A gateway beautification effort seeks part of the $14 million to be generated when Augusta imposes a stormwater utility fee next year.
The low-pressure rain system that produced record flooding in South Carolina this month was nearly enough to lift all three reservoir lakes in the Upper Savannah River basin from drought conditions.
The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for injuries an Augusta man says he sustained when he snacked on a bag of Papa Tubs Old Fashioned Wash Pot Style Pork Skins that he claims contained a hoof.
Two new commercial mixing pumps have been installed in radioactive waste tanks at Savannah River Site as part of a cost-saving initiative for the U.S. Department of Energy, according to a federal contractor.
Rick Keuroglian, the director of City Hope Alliance, the Christian-based nonprofit overseeing a collaborative effort to raze dilapidated properties, said his team is finalizing plans and raising money to fund its next demolition at 609 Sibley St.
Capt. John Caran, a fire employee since 1990, is overseeing Augusta's fire prevention bureau after Fire Marshal Jason Beard's indictment on extortion charges last week.
It's possible, but the resulting revenue wouldn't come close to the funds generated by the penny tax.
Some of the government's top minds in cyber security will be in Augusta this week for the Cyber Education Summit at Augusta University.
The state’s private probation controversy has sparked a secondary battle before the Georgia Supreme Court.
COLUMBIA - Aiken Sen. Tom Young has repeatedly tried to convince his colleagues to shorten the legislative session, but this time, the Republican believes support is building.