The Augusta Exchange Club Fairgrounds smelled like sawdust and sounded like a construction site Thursday as high school students participated in the first East Georgia Workforce Development Alliance Skills Challenge.
Property owners paying their tax bill for the first time using a credit card might be surprised to find a fee of $20 or more, depending on the amount of their bill.
SafeHomes of Augusta broke ground Thursday on a larger facility that will allow the nonprofit agency to house more than twice the number of clients than its current shelter can hold.
For the past four Saturdays, beginning Oct. 25, families registered for the turkeys they will receive Monday at Dyess Park, 903 James Brown Blvd., beginning at 8 a.m.
Stallings Island Middle School was named a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School.
Bells will be ringing around Augusta through Christmas Eve as the Salvation Army holds its annual Red Kettle campaign.
NORTH AUGUSTA -- A fire on Womrath Road in North Augusta late Wednesday killed two people.
After discovering a spike in safety lapses and inadequate emergency response procedures at Savannah River Site, a federal nuclear safety oversight panel says the site's funding and personnel for emergency preparedness have decreased in recent years.
Wintery weather came early this year as a large cold front pushed across the area bringing record-breaking temperatures Wednesday and nearly the same Tuesday.
The fund is available for families of active-duty service members, including National Guard and Reserve, and veterans fewer than 10 years removed from the military.