Augusta's annual arts festival returns with new additions expected to add a fresh twist on the three-day celebration.
A South Carolina judge won't reconsider his ruling in favor of North Augusta's Project Jackson development.
Dianne Lewis named the Augusta area's resident chaplain of the year.
The "Go Downtown" initiative aims to foster a downtown environment that welcomes the college community and creates business for merchants. The event is held every third Thursday of the month during the school year.
Richmond County Civil Court Presiding Judge H. Scott Allen found probable cause existed to send the case against Robert Anderson Jr., 49, to the grand jury.
Maj. Michael J. Donahue, who served at Fort Gordon from September 2010 to July 2012, died Tuesday in Kabul of wounds suffered from an enemy attack.
The Grovetown-based haunted house, Nightmare Plantation, released a statement on its Web site saying the attraction is taking the year off because of damage from February's ice storm.
The "Stop the Violence: Honest Conversation" forum at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Augusta let people vocalize their views on domestic violence and police relations in the black community.
While former Augusta commissioner Donnie Smith's statements to Georgia State Patrol investigators likely can't be used against him, the state Office of the Inspector General continues to conduct an independent probe.
As Heritage Academy celebrated the $2.5 million worth of renovations to the school, its executive director gave credit to those who helped make it possible.