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Georgia Regents University President Brooks Keel participates in his first health system meeting at the GRU downtown medical campus in Augusta.

Georgia Regents, University see need for partners

After his first health system board meeting, CEO and GRU President Brooks Keel said he met with University CEO Jim Davis about a week ago.
By Tom Corwin
W.S. Hornsby Elementary School

Third-grader found gun in family kitchen

The third-grade pupil who accidently discharged a handgun in his classroom Tuesday found the weapon while exploring his family kitchen, police say.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Aug. 17-24

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Aug. 17-24.

We want to hear what Augusta means to you, from A to Z!

We're looking for the 26 things, by letter, people need to know about our amazing city.

Kirby: Headed up North?

Heading north for a later summer vacation? A reader shares a few insights.
By Bill Kirby

Five games to watch

Lincoln County is looking to bounce back in the famed “378 War” after losing the past three contests to its rival.

North Augusta offense confident, gets help from defense

The young and growing North Augusta offense has potential to get better, with assistance from defense.
By Wayne Staats

Thomson's Mance is Player of the Week

After rushing for 155 yards and three touchdowns, Thomson's Billy Mance is the Player of the Week.
By Wayne Staats

Savannah State University police investigate campus shooting

Savannah State police said a shooting took place late Thursday night near the student union on campus.

Police continue search for Gloverville suspect

GLOVERVILLE — Aiken County authorities are searching for a suspect in a pair of car break-ins Tuesday after a man matching the description of the suspect surrendered to police but was later released.

Weekly Crime Map

Richmond County | Columbia County

Editorial: Facts, not advocacy

How this presidential campaign is covered will go a long way toward deciding the country's future - and perhaps its fate.

US economy surged at 3.7 percent rate in second quarter

WASHINGTON - The U.S. economy staged a far bigger rebound last quarter than first thought, outpacing the rest of the developed world and bolstering confidence that it will remain sturdy in coming ...
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