2017 Mirage continues great fuel economy

The 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage subcompact hatchback combines subtle restyling, more power, more features and gas-sipping performance in an economical package.
By Ann M. Job

DC Comics gains readers via Rebirth, return to basics

DC Comics is in the middle of a massive "Rebirth" - and so far, the babies are in the pink, while the company is in the black. The re-launching of the main DC superheroes under the Rebirth label began in June and continues.
By Andrew A. Smith

Chrissy Teigen offers new take on the caprese salad

The caprese salad of fresh mozzarella, basil and tomatoes is universally loved.
By Elizabeth Karmel

Large number of Georgia children can’t get dental care, researcher says

A Georgia Tech researcher said Monday that hundreds of thousands of Georgia children have problems getting access to a dentist in the state.
By Andy Miller

For healthy, forgiving cooking, try a foil pack in the oven

Try my foil-pack fish tacos to master some of the basics, such as layering the ingredients in order of how quickly they cook - the bottom will cook more quickly since it will be touching a direct heat source.
By Melissa d'Arabian

Area dancer is passing on her knowledge

When Kathryn McCormick left the Augusta area in 2008 with hopes of becoming a professional dancer, she had no idea where her journey would lead. 
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Tiny tiles becoming big trend

Blending art, architecture and design, mosaic tile is one of the oldest forms of wall and floor covering.
By Kim Cook

To celebrate the National Park Service's centennial, soak up rays on the sand

What you might find at a National Park Service beach: silky sand, miles of nearly empty strands, lush scenery, maybe even some wild horses. What you won't find: a carpet of sunbathers on towels and acres of concession stands.
By Jamie Lowe

Shopgirl: Google ready for face off with Duo app

FaceTime is by far the dominant mobile-to-mobile video call app, but Google wants to change that with its new Duo app.
By Gracie Shepherd

Gibraltar is historic port with more than monkeys

GIBRALTAR - Barbary macaque monkeys are the star attractions in Gibraltar. Still, this historic port town is steeped in military history around the landmark Rock of Gibraltar. The town wears its scars well with plenty to offer visitors.
By Brian Witte

Sid Mullis: Be on the lookout for armyworms

If you have a bermudagrass lawn or some variety of Bermuda or bahia pasture, you need to be on the lookout for armyworms because they can do their damage quickly.
By Sid Mullis

Articles from the Life section archive

Thursday, July 21, 2016

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

Sunday, July 17, 2016

13-year-old to skip middle, high school, will attend college

NAPERVILLE, Ill. - Like many of her peers, 13-year-old Kelly Li is buying supplies for the new school year that starts in August. However, unlike others her age, Kelly is not preparing for eighth ...
By Suzanne Baker

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Save for retirement without working a full-time position

About 80 percent of full-time workers have access to employer-sponsored retirement plans. But if you're not a full-time employee and don't have access to a workplace plan, you might be wondering ...
By Cameron Huddleston

Retirement savings urged

ALPHARETTA, Ga. - Malcolm Reid and Stewart Nelson-Reid, both 58, have been together for 18 years. They've had a blast - traveling, skydiving and riding roller coasters around the country. What ...
By Jenni Bergal

Shopgirl: Following celebs on Snapchat gets easier

If you're on Snapchat, and like to follow your favorite celebrities, there's a new feature that makes it even easier to find their official accounts.
By Gracie Shepherd

Changes to home of Girl Scouts founder upset Gordon family

Leigh Gordan Ashman and her siblings, along with members of the Gordon family spanning three generations and others, are concerned about the changes that have taken place in the house in the ...
By Mary Carr Mayle

Friday, July 15, 2016

Noah's Ark attraction opens to the public

Nearly six years after its highly publicized announcement, a northern Kentucky attraction based on the saga of a man who built a massive boat after getting an end-of-the-world warning from God is ...

Steele: Your outside must reflect your insides

Paul mentions forbearance, forgiveness and love as the kind of clothing that represents genuine Christian behavior. Wear it well.
By the Rev. Kevin Steele

Thursday, July 14, 2016

What Is It?

Did you recognize last week's 1940 Buick Eight Special, and do you know the make, model and year of this week's station wagon?
By Glynn Moore

Sid Mullis: Crape myrtles thrive on dreaded sun, heat

What would summers in Augusta be without our beautiful crape myrtles? They are one of the most useful flowering trees we have. They thrive on sun and heat, two things we are blessed with in great ...
By Sid Mullis

Monday, July 11, 2016

Your Story: When formal records fail, newspapers can save the day

You've interviewed your relatives. Diligently searched the databases online. Spent hours at the courthouse and archives combing through estate, military, and land records. But now the trail is ...
By Augusta Genealogical Society

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Property Transfers

Here are the Richmond County property transfers for June 17-28. The date indicates when the transfer was recorded in the clerk’s office.

Fort Ticonderoga going strong well into its 3rd century

Fort in New York state served as defender during the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War.
By Chris Carola

Several spots in Manhattan are linked to former treasury secretary's life, death

It's a battle royale trying to get a ticket to Broadway's top show, Hamilton, the historical hip-hop musical based on the life of first U.S. Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. So this is a ...
By Lee Howard

Documentary casts animal world's predators in new light

The Hunt, a seven-part documentary series from the creators of the landmark Planet Earth, presents the case for reconsidering predators as the bad guys of the natural world.
By Lynn Elber

Shopgirl: Latest in swimwear cuts flattering to all

Great swimwear brands, from J.Crew to ASOS, are diversifying their swimwear lineup and adding more kinds of cuts that lengthen legs and hide tummies - things most of us are looking for in a swimsuit.
By Gracie Shepherd

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Sid Mullis: Watering isn't always enough in high heat

Unfortunately, what I am about to write about is getting to be a column at least once every summer. I am talking about the extreme heat.
By Sid Mullis

What Is It?

Did you recognize last week's ill-fated Chrysler Norseman concept, and do you know the make, model and approximate year of this week's vehicle?
By Glynn Moore

2016 Cadillac Escalade adds safety, tech features

For $73,000 to $95,000, you can indulge your comfort in a Cadillac SUV.
By Ann M. Job

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

New music is Maxwell's strongest collection

Maxwell isn't all that concerned with timeliness. When the neo-soul pioneer launched his "BLACKsummers'night" trilogy in 2009, no one expected him to take seven years to release the next ...
By Glenn Gamboa

What Is It: 1955 Studebaker President Speedster

Did you recognize last week's 1955 Studebaker President Speedster, and do you know the make, model and year of this week's vehicle?
By Glynn Moore

Auto Recalls

Ford, Lincoln DETROIT - Ford is recalling more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the engines can stall without warning as a result of a fuel pump problem.

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.
 
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