A handful of west Augusta residents dropped by Mayor Hardie Davis' Thursday "office hours" event held at a new Washington Road deli.
ATLANTA - With a 6-2 vote Thursday, a Georgia House subcommittee advanced a bill that would allow students who attend magnet schools to play sports at the public schools they are assigned to.
ATLANTA - A bill to raise the age that children must reach before entering kindergarten in Georgia passed the state House but appears to face an uncertain future in the Senate.
The sudden pause in rezoning has left residents and industry leaders questioning whether a ban is a way to keep pace with developers and preserve the community’s high quality of life.
ATLANTA -- A representative of a national conservative group was at the Capitol Thursday calling for the end of the death penalty.
ATLANTA -- Georgia drivers pay an extra $7.9 billion yearly for the problems with roads and bridges across the state, according to a report released Wednesday by transportation advocates.
ATLANTA -- Members of the House and Senate education committees took turns Wednesday criticizing an executive from the College Board for having a liberal slant on guidelines it publishes for ...
A new stormwater fee and a personal travel policy will get a little more thought after the Augusta Commission referred both back to commission committees Tuesday.
Columbia County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to halt certain types of dense developments for six months while officials consider revisions to zoning ordinances.
Richmond County School Superintendent Angela Pringle and school board members voiced concern for Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s new “school opportunity zone” legislation Tuesday, with some saying ...
ATLANTA - Rep. Wayne Howard might have scored a policy victory even though the bill he authored never got a vote in a House subcommittee Tuesday.
The South Carolina Air National Guard is conducting air defense exercises Wednesday near Greenwood, McCormick and Newberry counties.
ATLANTA -- A pair of bills to legalize the sale of fireworks in Georgia ran afoul of critics Tuesday from medical and fire-safety groups, but the sponsors agreed to combine them and move forward.
ATLANTA -- Administrators, faculty and more than 30 students from the Medical College of Georgia's campuses around the state spent the day Tuesday rubbing elbows with legislators.
Mayor Hardie Davis' second "Office Hours" event outside city hall will be held from 5 p.m. to 6 pm. Thursday at Jason's Deli, 2907 Washington Road.