Letter: Take advantage of river

It was suggested that I send a summary of some of my ideas for lifestyle and economic improvement in Augusta. Here goes:

We live on a big... Read more

Letter: Regulate firearms sanely

I would like to applaud Augusta Chronicle sports columnist Scott Michaux for his Dec. 16 column (“Tragedies won’t stop if we hide from... Read more

Letter: Trust hospitals with births

The increasing frequency of home deliveries fills me with fear for mothers and their babies (see The Augusta Chronicle, Dec. 16, “Special... Read more

Letter: Education requires values

Does The Augusta Chronicle really stand for conservatism?

Your editorial “A party in crisis” (Nov. 12) is mostly right. However, it... Read more

Guest Column: Azziz misjudged GRU decision 'by a mile'...

(Editor’s note: The following column, originally posted on the writer’s Facebook page as an open letter to Georgia Health Sciences University... Read more

Letter: Turn in 'tacky' for 'robust'...

It is difficult to remain aloof during the present controversy regarding the name chosen for the merged universities in Augusta.

I am not... Read more

Letter: Include 'Georgia' in name...

I am writing regarding the uproar over the recent naming of the merged institutions of Georgia Health Sciences University and Augusta State... Read more

Letter: Stay loyal to our university

Brad Usry’s letter (“Give GRU chance to grow,” Aug. 15) captured the importance of the decision to create another comprehensive research... Read more

Letter: Naming was huge mistake

Regarding the Aug. 12 editorial “What’s in a name? Everything!”: Nicely put. But I shall be a tad more blunt, as known by my peers.

Look to... Read more

Guest Column: Stroke Awareness Month: Quality of life after stroke is...


Every day in the United States, more than 2,000 people suffer a stroke. Stroke is also the leading cause of long-term disability in... Read more