Army veteran Henry Kent's new Action Trackchair has attachments for fishing, with a holder for his fishing pole and a built-in tackle box, but others can be outfitted with gunracks for hunting.
Thanks to a change at the Georgia Department of Driver Services, veterans no longer have to carry around bulky forms to prove they were in the military.
The Judicial Nominating Commisson sent Gov. Nathan Deal two candidates to replace Judge Jerry Daniel who died on Jan. 30 - Jackson E. Cox and Jesse C. Stone.
Former North Augusta city Councilman Thomas Scott Beck, 55, was confirmed this month as chairman of the seven-person state Workers' Compensation Commission.
Property at 511 Plesant Home Road in Augusta has been cleared to make way for a state-of-the-art health and rehabilitation center.
Lawrence Boyd Jr., 25, was charged Friday with possession of a handgun, theft by receiving stolen property, as well as possession and intent to distribute marijuana.
Business owners are hopeful a plan unveiled Thursday by Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree will change the perception of a dangerous downtown.
Nearly 900 firearms were lost or stolen from Georgia gun dealers last year, which ranks the state among the Top 5, according to federal data released this month.
Officials with the Richmond County Health Department acknowledged Thursday that public health employees improperly denied requests for information and attempted to bar photographs during a public meeting.
WAYNESBORO — The first time Daniel Rodriguez considered a career in law enforcement in the late 1980s, he turned it down because of the low pay. The second time, he was the victim of an armed robbery.