North Augusta to pay in Project Jackson suit

City Administrator Todd Glover has said the city spent about $250,000 fighting the suit. 
By James Folker

Doctor part of effort to improve response to mass casualties

Dr. Gina Piazza is helping to lead a task force to suggest better ways for emergency departments to respond to events like the nightclub shooting in Orlando but says it still doesn't have the tools it needs to gather that information.
By Tom Corwin

Pride events draw crowds downtown

Many came to Augusta Pride's annual parade and festival Saturday for different reasons.
By Mike Wynn

Competition gives rowing club reason to celebrate

The Columbia Rowing Club took a break from the worries of rebuilding Saturday by participating in the USRowing Southeast Regional Championship at Lake Olmstead.
By David Lee

City Ink: A city where it pays to leave

Augusta Commission members are at it again, giving away more of your money for severance pay for employees that they just want to go away and even those who leave voluntarily.
By Sylvia Cooper

Chronicle wins 7 Georgia AP awards

The Georgia Associated Press honored The Augusta Chronicle on Saturday with seven awards for news reporting efforts in 2015, including first-place honors for deadline reporting, sports writing, best Web site and best picture story.

New laws in Georgia set to take effect July 1

ATLANTA - July kicks off the new year for state government, and it's also the first day for dozens of laws passed by the General Assembly.
By Kathleen Foody

The Way We Were: The Railway Express Agency

In the days before anyone considered parcel delivery by drone, there was the Railway Express Agency.
By Bill Kirby
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I HAVE WRITTEN to the Cracker Barrel company many times in the interest of placing a Cracker Barrel at I-520 and Peach Orchard Road. They have responded each time. They are waiting for someone in authority to work with them.

Kirby: Efforts aims to get rid of $100 bill

Search for graduate's gift leads to unknown facts about $100 bill.
By Bill Kirby

Unity March comes to Augusta

Community members take part in the Unity March against youth violence, child abuse, child trafficking and bullying in Augusta.
By Todd Bennett

U.S. Judge Royal, of Ga., changing status

U.S. District Court Judge Ashley Royal, of Macon, will take senior judge status in the coming months, The Telegraph newspaper reports.

Officials work to prevent repeat of dueling rallies

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Lawmakers in South Carolina want to regulate events at the state Capitol in an effort to avoid the chaos of last July, when opposing hate groups held overlapping rallies and overwhelmed a massive police presence.
By Seanna Adcox
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Chronicle wins 7 Georgia AP awards

The Georgia Associated Press honored The Augusta Chronicle on Saturday with seven awards for news reporting efforts in 2015, including first-place honors for deadline reporting, sports writing, best Web site and best picture story.
 
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