The U.S. Open, the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup and the World Cup are all going on right now.
It can be hard to keep up with the events as... Read more
The judges of the annual Georgia Press Association newspaper contest put a number on what you already know: The news staff of The Augusta... Read more
This Friday will be the 70th anniversary of D-Day – the successful invasion of Normandy by the Allied Forces during World War II – that started... Read more
Spoiler alert: If you don’t want to know what is coming in Sunday’s edition of The Augusta Chronicle, stop reading now. Just move along;... Read more
Days of celebration. Markers of milestones. Time to stop and remember.
Such is May, with the pomp and circumstance of graduations both high... Read more
One of my favorite interview questions for would-be copy editors: What is your favorite AP style rule?
I also like to ask potential copy... Read more
Hold your Applause until the end.
The end of each weekend, perhaps. Or maybe the following week as each Thursday’s newspaper comes... Read more
Public meetings and open government. Two of the recurring themes in this past year of your glimpse into how and why the newspaper does what it... Read more
The Masters Tournament is a marvel that never ceases to amaze longtime patrons and first-time guests with its golf and beauty.
Although... Read more
The Augusta Chronicle has been covering the Masters Tournament since before it came into being.
Sunday’s editions, both print and... Read more