiken recycled about 15 percent.
...decisions on other facilities and slight changes to the law since, it's certain the attorneys will have plenty of legal issues to debate in addition to the testimony of the witnesses.Staff Writer Tom Corwin contributed to this article.
...Were the restored roars a bit of a bore? Media picks Posted: 04/09/09 Here are the writers' picks. Take Five Posted: 04/09/09 Staff writer Scott Michaux breaks down the chances of 35 players. Tiger and Phil on a collision course at Masters Posted: 04...
...nationwide," she said. "In a way, we're enabling facilities to provide substandard care, and that's not right. This is a public policy issue that really needs to be addressed."Staff writer Sandy Hodson contributed to this report.