With the U.S. Senate scheduled to vote Monday on a bill to strip Planned Parenthood of taxpayer funding, more than 100 residents gathered Sunday for a prayer rally in front of the organization's downtown Augusta clinic.
Renardo Newton's life was cut short May 12, 2003, when he was found shot to death in a front yard on Old Savannah Road.
The future is that-away. Or at least it was 25 years ago in August 1990 when these North Aiken Elementary pupils were waiting for their first-ever school bus ride home.
Outside the gated parking entrance to the Cotton Patch Jazz & Blues Cafe, 801 Reynolds St., a brick column toppled over.
When former Richmond County Sheriff Ronnie Strength arrived for the dedication of the sheriff's office administration building in his honor Tuesday, he thought there were too many chairs under the tent. That's the kind of fellow he is. Humble and unassuming,
Olin Berry and his wife Harriett are one of 23 families in the South Carolina midlands who are "cooperative observers" for the National Weather Service.
Using data from local sheriff's offices and the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, The Augusta Chronicle found 46 active cases in the Augusta area.
ATLANTA - Gov. Nathan Deal's spokesman, Augusta native Brian Robinson, left the governor's office Friday to pursue a career in private industry.
Five months after the Richmond County Sheriff's Office organized a two-day cleanup, illegal signs are back on street corners, public rights of way and telephone poles.
Dr. Elizabeth Everitt, the superintendent of Aiken County schools since 2008, retired this week. She sat down to talk about her four decades in education.