Augusta mayor candidate Hardie Davis talks to Chronicle staffers during an interview in Augusta Friday morning April 18, 2014. Michael Holahan/Staff

Q&A with Augusta mayoral candidate Hardie Davis

An engineer, pastor and for seven years a state legislator, Sen. Hardie Davis says he'll bring legislative experience and the ability to compromise to city government if elected mayor May 20.
By Susan McCord

Mayoral candidates: Lori Myles

Lori Myles said she has advocated for the city since arriving by Greyhound Bus more than 30 years ago from Memphis, Tenn.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings April 14-21

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center April 14-21.

Prom season is underway

Prom season is here, and the young people are in formal dress as our slideshow photos show.

Weekly Richmond County crime map and database

Violent crimes during the week included 88 assaults in 11 emergency response areas of the city.

Player addresses junior golfers

Gary Player, who addressed the 54 participants in this week’s Junior Invitational at Sage Valley on Tuesday night, wants golf’s future generations to appreciate how good they have it.

Expensive Augusta homes for sale

Here are homes for sale, gleaned from AugustaRealEstate.com on April 23, that are in Augusta neighborhoods.

Augusta Outdoors

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Kirby's Augusta

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Augusta medical billing company moving to North Augusta

Medical billing company Medac, which has been in Augusta more than 20 years, announced plans to move to North Augusta.
By Nikasha Dicks

Police revise report on shooting

Police are investigating after they found a man this morning on Belair Road with what they initially believed was a gunshot wound to the head.

Editorial: A saner approach to mortgages

Isn't it about time we stopped letting Washington bureaucrats decide who can qualify for a mortgage?