Anthony King, a community activist who mentors about 25 teens, doesn't want Sheriff Richard Roundtree to halt a firearms auction. But he'd like the proceeds to benefit educational programs on proper gun use, gun dangers and the lasting effects of gun deaths.
Nearly one-third of Cherry Tree Crossing families have vacated the public housing project as the Augusta Housing Authority finishes its required notification period and mandatory move-outs begin.
About 340 people attended Augusta's Stand Down for Homelessness resource fair on Friday at the Salvation Army Center of Hope.
You have to wonder why the government gets into customer service in the first place.
If two of the most hated agencies in the federal system are able to articulate a regulatory policy that protects the environment and does not damage our fragile economy, they will indeed be charting new waters.
The 15th Street community has calmed the critics of the mural it designed for the Rosa T. Beard Memorial Bridge and starting in the next two weeks, artists should begin "putting brush to wall," officials said Monday.
J. Madden Reid, a longtime executive director of the Augusta Housing Authority, died Saturday. He was 85.
The interim study offers the opportunity for a grand convergence of science and politics.
Timing is everything, and so far city Administrator Fred Russell's timing has been fortuitous. If at least six Augusta Commission members got mad at him at the same time, he'd be out of a job.
Larry Mainor is one of hundreds of homeless veterans and other chronically homeless people being helped by an Atlanta initiative aimed at getting people off the streets and in permanent housing.