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Downtown Augusta abloom with fall flowers

New flowers are planted on Broad Street each season.

Early voting for Nov. 4 general election begins in Richmond County

The Augusta Municipal Building's new advance voting center will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through Oct. 24 and for weekend voting Oct. 25-26. From Oct. 27-31, voters may cast ballots until 6 p.m.

Judson Bennett Sr.

...of Ladysmith, VA; daughters, Linda Maddox of McBean, GA and Cindy Nitsch of Graniteville, SC; grandchildren, Todd Bennett, Michael Bennett and Sara Bennett; great-grandchildren, Camden and Megan Mancuso. He was also predeceased by a...

Where you live

Loralee Kokovich leads a gym full of fourth graders at Hammond Hill Elementary School in jazzercise during a Kids Fit Day on Thursday in North Augusta.

Where you live

William Chandler (left) and Brennan Simkins combine blue and white chain links that each school sold to raise money for childhood cancer awareness month during the Battle of the Hill against St. Mary on the Hill Catholic School and EDS in Augusta.

Where you live:View from above

Paine College freshman Jaleel Filmore videotapes the football team's practice.

Proud to be a Bulldog

Quarterback Hutson Mason (center) celebrates with his teammates and fans after Georgia defeated Clemson 45-21 on Saturday.

Where you live: Football freedom

Aquinas takes the field before the start of Friday's game against Glenn Hills. Aquinas beat Glenn Hills 41-6.

Free cuts for first day

Jimmy Stallings joined 40 other barbers from around the CSRA to provide free haircuts during the sixth annual Jamz Cutz Back to School Bash at May Park. More than 1,500 children received free hair cuts and school supplies.