Long after the Red Carpet rolled up at Regal Cinemas, celebration of Thursday's Get On Up screening continued throughout Richmond County.
Richmond County Civil and Magistrate Court Presiding Judge H. Scott Allen ruled at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing for 20-year-old Alicia Manigault that her case would be bound over to a grand jury.
In a new evaluation tool released Thursday, the effectiveness of Georgia schools is no longer measured just by how many students pass standardized tests but also by how much individual growth students show.
Bigger is better, and that is why the consolidation that Georgia Regents University underwent is really part of a larger trend, President Ricardo Azziz said.
A South Carolina judge won't rule this week on the fate of North Augusta's Project Jackson after the plaintiff failed to submit a written proposed order by Thursday.
The officers of the Richmond County School Safety and Security Department returned to the classroom Tuesday, only this time, as students.
Nearly $4 million in federal grants have expanded education and training for nuclear science students at five local colleges to help meet workforce demands at nuclear sites in Georgia and South Carolina.
Many families crammed into the Augusta Graduation Achievement Center of Georgia computer lab during their open house on Thursday, with 70 students joining the program to gain a high school diploma at their own pace.
A man who fled a traffic stop and crashed his vehicle twice in a two-week period pleaded guilty to multiple charges Thursday.
Fire safety educator and public information officer Dee Griffin, an Augusta native with a background in TV news, is the new voice of the Augusta Fire Department.