Stories by Susan E. Parr

Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013

Letter: Keep county competitive

Moving forward, we implore our commission to continue such restraint.
By Susan E. Parr

Wednesday, Aug 20, 2008

Augusta is on the path to continued progress

The headline of The Augusta Chronicle's lead editorial Aug. 14 -- "A defining moment" -- was a compelling and appropriate choice of words.
By Susan E. Parr

Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008

Study provides excellent start to expanding medical education here

In March 2007, the leadership of the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce, with many others in our community, sought to engage in greater dialogue and study on a proposed expansion of the Medical ...
By Susan E. Parr

Sunday, Jan. 13, 2008

The state water plan: What now for Augusta?

After three years of work, including participation by hundreds of professionals and concerned citizens, a final version of the Comprehensive Statewide Water Management Plan has been approved. Now ...
By Susan E. Parr

Sunday, Oct. 14, 2007

A water plan for Georgia's future - and Augusta's future as well

Likely no resource is more taken for granted in our region as water, nothing happens without it; our economy and our everyday lives are completely dependent on it. The time has come for us to ...
By Karen Chrjapin and Susan E. Parr

Sunday, Nov. 5, 2006

Support Richmond County education sales tax extension Tuesday

There is no more important issue than education. The impact of the quality of the instruction of our children crosses all boundaries of society, government and business. That is why the Augusta ...
By Susan E. Parr

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Census: Augusta young adults struggling

A new report shows that young adults in the area today are better educated and on average, earn more money than 30 years ago, but are far more likely to be unemployed, unmarried and living with ...
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