Can you find it?

This week's image helps people watch their treasures. If you think you know where it is, call (706) 823-3403 and leave your name, area code and telephone number, and how to spell your name. Please be specific. The deadline to leave your answer is 2 p.m. Friday. If your name is picked from among the correct answers, you will win a gift from The Augusta Chronicle. Ten people correctly guessed last week's photo, right, as the guard house of the former Augusta Arsenal which is now the Augusta State University museum on the corner of Katherine Street and Walton Way. Tricia Hughes received the prize. Other guesses were the old Richmond County stockade, Confederate powderworks, the old jailhouse, Sibley Mill on Goodrich Street, Sizemore Security and the National Guard armory. Others who correctly identified the picture were Lou Hein, 2KM Architects, Bill Wood, Kenneth McGahee, Carol Taylor, Ann McKnight, Janice Williams, Philip Rhodes and Adam Edmunds


Hephzibah grad serving on Navy destroyer

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM — A 1986 Hephzibah High School graduate and Augusta native is serving in the Navy aboard the guided-... Read more

4-H members collect pop tabs for local charity


Georgia 4-H members have collected aluminum pop tabs to raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Georgia for... Read more

For the Record



Miranda Whitaker Slick, 48, of the 2300 block... Read more

School menus




Oct. 27: Steak biscuit, cereal with breakfast cracker, frudel... Read more