President Jerry Hardee expects changes to continue through the next three years.
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After Friday, people who shop at the downtown Augusta eatery will need to find a new place for lunch.
Rebekah Chad believes she has narrowed down who the man might be, but wants to know for sure.
The first black woman preacher of the south fought to preach despite rejection from those who did not believe women were called to preach.
Rebekah Chad hopes her digital signs connects her to an Augusta man she never met.
Richmond County dispatchers confirm a shooting at the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home on 15th Street.
Volunteers work in local churches to spread awareness about cancer’s signs and symptoms.
Sheriff seized several pounds of weed packaged for distribution.
Augusta welcomed thousands after Hurricane Irma.
Crash victim speaks out as Augusta Exchange management company keeps quiet.
Members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. across Georgia aim to support their HBCU initiative.
Augusta Housing Authority set to implement smoking ban.
AU political science professor breaks down the speech and its impact.
Parents encouraged to keep kids home who display flu-like symptoms.
Family is one of 45 participating at Georgia Cancer Center.
Suspect believed to have robbed gas station in early morning hours.
Pedestrian hit occurred on December 23, 2017.
Simon Powell’s family hopes visual reminders will bring them closure.