High school graduates across the country missed out on an estimated $2.9 billion worth of Pell Grant funds last year simply by not filling out a free application.
In 2014, the Augusta area lost artists and architects, lawyers and leaders, authors and athletes. Here are but a few to whom we said goodbye.
I encourage you to join me in ensuring the continued success of USC Aiken in serving our veteran and military students.
A memorial Saturday will honor those killed in a train wreck in Graniteville on the 10th anniversary of the derailment and chemical spill.
About 100 people gathered at the University of South Carolina Aiken Student Activity Center Saturday for the 10th annual Train Derailment Memorial Program titled "Celebrating Recovery, Moving Foward."
Too much blame is placed on the teacher for the poor ratings in educational advancement, as compared to other industrialized nations.
The tale of a young girl entranced by a nutcracker and her magical journey into the Land of the Sweets has been a Christmas tradition for many, and in the Augusta area, there are four different incarnations of this holiday ballet.
At a ceremony Friday at the Enterprise Mill Events Center, the Community Foundation of the CSRA awarded $550,000 in unrestricted grants to 39 local non-profit agencies.
As 31 Georgia universities adopt a ban on all tobacco products colleges in and near Augusta enthusiastically support the measure, but some students unsure the bans will really stop smoking on school grounds.
About 200 participants in three age groups - youth, teen and adult - learned the basics of mime, how to apply makeup, choreography, and facial expressions, all for the purpose of praising God.