Burgers feature Asian flavors, mushrooms

In grilling season, there's probably no food more popular than burgers. And while many kinds of burgers have become mainstream, from turkey to tuna to vegetarian, beef remains king.
By Katie Workman

Cooking on Deadline: A Summer Berry Fool for berry gluttons

When berry season arrives and they become much more affordable, my family and I turn into berry gluttons.
By Katie Workman

The real hunt: Fans search for places in Japan featured in anime

TOKYO - Everyone's surprised that "Pokemon Go" is getting people out from behind their screens and out of the house.
By Linda Lombardi

Weeklong camp aims to increase number of women firefighters

ASHLAND, Mass. - Firefighting is largely a man's world, but one suburban Boston firefighter is among a few women trying to change that
By Mark Pratt

Shopgirl: Vevo makes finding music videos easier

Bring back the days of MTV when the first time you experienced a song was through the music video - Vevo just released a major rebuild of their mobile app so that you will never have to search for the official music video for a song ever again.
By Gracie Shepherd

How 'Pokemon Go' went from prank to phenomenon

SAN FRANCISCO — All it took was a prank to hatch a mobile video game that has turned into a cultural phenomenon.  
By Michael Liedtke

2016 Nissan Sentra has features above its price point

For 2016, the Sentra looks more like the larger Altima and rides better this year.
By Ann M. Job

Sid Mullis: Many Argentine ant baits available

There are numerous species of ants out there and of course there are fire ants, but what many of you are dealing with most of the time is Argentine ants. They are commonly known as sugar ants.
By Sid Mullis

Solo trips for women have numerous benefits

The act of a woman packing a bag and going on a solo trip is no longer news.
By Jamie Lowe

City guide offers tips for visitng Rio during Olympics

With the Olympics just a few weeks away, Brazil faces a litany of problems: an economy in freefall, the Zika virus and a political crisis with an impeached president. But for those brave - or foolhardy - enough to make the trip, Rio de Janeiro is a city rich with potential rewards.
By Jenny Barchfield

Articles from the Life section archive

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Violin-making in Italy is serious business

The craft of making stringed instruments is thriving in Italy, a country known for its love of beauty and long history of violinmaking.

Friday, July 1, 2016

'Mud people' honor saint, recall miracle

BIBICLAT, Philippines — The “Taong Putik” or “mud people” festival in Bibiclat village in northern Nueva Ecija province dates back to the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, according to ...
By Bullit Marquez

CBS reporter traveling to 59 parks in year in celebration of centennial

Conor Knighton didn't take the easy route when he proposed a CBS Sunday Morning story on the National Park Service's centennial.
By David Bauder

Thursday, June 30, 2016

What Is It?

Could you identify last week's 1956 Ford Thunderbird by the dashboard and steering wheel, and do you know this week's vehicle? It's a tricky one, but we want you to tell us all about it.
By Glynn Moore

Auto Recalls

DETROIT - Fiat Chrysler is adding 13,000 Maseratis to a recall of vehicles with confusing gear shifters like one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin.

Sid Mullis: Time to watch for the trouble with tomatoes

Tomatoes have been coming in recently for early gardeners while others are just starting to harvest them. It is also the time of year when we start seeing different problems with the tomato plants ...
By Sid Mullis

Medicine Today: Research compares community to obesity

In our busy lives, being physically active can be difficult. Because exercise is linked to lower rates of diabetes, heart disease and stroke, the American Heart Association recommends at least 30 ...
By Anant Mandawat

Shopgirl: Facebook could offer filters similar to Snapchat

There's some info floating around that Facebook Live, the streaming option housed within Facebook that is trying to compete with Periscope and Snapchat, will soon have filters.
By Gracie Shepherd

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Make yourself brighter with information on new light-bulb terminology, LEDs

Anyone who has stood in confusion in the light-bulb aisle (and that's most of us) knows that technology and the push to save energy are continuing to flip the script on home lighting options.
By Michelle Locke

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Property transfers

Here are the Richmond County property transfers for June 9-16. The date indicates when the transfer was recorded in the clerk's office.

Shopgirl: San Pellegrino quenches thirst for adventure

San Pellegrino, the maker of the sparkling fruit drinks in the pretty cans, has recently released an app and it's actually kind of amazing.
By Gracie Shepherd

Veils trendy again inthis wedding season

When it came to bridal headpieces, the last decade featured glitzy (and often ostentatious) fascinators, birdcages, cloches and some too-busy barrettes.
By Elizabeth Wellington

By the Book: Crews' 'strange, sad' life recounted

The late author Harry Eugene Crews was born in Bacon County, Ga., to a family of tenant farmers so poor that, according to Crews, "there wasn't enough cash money in the county to close up a dead ...
By Karin Gillespie

Premium pet foods gain popularity

Imagine a warm, fragrant entree of oven-baked chicken with whole-grain brown rice, steamed yellow squash and pan-wilted spinach. Or slow-roasted leg of lamb with pearl barley, broccoli and crispy ...
By Kim Cook

Couples work out custody for their pets

When Tricia Lerdon and her husband separated, they had to figure out how to share their beloved dachshund, Jetson. "One of us giving up the dog?" she said. "That wasn't even a conversation."
By Melissa Kossler Dutton

New pet pal could be too much

NEW YORK - The middle-age woman had brought a friend with her to the animal shelter for moral support. They sat together on a bench, soft-spoken and red-eyed.
By Laura Grimmer

Dogs have life stages like humans

Everyone says it: One year for a dog equals seven years for a human. But like a lot of things everyone says, it's wrong. Dogs do have life stages a lot like humans', but the math isn't that ...
By Linda Lombardi

Column: Discipline is needed for all, whether in church or out

Discipline; that word usually brings horrible pictures to mind whenever you mention it, especially to a child. No child likes to be disciplined, and as a matter of fact, neither do adults. ...
By the Rev. James Cole

Churches to reconcile decades-old divide

Two decades after an ugly split, two churches will come together Sunday to bury the hatchet, but not to unite.
By Lisa Kaylor

What Is It?

Did you identify last week's 1963 Pontiac Catalina Safari statiion wagon, and can you tell us what this week's car is?
By Glynn Moore

Find property transfers online

You can now search the most recent information available to see what properties have sold in Augusta. In the database, you can search for property sales back to 2005.

Property transfers

Here are the Richmond County property transfers for June 29. The date indicates when the transfer was recorded in the clerk’s office.
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