Following the lead of fire departments across the state, the Augusta Fire Department has plans to introduce a reserve firefighter program by the start of summer.
The trial of a Dearing man accused in the 2011 slaying of his ex-wife who was dragged several miles after her death is scheduled for mid-January.
An Augusta man who killed two women in a drunk-driving crash has been paroled after serving half of a prison term imposed in 2003.
Columbia County planning staffers are working to keep three businesses in Liberty Square after research revealed a "number of permitted use irregularities" in the shopping center.
Investigator Kendall Brown is coordinator of the CSRA Metal Theft Task Force, which includes 65 agencies, and is the only full-time metal theft investigator in the state.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp warns individuals to do their research before giving to charitable organizations to ensure contributions help a worthy cause.
Dominique Scott, the owner of a tutoring company, alledgedly falsified financial documents to qualify as provider under the federal Supplemental Education Services program in 2010.
The Augusta Fire Department honored 36 new firefighters in a badge pinning ceremony at the Boathouse Community Center on Tuesday.
The Richmond County Superior Court petition filed Nov. 26 seeks restitution and income that Tammy Strange contends she would have received but for the illegal conduct of the defendants.
Brian Prince defeated Diane Evans on Tuesday to fill the vacated Georgia House District 127 seat.