In its first year running the Community Expo, the Fort Gordon Spouses and Civilians Club rolled out the red carpet for the hundreds of military personnel, civilians and contractors already moving to the area.
Seeing a need for care in Aiken, University Hospital is moving to add a Prompt Care in Aiken.
In another massive collaboration with a health care technology company, Georgia Regents Health System is entering into a $400 million deal with Cerner Corp. to provide all of its health care information technology.
The George W. Bush Institute announced Thursday it has selected the Augusta Warrior Project to participate in a national case study it's conducting to develop a "model of excellence" for assisting veterans in finding jobs, homes and an education.
A small group of business leaders, teachers, former students and a board of education member attended a ceremony Thursday celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sego Middle School.
Richmond County Sheriff's Office Lt. Lewis Blanchard clearly outlined the mission for the holiday weekend. "Our goal is to save lives," Blanchard said.
Enthusiastic members of the first Augusta Public Transit Citizens' Advisory Committee expressed hopes for the beleaguered service and elected officers at a first full meeting Thursday.
The Augusta Regional Collaborative Project hit a roadblock this week when a city inspector declared the Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce building unfit for occupancy until a first-floor restroom is installed.
Researchers at Georgia Regents University are investigating whether generic Viagra or antioxidants might help patients with cystic fibrosis exercise more.
City officials got closer to finalizing plans to change recently completed renovations at Augusta Municipal Building during a tense Wednesday meeting.