An Augusta man who has served 18 years in federal prison on drug charges had his sentence commuted by President Obama on Thursday.
The rules ban all sales to those younger than 18 and require manufacturers to submit applications within the next two years. Retailers who mix the "e-liquid" used in the devices or alter the devices could be required to apply as manufacturers, according to FDA guidance.
Assistant District Attorney McKenzie Gray asked Judge J. David Roper to revoke Raymond Wright's bonds, arguing that he is a danger to the community and to women in particular.
According to the district's Facebook page, the incident happened on tracks at Hadden Pond Road in Waynesboro.
In a YouTube video viewed more than 70,000 times, the teen claims the Columbia County school system is retaliating against him.
Resolute Forest Products said Thursday that it will shut down one of the two paper machines at its manufacturing plant in south Richmond County, resulting in up to 95 layoffs and reducing the plant's capacity by nearly half.
After 18 months of discussion and due diligence, backers of a proposed data center at Sibley Mill on Wednesday announced they have entered into a long-term lease at the historic property alongside the Augusta Canal.
Starting Thursday the Richmond County Sheriff's Office begins an initiative to remove 500 illegal guns from the streets of Augusta.
One finding in a new Augusta Recreation master plan released Wednesday might surprise Augusta residents familiar with the city’s 60-plus parks and recreation facilities.
The CSRA Alliance for Fort Gordon, the region's military advocacy organization, announced Friday that retiring Executive Director Thom Tuckey will be replaced by a 32-year Army veteran whose last assignment was serving as senior enlisted adviser to Fort Gordon's commanding general.