ATLANTA - Eager to campaign, Georgia lawmakers will wrap up an unusually quick legislative session Thursday, likely making decisions on where people can carry firearms and whether to allow a medical marijuana program.
The recent ice storm took down dozens of trees at Augusta Municipal Golf Course, which has seen its membership drop to 35 since a private management fiasco in 2011.
Belmont Stakes winner Palice Malice was honored Sunday as the Aiken-trained Horse of the Year.
For Mark Verbeck, the nation's commercial nuclear revival represented a promise too formidable for it to go on without him.
A tree is leaning on a telephone line off Deans Bridge Road between Barton Chapel Road and Wal-Mart. Drivers fear that branches will fall on pedestrians, the road or a passing vehicle.
The annual St. Patrick's Day parade is scheduled at 2 p.m. at James Brown Arena, following its traditional route down Telfair Street to 11th Street and finally down Broad Street.
ATLANTA -- Many of the headlines coming out of the legislative session this year about Obamacare, Common Core, guns and "medical marijuana" might give a false impression that job-creation bills are nonexistent.
The Augusta Chronicle asked a sample of minimum wage workers to explain what its like to live off these wages. These are their stories.
COLUMBUS, Ga. - Howard "Bo" Callaway Sr., a former Georgia congressman, Army secretary and one of the founders of Callaway Gardens, died Saturday. He was 86.
Death certificates, probate judgments and estate records obtained by The Augusta Chronicle show the depth of Grover Tuten's alleged theft from the dead during his time as Richmond County coroner.