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Hugo still haunts 25 years later

When he remembers Hurricane Hugo, Rob Pavey thinks about the morning after, and how he couldn’t find even one radio station broadcast.

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.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Sept. 8-15

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

Uhles: Festival needs better flow

The growth of an event can be both inspiring and hard. It can lead to new highs as well as new challenges.

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.

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.

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.

Vogtle workers see both reactor projects

Some veterans of the nuclear industry were at the 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 back.
By Meg Mirshak

41-year-old murder case still unsolved

Carol Greggs was a 24-year-old Paine College professor who was planning to leave Augusta to return to her hometown in Calhoun County when she was killed in 1973.

Joey Logano wins at New Hampshire in 2nd Chase race

LOUDON, N.H. - Joey Logano pulled away on the restart to win a green-white-checkered finish Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and advance to the second round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup ...

Editorial: A century of service

The world could use more Rotarians. And this city should consider itself fortunate to have had them as long as it has.

Drugstores, retailers dive deeper into vaccines

The nation's biggest drugstores and other retailers are grabbing larger chunks of the immunization market, giving customers more convenient options outside the doctor's office.
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