Complaints of noisy Independence Day celebrations and neighborhood fireworks displays decreased by more than 17 percent in Augusta this year, after Georgia legalized the sale and use of consumer explosives until 2 a.m. on the Fourth of July.
A divided Augusta Commission will again take up implementing a stormwater utility fee at its Tuesday regular meeting.
A smokestack and rusty water tower rise above piles of rubble where John Jones has spent years using a backhoe to excavate brick tunnels, aqueducts, walls and other remnants of Bath Mill, a paper plant dating to the mid-19th century that was converted into a successful textile plant.
Almost four months since dogs massacred eight of Augusta's grass-eating goats, the herd is back up to 10 with plans to expand.
A jam-packed July sports calendar at the Riverview Park Activities Center gets underway this week with the 20th installment of the Nike Peach Jam Elite Youth Basketball League finals.
We were there in July 1974 when an incoming freshman named Brooks Keel talked to Augusta College admissions officials about beginning classes at our "Harvard on the Hill."
A street sign at the intersection of Washington Road and Alexander Drive was struck by a vehicle, leaving damage to the bottom of the pole and making the sign lean crookedly.
Last week we offered a raft photo and asked for your memories of fun on the Savannah River. Here are some examples you shared.
About 70 people marked the significance of Augusta and Georgia in the founding of the United States at the fifth annual Fourth of July Signers Monument ceremony.
Advocates for senior care say it might be time to re-evaluate building codes for retirement resorts such as Marshall Square and modify them to mirror those for assisted living centers.