The National Weather Service in Columbia says the threat of severe weather has left the Augusta area, but not before leaving behind some property damage Sunday.
The Richmond County Emergency Management Agency has drafted changes to emergency operating procedures. Overlooked, however, were several pages of emergency contact data riddled with inaccuracies.
Karen Williams was found with multiple stab wounds to her head and neck, while her body was wrapped in a thick white blanket and bound with tape.
Glenn O'Neill and his wife, Cara, hoped to have the $1.8 million in funds secured by Eliza's 5th birthday on Nov. 16. On Friday their foundation's GoFundMe campaign had finally surpassed its goal.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Last week we asked you to remember the days of train travel and the old Union Station. If you would like to share a memory, e-mail bill.kirby@augustachronicle.
An abandoned houseboat has been resting on the bank of the Savannah River, below the Fifth Street bridge, for more than 13 months.
Remember the days when the Second Amendment was more practiced than protested?
More than 800 volunteers served a hot meal to more than 2,000 homeless people at James Brown Arena on Saturday at the Bridge Ministry's annual Thanksgiving Dinner.
The inaugural tournament drew about 50 people, collecting about $1,500 in donations for the charity. On Sunday, 136 players took part in the 7th annual Pamela B. Childs Memorial at the International Disc Golf Center in Appling with a goal of raising more than $8,000.
I got up and out of my sickbed so I could write this column because it's almost Thanksgiving and time for the annual Turkey of the Year awards, the highlight of the holiday season.