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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

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

Moore: Flags try to say too much without our help

Our state flags are as offensive as any banner ever made because we can't figure out what they mean.
By Glynn Moore

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

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.

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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