The Metropolitan Community Church of Our Redeemer raised enough money through a Go Fund Me account to install security cameras after two incidents stemming from its support for gay marriage.
For the second consecutive year, the State Charter Schools Commission has denied a local group's petition to establish an arts-infused charter school in Columbia County.
In an order filed Aug. 21, U.S. District Judge J. Randal Hall dismissed a number of claims against the school and police officers, but the claims on eight grounds survived the school's defense team's motion to dismiss.
A new study commissioned by the Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce estimates that noncounty residents pay up to 54 percent of sales tax revenue.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kimberly M. Esmond Adams has approved a scheduling order that outlines deadlines leading up to a hearing on Nov. 13 or “as soon as practicable thereafter.”
Federal lawmakers should work with the U.S. Energy Department to restructure the mixed-oxide fuel project at Savannah River Site, a former energy secretary recently told the Senate's top Democrat.
After his first health system board meeting, CEO and GRU President Brooks Keel said he met with University CEO Jim Davis about a week ago.
Columbia County Sheriff Clay Whittle said Thursday he will ask county commissioners to rescind and revise an ordinance meant to stem sales of stolen goods, which has been criticized as too broad.
William Few Parkway could see more commercial development in the near future.
ATLANTA - Just 25 acres would be enough space to cultivate all of the marijuana needed to treat the patients in Georgia, a California grower told a state commission Wednesday.