Dr. Ricardo Azziz and his staff at the Medical College of Georgia have been working hard to transform the place in his first 100 days as president.
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philladelphia Phillies overcame a 4-0 deficit tonight to defeat the Cincinnati Reds 7-4.
ATLANTA — A federal judge has revoked the discharge of a 2009 bankruptcy of more than $3 million in debts by the daughter and son-in-law of Republican gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina Republicans are questioning a 1991 reckless driving ticket for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Vincent Sheheen.
COLUMBIA— When Nikki Haley left her $110,000-a-year job in April, the explanation was that she wanted to work full-time on her run for governor. Record show the departure wasn't so smooth.
ATLANTA -- A former legislative committee chairwoman learned today she will go to trial in April on the state charges of tax evasion that will have been pending against her for two years.
ATLANTA — The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the failure to properly screen workers at a Georgia nuclear construction site was a low-level violation of federal rules.
The four-story building at 967 Broad Street will be auctioned away to the highest bidder at 10a.m. Saturday.
A lack of funds is forcing Augusta commissioners to vote Monday on whether county employees will be required to take two furlough days before the end of the year
Two Savannah River Site contractors will face fines and other sanctions over a series of 2009 safety violations that included an acid spill and a crane accident in which a worker lost three fingers.
The Augusta Chronicle ©2016. All Rights Reserved.