A former guard at Augusta State Medical Prison pleaded guilty Wednesday to smuggling drugs to inmates.
The Columbia County Board of Elections has set qualifying dates for candidates seeking to fill posts vacated by Kay and Charles Allen.
While staring at her nephew in his hospital bed, his head covered in stitches and his body a jigsaw of broken bones, Arlene Lewis is convinced someone out there is unable to sleep at night.
De'Monta Collins had no shortage of quirks, but the oddities were exactly what made him so special, said his mother.
The $22 million expansion of Fort Gordon's Post Exchange lost nearly 40 construction days this winter, but the project's manager said Wednesday that the new facility should be ready well ahead of significant job growth on post.
Augusta's Sand Hills, like many of the city's older neighborhoods, suffers from being a bit forgotten, despite being in the center of town.
Savannah River National Laboratory is seeking to boost partnerships with research universities in an effort to lead the world in scientific innovations to protect national security.
William Debow is named in a 38-count criminal indictment that accuses him of knowingly selling weapons to a convicted felon and to people who do not reside in Georgia.
Wiggins would oversee 16 schools and be responsible for supervising principals and staff, implementing academic programs and recommending policies to the superintendent.
Attorneys representing Augusta's mayor and commission have until 5 p.m. April 30 to respond to the complaint which seeks an injunction and to the plaintiff's request for a three-judge panel to hear their challenge to the election date.