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John Jones, a specialty builder from Langley, S.C., holds a brick from the 18-foot-tall wood-burning stove at the old Bath Mill, a paper plant that later became a textile facility and operated for decades until closing in 1985.

Man unearths history of Bath paper, textile mill 

A smokestack and rusty water tower rise above piles of rubble where John Jones has spent years using a backhoe to excavate brick tunnels, aqueducts, walls and other remnants of Bath Mill, a paper plant dating to the mid-19th century that was converted into a successful textile plant.
By Meg Mirshak

Young's bid start of political moves

Former mayor Bob Young’s announcement in City Ink that he would run for the Dis­trict 123 Georgia House seat started the ball rolling in Augusta-area political circles.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings June 22-29

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center June 22-29.

Notable area deaths of 2015

A review of some from our area who have passed away this year including Coach Bernard Morgan (pictured here.)

Weekly crime map, database

A total of 244 crimes tracked by The Augusta Chronicle were reported to the Richmond County Sheriff's Office during the past week.

Video: Kirby's Augusta

City wants more goats for detention pond program

Almost four months since dogs massacred eight of Augusta's grass-eating goats, the herd is back up to 10 with plans to expand.
By Susan McCord

Weekly Crime Map

Richmond County | Columbia County


Carli Lloyd's hat trick helps Americans win World Cup

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Carli Lloyd scored three times as the U.S. burst to a four-goal lead in the first 16 minutes, and the Americans overwhelmed defending champion Japan 5-2 on Sunday.

Editorial: Sickening crimes

This page would welcome the strongest punishment the law allows if these seven are found guilty of the months-long crime spree.

Social media password case breaks new ground

After losing ownership of his suburban Houston store in bankruptcy, Jeremy Alcede spent nearly seven weeks in jail for refusing a federal judge's order to provide the new owner with the passwords ...
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