City Ink


City Ink: A guide to the May 24 election

With the election only two days away, I’m going to give you my two cents on some of the races.

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City Ink: Candidates stick to script at forum

At the CSRA League of Women Voters forum last week, everything was pretty much what you’d expect. The Democratic candidates... Read more

City Ink: Conspiracy theories arise over Mercy Ministries case

While Mercy Minis­tries’ controversial rooming house in Harris­burg awaits a judge’s decision about whether it should... Read more

City Ink: Past comes back to blast rain tax

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

At last week’s citizens uprising against... Read more

City Ink: More money thrown at stormwater fee

Augusta Commission members voted last week to spend almost a million dollars for consultants to do what should have been done... Read more

City Ink: Local attorney rightly cleared

If every week were Masters Week 2016 in Augusta, the sun would shine every day, and when it rained it would be... Read more

City Ink: Rain tax is drawing many complaints

Drip. Drip. Drip. Is that the sound of the city’s rain tax going down the drain, or is it the blood of Augusta taxpayers being... Read more

City Ink: James Brown Plaza loses its shade trees

Four large trees on the James Brown Plaza aren’t singing, I Feel Good.

Recent efforts to upgrade... Read more

City Ink: Switch to online viewing doesn't change commission...

Sister June is coming for a visit, and I was too busy cleaning house to drive in for last week’s Au­gusta... Read more