Despite a history of civil rights lawsuits and the back-end expense of jailing probationers for unpaid probation fees, the Augusta Commission is poised to extend a contract with Sentinel Offender Services for another year.
One of the country’s largest attorney organizations voted overwhelmingly Saturday for a resolution seeking the abolishment of the use of private, for-profit probation services.
President Obama is expected to announce his fiscal 2017 budget requests Tuesday, and opponents and supporters of the embattled mixed-oxide fuel project at Savannah River Site are expected to again keep a close eye on how the facility fares.
COLUMBIA - Pointing to an eminent domain conflict over a rail terminal in North Carolina, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce is warning against the effects of legislation that would bar pipeline giant Kinder Morgan.
Jackie Boatwright, who helped passed a state law that forces day cares to disclose whether they have liability insurance, met with U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson about getting similar legislation passed nationally.
Several residents of Quail Creek subdivision are seeking a permanent injunction along with damages for what they contend is a violation of noise and nuisance county codes at the South Belair Road business.
The cookies will be available Feb. 12 to March 6 at various booths in the community.
One person is dead after a head-on collision near Savannah River Site.
Rascal Flatts will be performing in Augusta this April.
Willie Nelson and Old Crow Medicine Show will headline event at Evans Towne Center Park.