The Moore family is in search for a perfect match for a bone marrow transplant that could cure Alex.
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Earth Day Augusta brought hundreds together to celebrate, share ideas and raise awareness about a healthy environment.
Although homicides are down, gun-related assaults are on the rise. A new initiative to end gun crime begins this week and will continue thro…
The victim still unidentified, and the murderer still on the loose.
This next week, Augusta Transit will begin the bidding process to build a state-of-the-art facility.
Egypt is beefing up security today, but it’s not alone. Churches across America are broadening safety measures, too.
Leadership Columbia County partnered with Columbia County events to collect items for the “Show You Care, Give A Pair” Campaign.
A dead body found on Holden Drive this past Sunday is prompting community members to get to the root of crime issues in the community.
Commissioner Marion Williams proposed an ordinance to address sagging pants.
Golden Harvest Food Bank teamed with Food Lion to pack and distribute meals to pre-selected families based on need.
A local couple will remember hole 12 a little differently after this year’s Masters tournament.
This year there’s a new rule: Patrons are limited to three gate entries per day.
With the bad weather and Augusta National’s gates closing this week, it’s natural to assume business was on the rise.
The Drive, Chip and Putt Championship brings the younger generation to the Augusta National to compete on the legendary course.
Aiken church members spent Saturday morning picking up highway litter to better their community.
Just one month ago, The South Carolina budget panel decided cease state funding of the John De La Howe School.
Dozens came out to the Academy of Richmond County in support of legendary baseball coach, A.L. Williams.
Georgia lawmakers are considering a bill that would change how sexual assaults on college campuses are investigated.