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Monday, Dec. 9, 2013

Where you live

GRU student Vincent Ceyssens makes his way through the foggy Summerville campus past a tree adorned with picture frames.
By Michael Holahan

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013

Boating weather

Two men in a boat cruise past the expansive Thurmond Dam spillway during a warm Wednesday afternoon in Clarks Hill, S.C.
By Michael Holahan

Monday, Dec. 2, 2013

Where you live

A mocking bird takes a break atop the Fort Cornwallis memorial behind St. Pauls Church.
By Michael Holahan

An artist's touch

Jace McTier paints a mural on the 15th Street overpass that spans Wrightsboro Road in Augusta. The mural is being composed by volunteers and expected to be completed by Christmas.
By Michael Holahan

Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013

Where you live

Sean Poppy, of the Savannah River Ecology Lab, shows students at North Augusta Middle School a 1-month-old baby alligator during a special class with the lab's Outreach Program.
By Michael Holahan

Monday, Nov. 25, 2013

All bundled up

Bridget Fields prepares herself against the cold weather at Dyess Park in Augusta Monday. Today's forecast is rainy, high 56 and low 59.
By Michael Holahan

Where you live

Workers install the city Christmas tree at the Augusta Common. The tree lighting will be held Dec. 7.
By Michael Holahan

Monday, Nov. 18, 2013

Where you live

Theola Melton (left) and Classie West set up candles and hang greens at Tabernacle Baptist Church on Monday morning. 
By Michael Holahan

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013

Where you live

Pedestrians and bicyclists take in the sight of the Savannah River near the Savannah Rapids Pavillion in Martinez.
By Michael Holahan

Monday, Nov. 4, 2013

Celebrating women

Women on Paper artists Lauren Kerbelis (left) and Karen Banker (right) hang their works at the Sacred Heart Cultural Center as part of the group's 25th anniversary celebration.
By Michael Holahan

Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013

Where you live

Kevin Matson hangs around in his hammock at Aqueduct Park near the Augusta Canal.
By Michael Holahan

Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013

That's one big bug

Georgia Regents University student Angelo Gill walks past a large insect sculpture that was created by fellow student Erin Dukes on display near Forest Hills Golf Course.
By Michael Holahan

Friday, Oct. 25, 2013

Where you live

Russell Romanella, the director for safety and mission assurance at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, speaks to North Augusta High School students about NASA's current human and robotic exploration ...
By Michael Holahan

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013

Playing it safe

Maurice Greening wears "Fatal Vision" goggles that simulate what alcohol intoxication is like while walking around obstacles carrying an egg on a spoon at the GRU Summerville campus.
By Michael Holahan

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013

Where you live

Wendy Warner plays cello and is accompanied by Irina Nuzova on piano during the Tuesday Music Live music series at Saint Paul's Church in Augusta. The next concert is at noon on Nov. 5 and ...
By Michael Holahan

Monday, Oct. 21, 2013

Where you live

A mockingbird walks on a snowflake Christmas decoration mounted onto a street light at Riverwalk Augusta. For more holiday fun, check out the Nov. 14 edition of Applause.
By Michael Holahan

Friday, Oct. 18, 2013

Where you live

Supreme Court of Georgia Presiding Justice P. Harris Hines (right) swears in attorneys at the Savannah Rapids Pavilion. (From left) Lawyers Helen Yu, Shawn Hammond, Joan E. Smith and Sandra ...
By Michael Holahan

Monday, Oct. 14, 2013

Where you live

Eight-month-old Tristan Burkett searches for the perfect pumpkin out the many offered at Marvin United Methodist Church's yearly Corner Pumpkin Patch in Martinez. 
By Michael Holahan

Friday, Oct. 11, 2013

Where You Live

North Augusta High School cheerleaders Anna Huff (left) and Paige Holloway, both 16, wear costumes during the school's homecoming pep rally. It's a tradition for junior cheerleaders to wear silly ...
By Michael Holahan

Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013

Where you live: Children's stories

Cleve Walker, of WAFJ-FM radio, reads a book called Choo Choo Clickety Clack to children at the Augusta-Richmond County Public Library.
By Michael Holahan

Top headlines

Post exchange construction loses 40 days to winter

The $22 million expansion of Fort Gordon's Post Exchange lost nearly 40 construction days this winter, but the project's manager said Wednesday that the new facility should be ready well ahead of ...
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