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Herman Richards and Becky Waters have worked at Plant Vogtle since the 1970s and '80s, when Units 1 and 2 were built, and see differences in the new reactor construction.

Vogtle workers see both reactor projects

Some veterans of the nuclear industry were at the Plant Vogtle site south of Augusta to see the complex network of rebar and concrete rising out of the ground in the 1970s and '80s. Now, they are witnesses as the next two reactors take shape at the commercial nuclear site near Waynesboro, Ga.
By Meg Mirshak

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Sept. 8-15

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Sept. 8-15. 

2014 Arts in the Heart Festival

Don't miss the signature event for the Greater Augusta Arts Council, a festival that celebrates the community’s diverse arts and cultural heritage.

Coriander Blue wins 2014 AMPED Music Contest

Coriander Blue is the winner of the Augusta Chronicle AMPED Music Contest. Livingroom Legends took second and Ca$h Bled$oe third. 

Event has 'year-round impact'

With one week left until the Ironman takes place, athletes are prepping. Something that has become increasingly common over the last few years.

A heated debate on climate

Leaders from nations big and small, rich and poor, will be at the United Nations Climate Summit to discuss climate-change policy Tuesday.

Pavey: Hugo hard to forget

After 30 years as a journalist, people sometimes ask which story was the most memorable. The answer is easy: it was Hurricane Hugo.

Kirby's Augusta

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Slideshow: Montgomery Gentry

Check out almost 300 photos to see who was Spotted in the crowd at the Montgomery Gentry performance.

Pardon Our Mess

Residents near a drainage ditch along Shallowford Place in Martinez say the ditch was widened by the county to prevent future flooding and has remained unkempt since.
By Travis Highfield

The Way We Were: 1950s Broad Street

Here is a photo that raises more questions than answers. We know it is Broad Street in the mid-1950s. You can tell by the cars - Fords and Chevrolets, mostly. We know it's a good view of the 600 ...
By Bill Kirby

Moore: Wash your hands!

Don't forget your hygiene in the bathroom, because you're putting the touch on us and our food later on.
By Glynn Moore

Commission plays 'Let's Make A Deal'

Political rumors are running wild in Augusta just like goats at city detention ponds. For example, here are e-mails that have been making the rounds.

Pavey: Hugo hard to forget

After 30 years as a journalist, people sometimes ask which story was the most memorable. The answer is easy: it was Hurricane Hugo.

Georgia rolls past Troy

ATHENS, Ga. - Sony Michel ran for 155 yards and three touchdowns to highlight a big day for freshmen in No. 13 Georgia's 66-0 win over Troy on Saturday.
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