The Augusta Museum of History invited nine individuals and bakeries to make gingerbread houses based on historic buildings in the Augusta area.
Visitors at North Augusta's Living History Park were given a look at what it was like for colonists during the holiday season at Christmas in the Backcountry.
No one knows who left Delphine Brown to die on the side of Laney-Walker Boulevard in July 1997. Investigators aren't even sure how she got there.
Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis will use Twitter to hold a live chat with residents on Cyber Monday.
Officials in Georgia and South Carolina say changes are in the works that could reduce the number of children placed in group care facilities.
From the outside, the house at Davant Street and Middleton Drive looks just like its neighbors. A sign in the front yard that reads "Muslim Community Services of Augusta" gives away its higher purpose: a social services outreach to help the needy.
At least six cars in one Augusta neighborhood were damaged by what deputies believe to be BB guns.
Drivers with December birthdays are getting a reminder letter instead of a paper bill as the state continues to work through issues with vendors responsible for sending the bills.
Augusta personnel costs may increase as much as $7 million next year as the city adds and fills positions, implements raises and shoulders a $3 million hike in healthcare costs.