A nearly-complete foot and bike trail along the Augusta Canal features the city's only suspension bridge opening views of the Savannah River and North Augusta.
After a February ice storm left deputies and firefighters without radio communications for extended periods, public safety officials want their own radio system.
Many in Lincoln County were in mourning after the weekend drowning of a teenager from a well-known family in Lincolnton.
Two Augusta commissioners are seeking an opinion from Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens on the city's disbursement of sales tax proceeds to non-profits.
A warrant to search a four-bedroom home in Hephzibah suspected of serving as an unlicensed personal care home for 18 people was issued recently.
Cleaning up abandoned meth labs is a common occurrence in Augusta motels, although there is no Georgia law requiring remediation.
Sometimes the biggest threat to a motorist isn't what's on the roadway, but what's off of it. From trees to bushes to signs to fences, it's whatever obstructs the view of oncoming traffic.
Columbia County sheriff’s investigators might never know what happened to Craig Fallaw outside a West Lake security booth Oct. 6, 1978.
What do you remember about the Miller Theater on Broad Street? It's shows? It's size? It's memories?
Confusing intersection and pavement markings along the Highway 56 construction zone on Old Waynesboro Road.