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Project Jackson is a $183 million development that includes a new stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets.

Project Jackson before Supreme Court on Tuesday

North Augusta’s Project Jackson, a proposed $183 million development funded by a public-private partnership, goes before the South Carolina Supreme Court on Tuesday.
By Meg Mirshak

Does the US have a police brutality problem?

The Augusta Chronicle asked 60 people last week – 20 each in Aiken, Columbia and Richmond counties – whether the country has a problem. Seventy percent answered yes. 

Prom season underway

High school proms are being held across the area. See who you know in our Spotted photo galleries.

Dog offers lesson in fee push

The Augusta Com­mis­sion should heed Ae­sop’s fable The Dog and the Bone as a cautionary tale before approving a rain tax.

Enter our photo contest

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings April 20-27

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center April 20-27.

Video: Kirby's Augusta




I-20 work today near bridge

This morning a Georgia Department of Transportation District concrete crew will begin sawing a broken concrete slab on Interstate 20 eastbound at the approach to the Savannah River Bridge.

Many question pipeline project

Landowners, lawmakers and local governments along the route of the so-called Palmetto Pipeline are still seeking answers to questions as fundamental as where the pipeline will run and how it will benefit Georgians.
By Mary Landers

Ga. sheriff shoots woman in nearby county

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. - An Atlanta-area sheriff who was acquitted three years ago in a major public corruption case is now accused of shooting a woman in a subdivision near the suburb of Lawrenceville.

Beal leads well-rested Wizards past Hawks

ATLANTA - Bradley Beal shook off a sprained ankle to score 28 points and the Washington Wizards remained unbeaten in the postseason, knocking off the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks 104-98 Sunday.

Editorial: A skewed study?

We'd put more stock in the study if not for this administration's history of manipulating administrative actions for political gain.
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