Service disruption possible for Friday paper delivery

As predicted the greater Augusta area has been hit with a significant ice storm and conditions are expected to remain difficult throughout the day today and into Friday morning. As a result we anticipate disruption with Friday's deliveries of The Augusta Chronicle. The safety of our delivery truck drivers and carriers is our primary concern. 

As long as you have Internet access, however, as a subscriber you are entitled to -at no additional cost - all of our digital services, including 24/7 access to:

The Augusta Chronicle Web site
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E-Edition: The Augusta Chronicle E-Edition is an exact duplicate of the newspaper and can be viewed on your pc or laptop.
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iPad app: The Augusta Chronicle iPad app is an exact duplicate of the newspaper, plus it includes interactive features such as photos and video and social sharing.
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Addtitional iPad apps, published by several of our sister papers and available for download in the iTunes store, are also included in your subscription.
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iPhone app
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Android app
Download from Google Play

All you have to do is activate your All-Access digital subscription athttp://chronicle.augusta.com/subscribe/activate and start enjoying all of the benefits of being a subscriber.

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Subscriber Rewards

Activating your All-Access digital subscription also gives you access to offers and discounts for dozens of local businesses that can be used once a day per location in the form of a personalized printable coupon or download to your smart phone.

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We sincerely appreciate your patience during this weather emergency.

 

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