Articles from the Life section archive

Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014

Shopgirl: Tory Burch's new book is amazing color story

Tory Burch, the designer who has brought us so many shoes and jewelry pieces and patterns and bags that we love, is set to release her book "In Color" later this month.
By Gracie Shepherd

Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014

Karin Calloway: Oatmeal Jam Bars

Bars combine best of oatmeal and a jar of jam or preserves to offer cool weather comfort.
By Karin Calloway

Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014

Records, memorabilia of WWII 'Long Rangers' are going online

SANTA FE, N.M. - The bullets and flak were coming fast. Tom Pelle, a 20-year-old tech sergeant, was pulling double duty as a machine gunner. That was 70 years ago, but he remembers the battle ...
By Susan Montoya Bryan

New gear can help ease older pets' lives

Just as there are lots of products to help ease the aches, pains and mobility issues of human old age, there are also such products for senior dogs and cats. 
By Kim Cook

Widow of Montford Point Marine receives his Congressional Gold Medal

PORT ROYAL, S.C. - America's first president and Master Sgt. George Jackson of Beaufort now share a special bond. Both men have been awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. On Thursday, Brig. Gen. ...
By Sarita Chourey

Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014

Amazon Fire TV, Roku 3 delve into stream-box gaming

ATLANTA - As gaming consoles such as the Xbox and the PlayStation diversify into video, social media and other non-gaming apps, it seems only fair that streaming TV devices start nudging into ...

West Virginia colorful in fall

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Autumn's arrival in West Virginia means the leaves and the weather will be changing - and the fun is just getting started.
By John Raby

Family gives Lady A ideas for song direction

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Lady Antebellum goes in a new direction for new CD.
By Kristin M. Hall

Lady Antebellum regains altitude

Lady Antebellum took off at jet speed with back-to-back multi-platinum albums in 2008 and 2010. Since then, while continuing to score radio hits, the trio's sales leveled out and started drifting ...

Mellencamp strives for age-appropriate sound

NEW YORK - John Mellencamp feels he has some impressive co-writers for his latest songs, including playwright Tennessee Williams and folk legend Pete Seeger. That they're both dead doesn't matter.
By David Bauder

Shopgirl: Post-It Plus app keeps all those little notes in one place

I love Post-It notes. They're quick, easy to organize, portable and (until now) impossible to beat with any high-tech option.
By Gracie Shepherd

Friday, Oct. 3, 2014

Church changes affliliation and gets new pastor

When the Rev. Patrick Darnell was installed Sunday as the new pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in North Augusta, it ushered in a new era for the church.
By Lisa Kaylor

Zambian students share culture, gospel

As a child, Oscar Kayombo knew he wanted to one day work for the Lord. When his pastor told him about the International Bible College of Zambia, he knew he wanted to go there to study.
By Lisa Kaylor

God knows all we are and loves us anyway

Some people are expressing misgivings, fearing that their privacy may be compromised when persons with questionable motives learn too much about them on social media. But did you know there is ...
By the Rev. G. Daniel McCall

Trust in God in the midst of turmoil

People with weak faith do not bother to have a quarrel with God. Questions can help build a bridge between ourselves and Him.
By the Rev. Gene Norris

Jewish, Muslim holidays observed

Yom Kippur begins at sundown today and will continue until sundown Saturday. The Muslim holiday Eid Al-Ad'ha, the Festival of the Sacrifice also is celebrated on Saturday.
By Lisa Kaylor

Annual Life Chain will be take place Sunday

On Sunday afternoon, people will gather across the United States and Canada to celebrate life and pray for the end of abortion. People in about 1,550 cities and towns are expected to participate ...
By Lisa Kaylor

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014

Amos Lee concert moved to James Brown Arena

Because of the threat of bad weather Friday night, the five-act bill has been moved indoors.

Plant species tulips for early color

Large, goblet-shaped blooms make a colorful springtime splash grouped in beds and pots. But those hybrids are softies compared to their wild ancestors - species tulips growing in unforgiving sites ...
By Dean Fosdick

Jaguar stolen 46 years ago returned to owner

LOS ANGELES - Forty-six years ago, Manhattan lawyer Ivan Schneider bought himself the Jaguar convertible that would feature in a most unusual tale of unrequited love.
By Justin Pritchard

What Is It?

Did you recognize the 1951 Nash-Healey sports car in last week's photograph, and do you know the year, make and model of the car you see this week with the side window rolled down?
By Glynn Moore

Photos give glimpse into Stevens Creek Dam's history

The Stevens Creek Hydroelectric Dam, completed in 1914 off Stevens Creek Road, is a hidden Columbia County landmark of sorts that has quietly produced electricity for 100 consecutive years while the rest of the world has changed around it.

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 Aug. 27-28. The date indicates when the transfer was recorded in the clerk's office.

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Georgia to monitor potential Ebola travelers

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