Grovetown City Administrator said the city hasn’t brought in the revenue that was projected for this year, so to keep it all balanced, thing…
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It turned into a freak accident and a family praying for her survival.
Every year on June 27th, Paine College brings hundreds of community members together for HIV testing.
Students in grades K through 12 met at the Ronald McDonald House for an event put on by Supreme MC’s Rule Hip-Hop Expression Program Saturda…
This weekend, Downtown Augusta is decorated with more color than usual– The Pride Festival is in full swing.
The 15th Street Kroger closed its doors in February, and ever since, this area is considered a food desert.
This year’s Race for the Fallen Glow Run will benefit the late Richmond County Sergeant Greg Meagher.
The widening of Washington Road along with some other road projects– many are asking– will it ever finish?
Toys For Tots Augusta coordinator said if someone in the community doesn’t step up and provide a space, it will have no other choice but to …
After 40 years and nearly double the number of employees, the department is moving to a 40,000 square foot facility.
The Aiken County Board of Education came together Tuesday night to further improve the discipline process in schools.
Law enforcement officers are no doubt, community heroes.
It happened Tuesday when a man attacked police guarding the Notre Dame Cathedral, and the locals happened to be in the church when it all we…
The victim has been identified as 27-year-old Chad Garner from Hephzibah.
Saturday, a group called “SISTAHS PROTECTING SISTAHS” passed out flyers with Carwell’s picture on them.
It was all to test a medicine dispensing site in the event of a public health emergency.
For the Augusta Patriots, a local travel league, the head of operations says not having a “home” field makes it hard to grow here locally.
Much like national reaction to this case, locals are either for or against Winner’s controversial decision to leak classified information.