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SLIDES: Grovetown Grads

Check out a slideshow of photos from Columbia County graduation ceremonies that took place Saturday at the James Brown Arena. 

Send us your graduation photos

Share your graduation photos and we'll post them online in a slideshow. Upload photos here or use the hashtag #auggrads.

Can Iran be trusted?

The Obama administration has made it appear as if there are only two choices in dealing with Iran: their framework agreement, or outright war.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings May 11-18

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center May 11-18.

Video: Kirby's Augusta



2015 Best & Brightest

The Augusta Chronicle recognizes 20 outstanding members of the Class of 2015: the winners of the 13th annual Best & Brightest awards.

Richmond County commencements set

Seniors from 10 of Richmond County's high school will be graduating on Tuesday and Wednesday, taking the walk to get their diplomas and starting the journey toward their careers.
By Sean Gruber

Families of Pearl Harbor attack look for closure

CARY, N.C. — Dawn Silsbee and her siblings never knew their Uncle Bert. Now, nearly three-quarters of a century after that day of “infamy,” their families might soon get the closure Bert ...
By Allen G. Breed and Audrey McAvoy

Moore: New driver's license was quick work

I needed a license to help get a Social Security card. But I needed a Social Security card to help get my license.
By Glynn Moore

More news outside than inside

The most dramatic commission news last week wasn’t created in the Marble Pa­lace but outside it when May­­or Pro Tem Grady Smith collapsed and was taken to the hospital.

Soldier focuses on family as deployment nears

Sgt. Dwayne Davis' pre-deployment ritual included spending as much quality time as possible with his three sons at Little League baseball games, honor roll ceremonies and watching action films before leaving for a nine-month tour to Southwest Asia in late May.
By Wesley Brown Staff Writer

Stormwater fee project specifics hard to find

Although city staff and consultants have spent millions cataloguing storm drainage problems and developing plans for spending part of a new fee on salaries, they've said less about what exactly they will fix with about $10 million in expected revenue, or when.
By Susan McCord

Sentinel named in 14th civil rights lawsuit

A 14th civil rights lawsuit has been filed against the private probation company Sen­tinel Offender Services, this time in the U.S. District Court’s Brunswick Division.

Whitfield prepares to step back in to the ring

Ray Whitfield didn't put his boxing career on hold nearly five years ago to pursue another position or chase another dream. The Augusta resident did it to save the Augusta Boxing Club.

Editorial: A day of honor and happiness

Remember them. Honor them. And don't feel regretful for enjoying the day while you do.
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