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Georgia Department of Transportation representative Rodney Way, discussed the concerns of a group of Old Petersburg Road residents concerning the River Watch Parkway project.

State officials try to calm roadway extension concerns

State officials met with a group to calm concerns that construction could cause soil and stream contamination and damage personal property, public health and the local environment.
By Wesley Brown

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings April 13-20

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center April 13-20.

Video: Kirby's Augusta

Second lunch means more to share

Mayor Davis and I went to lunch again last week and celebrated his first 100 days in office. This time, I didn't forget my recorder.

Davisboro, Ga. facility turns men from drugs back to God and life

DAVISBORO, Ga. — Volunteers from surrounding areas say what impresses them the most about Breaking Free Ministries is its self-sufficiency.
By Lisa Kaylor

Men take next steps along journey to recovery

Scott Mormon, founder of Breaking Free, said for many of these young men, family is what has been missing or dysfunctional in their lives.

Group plans travel to pipeline hearing

Augusta-area residents opposed to a controversial Palmetto Pipeline won't let distance keep them from making their voices heard.
By Meg Mirshak and Mary Landers

Aiken teen charged in armed robbery

An Aiken teen charged with the armed robbery of an Aiken business told police he was forced to commit the crime.
By Bianca Cain Johnson

Women sought for theft, battery

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office is searching for two suspects accused of concealing clothes and assaulting Augusta Mall employees.
By Doug Stutsman

National Weather Service confirms tornadoes in Augusta area

A National Weather Service survey team determined that a tornado touched down Sunday in Aiken, another hit Burke and Richmond counties and a third hit Edgefield County.
By Travis Highfield

Con job at law firm to end criminal career

To put it in the words of the man who had trusted him like a brother, Richard Lee Owen is a really good con artist, one who honed his criminal skills for 45 years.

Boston in festive mood for marathon

BOSTON - The weather was cold and damp but the atmosphere festive at the running of the Boston Marathon, two years after pressure-cooker bombs exploded at the finish line.
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