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North Augusta City Administrator Todd Glover (left) talks about Project Jackson to council members at the North Augusta Municipal Building. The city's portion of development costs is now $70.5 million up from $58 million.

Council gets update on Project Jackson financials

City Administrator Todd Glover said North Augusta has done everything it can to lay the groundwork for Project Jackson, and that it’s time for developers to deliver.
By Mike Rosier

Battle over sales tax plays out online

Augusta has entered the digital age in politics with Secure Au­gusta’s Future, Say No to SPLOST Augusta, One Tax Over the Line and iloveaug.org.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Aug.24-31

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Aug. 24.-31

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.

Gold Cross touts free services given to city

Gold Cross CEO Vince Brogdon e-mailed commissioners and city employees scores of free services and other benefits he said Gold Cross provides at no charge to Augusta.
By Susan McCord

NFL hall of famer seeks home for staffing agency

Former NFL player Jerome Bettis toured three hospitals in Augusta on Monday and said he came to the area to look at possible sites for his new online employee sharing company Job Pool.
By By Jenna Martin

SC lawmakers want MOX study documents

Members of South Carolina's congressional delegation have asked the U.S. Department of Energy to turn over all notes related to an independent cost analysis of Savannah River Site's mixed-oxide fuel fabrication facility to determine whether the federal agency interfered with the study.
By Wesley Brown

Weekly Crime Map

Richmond County | Columbia County


Editorial: Massively untenable

We need an immigration system that puts the country first.
Connor Threlkeld

Don't Tow Me, Bro

SimpleDollar

Anchor Prices and You

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