Turnout was light but enthusiastic for Augusta's first mall information session about the Nov. 3 sales tax referendum.
When Louise DeLaigle Reese died, she left one final mystery buried beneath the sexton building at Magnolia Cemetery.
Two months ago, veteran Stanley Martin had barely ever held a golf club before. But after an eight-week PGA HOPE course, Martin has established a swing, learned the fundamentals and built lasting friendships.
A limousine ride and walk down a red carpet, complete with photographers, might be more pomp than many teachers are used to, but Harlem Middle School Principal Carla Shelton said her teachers are worth pampering.
Adrianne Marcía Fernandez wants to get Augusta talking about sexual exploitation, and she's starting the conversation with young women in the community.
Darley America, owned by Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed, announced Wednesday that it would move its string of horses training at the Aiken Training Track by the end of September.
Georgia Regents Medical Center got a $40,000 grant this year to add another first-year pharmacy residency position but more are needed across the country, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists said.
The Georgia Milestones replaced the End of Course and Criterion-Referenced Competency standardized tests the previous school year, taking the form of an "end-of-grade" test for grades 3-8 and an end-of-course test for ninth grade and above.
While area schools are prepping for the upcoming year, administrators say they're keeping an eye on an area that could impact student achievement - crime.