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Nicole Owen (center) shares a wedding date with her grandmother, Nikki Nance (left), and mother, Deborah Kunze (right), and five generations of family members.

Bride's wedding date follows family tradition

Nicole Owen, of North Augusta, becomes the sixth generation of her family to wed on Dec. 20.
By Meg Mirshak

Kirby's Augusta

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Want a home near Hephzibah?

Here are homes for sale, gleaned from AugustaRealEstate.com on Dec. 19, that are located near Hephzibah.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Dec. 8-15

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

Augusta Outdoors

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Empty Stocking List

List of donors to the Empty Stocking Fund

Gogick: Chronicle continues holiday traditions

When you work in the news media, a regular rotation on the holiday schedule is what you sign up for.
By John Gogick

Empty Stocking Fund: Health issues threaten Christmas

An Augusta father and mother have lost time on the job because both have faced recent health challenges.

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Historic building on Laney campus demolished

The demolition of the 89-year-old Cauley-Wheeler building on the Lucy C. Laney High School campus is over, but the plan for a building that will act as a link to the former site and its story has not won over preservationists.
By Sean Gruber

Inmate punches deputy at detention center

An inmate at Charles B. Webster Detention Center struck a deputy in the face Wednesday.
By Doug Stutsman

Grovetown chief to name advisory board

GROVETOWN — Three weeks into his new job as Grovetown’s Public Safety director, Gary Jones is wasting little time putting policies and programs in place to address growing pains the Columbia ...

Jaguars rally late, win in front of largest crowd

On Education Day, 2,000 Richmond County fifth-grade students rocked and rolled throughout the game as 23rd-ranked Georgia Regents went on a big run late for a 68-58 conference-opening win over ...

Editorial: Engagement is worth a try

It may be time for this sharp change in tactics.

Cuban cigar boom? Not yet, stores and customers say

MIAMI — The coveted Cuban cigar is set to make its first legal appearance in the U.S. in years. But the cigars won’t roll into stores just yet, and owners say they aren’t worried about any dip in ...
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