With millions in cuts and staff working to balance the 2013-14 budget, there was disagreement among school board members Tuesday as to whether now was the time to purchase a $78,000 leadership assessment tool.
Soon after the media reported that bodies had been found in an undeveloped, wooded area of Walton Farms subdivision, police said they received calls to check a home that appeared to be another crime scene related to the first.
Pensola Parsons' new home is part of the Turn Back the Block program, which aims to rebuild Harrisburg through homeownership by rehabbing old mill housing with volunteers and homeowners like Parsons with a steady job who contribute at least 150 hours of sweat equity.
The second suspect in the brutal beating of a couple on Riverwalk Augusta proclaimed innocence Wednesday at his arraignment hearing.
Fort Gordon's 15,000 soldier population experienced the sobering effects of drunken driving in the post's annual Stand Down Safety Day.
Stanley L. Fields, 20, who shot a good Samaritan in the face, was sentenced to 45 years in prison Wednesday.
Barry Forde, the longtime associate director of Golden Harvest Food Bank, has died. He was 65.
National Guard teams from four states were hosted by Savannah River Site this week for terrorism response and natural disaster assistance training.
MAU Workforce Solutions is celebrating 40 years in Augusta by completing extensive renovations on its building at the corner of Greene and Fifth streets.
A funeral was held Tuesday for Deputy Alton Creech, who died in a motorcycle accident last week.