AUGUSTA, Ga. - Entered into rest Thursday, July 17, 2014, Olive Jean Reville, 91, wife of the late Henry Valentine Reville. Mrs. Reville was a member of Trinity on the Hill United Methodist Church and the Dr. Robert Taylor Sunday School class. She
THE MAN WHO OWNED California Chrome knew darn well that the other horses had not raced as much as his horse. The boohooing was embarrassing. He needs to race the horse in another state and stop showing off.
...Martin Dixon McGregor, Sr., 71, husband of Carol Cain McGregor. Mr. McGregor was a member of Trinity on the Hill United Methodist Church. He worked as an accountant for Murray Brothers and in sales with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company...
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Mrs. Helen Loflin Simmons, 94, beloved wife of the late Isaac A. Simmons, Jr., entered into rest on Thursday, June 12, 2014. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, June 16, 2014 at Trinity on the Hill United Methodist
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Ms. Marianna B. Caput, 77, of Martinez, GA, loving wife of 56 years to William G. Caput, M.D., peacefully entered into eternal rest on June 15, 2014, after a short illness at Georgia Regents University Medical Center. She was
EVANS, Ga. - Mrs. Naomi M. Boyd, 93, entered into rest Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at her home in Washington Commons. She was the wife of the late Colonel Raymond S. Boyd (Ret). Mrs. Boyd was a native of Saluda, SC. She was the daughter of the late John
Trinity On The Hill United Methodist Church 1330 Monte Sano Avenue Augusta, 706-738-8822 Dr. Mike Cash, Senior Pastor Sunday Worship: 8:30, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School, All Ages: 9:45 a.m. Watch Worship Services Online at www.trinityonthehill.net
Trinity on the Hill United Methodist Church's youth choir, Love Unlimited, will depart for a 10-day tour in England, including one date in Godalming, next month.
In a first public forum together Tuesday, the five candidates seeking to be Augusta's next mayor sparred gently over job creation, pushed a transit agenda and touted the skills they'd bring to the office.
If a local nonprofit has a job that needs a few good handymen, the F.R.O.G.S. are happy to jump on it.