Stories by Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord

Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015

Spending in Hyde Park project questioned

The city is unable to account for nearly a quarter-million dollars on the troubled Hyde Park relocation project, based on invoices it provided to The Augusta Chronicle.
By Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord

Monday, Oct. 20, 2014

Court probation deal before city panel

Augusta commissioners are to vote Tuesday on extending a contract with the private probation company that is ground zero for a legal battle over private, for-profit probation companies.
By Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014

39 become new citizens

The naturalization ceremony in U.S. District Court brought 39 new citizens into the American family, the largest group locally to take the oath in more than three decades.
By Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord

Monday, April 21, 2014

Suit would stop May elections

The lawsuit, filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, seeks an injunction against the city and a finding that the change in election dates violates the Voting Rights Act.
By Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord

Friday, Feb. 14, 2014

Crews still repairing storm damage

The treacherous tangle of power lines and tree limbs left in the wake of Winter Storm Pax will continue through the weekend for many Augusta area residents.
By Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord

Monday, June 17, 2013

Heery has record of contributions to politicians

Augusta commissioners, poised to vote Tuesday on extending Heery International's contract, deny the company's campaign contributions and gifts are "pay to play" handouts, but Heery's conduct in ...
By Sandy Hodson and Susan McCord
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Health insurance costs spike

ATLANTA -- Many Georgians could face double-digit increases in their health insurance premiums next year, based on initial rates sought by insurers.
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