By: Alan English on November 15, 2011 - 3:58pm - Add new comment

The Chronicle has tweaked the way its digital subscription works for augustachronicle.com access. More items are designated as premium content, but more premium pages can be sampled for free.

 

Access to the augustachronicle.com homepage, urgent breaking news, photos, video, databases, customer service pages and advertising sections (autos, homes, shopping and jobs) continues to be unencumbered. Those pages will not count as ‘premium’ views.  Everything else will.

 

By: Alan English on March 25, 2011 - 6:50am - Add new comment

The real challenge of the Masters is living up to the last year’s tournament. Returning golfers and defending champions know the feeling.

 

This is the 75th playing of golf’s most beautiful and formidable event – and the 25th anniversary of one of golf’s greatest moments, Jack Nicklaus’ sixth and final win at Augusta. Just after people say, “It can’t get any better than this,” it does.

 

By: Alan English on December 3, 2010 - 11:17am - Add new comment

Free for a limited time.



Digital access to The Augusta Chronicle's news stories - also available in a nifty iPad format in the coming weeks - is moving from being completely free to a subscription-based model.

By: Alan English on September 26, 2010 - 10:25pm - Add new comment

The end was the best.

 

The beginning was second best.

 

Everything between was wet.

 

By: Alan English on September 23, 2010 - 2:18pm - Add new comment

Don't expect me to beat many folks in the ESI Ironman 70.3 Augusta race this Sunday.

By: Alan English on August 4, 2010 - 12:09pm - Add new comment

The Chronicle is offering an innovative approach to online retail and sales. Businesses can utilize the strength of The Augusta Chronicle directly to sell high volumes of goods and services. Readers can purchase deals at 50-90% off regular prices at restaurants, spas, events and more.

The following announcement was sent to Chronicle employees:

"There's quite a deal for you and our community coming soon.

By: Alan English on March 17, 2010 - 7:08pm - Add new comment

Only a year ago we were laughing and calling each other’s news story ideas ‘crazy’ just before my move to The Augusta Chronicle. She could handle deadline pain easier than most. I can't believe she is gone.

By: Alan English on March 5, 2010 - 4:53pm - Add new comment

Hey Aiken!

An Aiken resident will head our South Carolina Bureau. North Augusta Today Editor Julia Sellers will take over the bureau chief job.