Recent employment figures show the racial gap between area law enforcement agencies and the communities in which they serve continues to shrink.
Leaning on a bookshelf in Jimmy Orr's two-story townhouse is a shadowbox from the Augusta National Golf Club celebrating his hole-in-one on No. 12.
Using the Zonar system, the school system hopes to compile data on route times to create more efficient routes and offer more security to more than 22,000 students and school system employees.
As school systems across Georgia start to overhaul their career, technical and agricultural education programs to fit the needs of local employers, they're being encouraged by tradesmen and contracting businesses alike to get back to basics.
U.S. Rep. Rick Allen says legislation House Republicans approved this week to balance the federal budget in fewer than 10 years through "meaningful" spending cuts "promotes greater economic opportunity for hardworking Americans and future generations."
Years of repair work on Thurmond Dam's spillway gates were completed this week, and the reservoir level will no longer be restricted below its full summer pool.
Robert Cope and his 29-year-old protégé Steven Black travel the Southeast within a 100-mile radius surrounding the Augusta area - from Columbia to Waynesboro - buying items for resale, for clients or for their own personal collections.
MCBEAN - Wary of downtown's tendency to spend their tax dollars somewhere else, a south Richmond County community didn't warm Thursday to the prospect of paying an additional fee for stormwater management.
As Paine College continues an aggressive fundraising campaign to turn around years of decline, the school’s most recent financial audit shows climbing debt and more revenue loss over the last fiscal year.
One of two runways at Augusta Regional Airport will be closed during the Masters Tournament as a safety precaution and to become a parking area for private jets.