LOUISVILLE, Ga. — There is a call that some men feel in their marrow, an aching pull that lures them away from other men and into the unknown. Bill Allen has been following it off-trail most of his life.
Ann Fox Smith, 47, was found in her home on Whitney Drive on April 25, 2008, after she failed to show up for work at Kennedy Middle School, where she had taught special needs students for 18 years.
In 1950, young women began to attend the Academy of Richmond County for the first time.
A crosswalk pole has been knocked over, leaving pedestrians unsure of when it's safe to cross 13th Street. Wires are exposed at the base.
Most local contests on the May 24 ballot are either nonpartisan - such as the Augusta Commission and judgeships - or are in districts where the primary winner prevails in November. Several incumbents have primary opposition this year.
ATLANTA - Construction work at Plant Vogtle is coming under the microscope to see who pays for going over budget: electricity customers or utility investors.
For the third year in a row, University Hospital earned a top grade for safety, but this time it was the only Augusta hospital to do so.
It's not easy to get high school students to read "Beowulf" - unless maybe the teacher plays a rap song to show how it corresponds with the boasts in the classic tale. That is one of the ways North Augusta High's Elisabeth Hardy tries to spark an interest in literature.
While Mercy Ministries' controversial rooming house in Harrisburg awaits a judge's decision about whether it should be shut down because of the city's accusations of fire, building and zoning code violations, conspiracy theories abound.
Profiles on 42 candidates running for elected office in Richmond and Columbia counties.