Rosa Harris Sanders Creque, whose funeral will be 11 a.m. Thursday in St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 1114 Twelfth St., was one of those remarkable people who touched literally hundreds of lives.
A man left prison Monday after serving two years for drug possession and other crimes, but he went directly to jail as the first inmate in Clarke County to violate a law that forbids prisoners from using cell phones and the Internet.
A fatal mobile home fire claimed the life of a Columbia County resident this morning.
ATLANTA - The Justice Department has ended its review of how Georgia courts handle the wearing of religious head coverings after court officials changed their policy.
The Edgefield County Sheriff's Office is asking for help locating an Edgefield man who is wanted on a charge of criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
On the heels of Thursday's job fair at the Henry H. Brigham Community Center, Augustas Goodwill Career Center is hosting a three-day career week.
Aiken County teachers are being furloughed five days as the school board approved budget cuts Tuesday in anticipation of possible state cuts in two weeks.
A North Augusta man was arrested Monday night after police said he caused a stir at the Ryans restaurant at 1275 Knox Ave. in North Augusta.
The third-longest-serving senator in U.S. history, Kennedy was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor in May 2008.
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