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Thirteen faces now plaster the city’s largest billboard.
The five candidates came to the Garden City Sunday to tell Augustans what they stand for.
A change of plans for a big holiday festival set to make its debut in the CSRA this year.
Two people are now in jail for neglect in connection with personal care homes.
Pup-A-Pawlooza, Sunday’s free event, not only accepted donations to help other dogs like Bolo, but the event raised awareness
The victim has been identified as 8 year-old Darrell Brown.
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Tuesday, the authority met for the first time since the controversial decision to build on the former mall site.
It’s been days since many in the mainland have heard from family members in Puerto Rico, and a local woman is trying to help.
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Friday, volunteers took to the water and picked up trash to make sure the face of Augusta is one to be proud of.
Protesters want Representative Rick Allen and Congress to know that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, also known as DACA, should be re…
The ten shelters in Richmond County are already full, but the city has teamed with surrounding counties to ensure no one is turned away.
Trinity on the Hill Church is sheltering 180 evacuees and is run by Red Cross of Augusta.
Red Cross is hosting several training classes Friday for people who want to volunteer in shelters.