Rant to the Canal Authority. Established in 1989, members were to be replaced by March 31, 2002. Some must be glued to their chairs and mummified; they are still there.
People participate in a Baptiste-inspired Power Vinyasa Yoga class led by instructors from Dancing Dogs Yoga at Yoga in the Park, a free event featuring six classes at Pendleton King Park.
Don't forget your hygiene in the bathroom, because you're putting the touch on us and our food later on.
On a mild September day in 1820 an Augusta laborer, anonymous to history, was cutting wood on the banks of the Savannah River. That was when he glanced toward the water and saw something remarkable.
Newspaper reporters are sometimes known for their determination. Sometimes that means asking one more question. Or calling one more source. Or writing just a little past deadline to get the story.
ATLANTA - State officials expect adding photos to food stamp cards will cost Georgia more than $7.7 million next year.
ATLANTA - If Georgia is any measure, it will take years for Americans and companies vying for investment through crowdfunding to get comfortable with the practice.
CHARLESTON, S.C. - The Category 4 hurricane struck 25 years ago Sunday, claiming 13 lives in South Carolina – out of 49 total killed – and causing $7 billion damage on the U.S. mainland, most of it in the state.
A review of some from our area who have passed away this year including Columbia County historian Bill Blackard (pictured here.)