Officials in Georgia and South Carolina say changes are in the works that could reduce the number of children placed in group care facilities.
At least six cars in one Augusta neighborhood were damaged by what deputies believe to be BB guns.
Drivers with December birthdays are getting a reminder letter instead of a paper bill as the state continues to work through issues with vendors responsible for sending the bills.
Augusta personnel costs may increase as much as $7 million next year as the city adds and fills positions, implements raises and shoulders a $3 million hike in healthcare costs.
More than 100 John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School alumni, teachers and students are expected to gather to say goodbye to the old Davidson building on Telfair Street on Saturday, celebrating the former school's history and its contributions to Augusta's education field.
The 102nd Blessing of the Hounds - the formal start of the drag hunt season for the Aiken Hounds - featured about two dozen riders and about 15 hounds as hundreds gathered in Hitchcock Woods on Thanksgiving Day morning.
On Thursday, the Augusta Rescue Mission fed more than 500 people who wouldn't otherwise be able to enjoy a warm meal on Thanksgiving Day.
Local law enforcement agencies are advising holiday shoppers to beware the naughty if they plan to buy something nice this season, one of the worst times of the year for thefts from vehicles.