You Remembered: The big snow of 1973

Editor's note: We asked your memories of Augusta's record snowfall of 1973.

Head Start volunteer wins area, state honors

Firefighter Anthony Moody was named Head Start Par­ent of the Year in the CSRA in 2015 and was described as “being an instrumental part of daily activities at Silas X. Floyd.”
By Doug Stutsman

1998 killing of Westside High student still unsolved

Eugene Crawford, 19, was found shot to death Nov. 21, 1998, near the Butler Manor subdivision.
By Doug Stutsman

The Way We Were: Haunted Pillar

One of local history's worst storms hit Augusta 138 years ago today and left us with a landmark: the Haunted Pillar at the southeastern corner of Broad and Fifth.
By Bill Kirby

Pardon our mess: Lot at 825 Fenwick St.

Deep ruts and puddles score a vacant lot many people use for parking near the judicial center.
By Susan McCord

Raises for some city employees still unexplained

Environmental Services Director Mark Johnson and nine other landfill staffers received hefty raises never presented to the commission.
By Susan McCord

Costumes highlight Augusta Table Tennis Classic

The Augusta Table Tennis Classic entertained those in attendance with dinner, dancing and socializing while they took in a competitive table tennis tournament Saturday night.
By David Lee

January a big month for burglaries

Since 2011, January has been in the top five months for most burglaries. In three years - 2011, 2012 and 2014 - January held the top spot. Last year, January came in fourth with 154 burglaries.
By Bianca Cain Johnson

Two city employees off to greener pastures

Two city of Augusta employees plan to be watching the Super Bowl next year somewhere other than Augusta.
By Sylvia Cooper
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Rants & Raves

It doesn't matter if the Augusta commissioners meet in public or behind closed doors - they will still embarrass us and squander our tax money.

Moore: Say it with sand on Valentine's

Sand is billions of years old, so show your loved one you think of her when you register a grain of sand in her name.
By Glynn Moore

Ga.man has made every Super Bowl

Sometimes nine yards in a football game isn’t enough for a first down, but for Larry McDonald it was pay dirt to a bonanza at Sunday’s 50th Super Bowl.
By Wayne Ford

Notable area deaths of 2015

A review of some from our area who have passed away this year including LaRue Mangelly  (pictured here.)
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