Advance voting and voting by mail in the District 7 Augusta Commission special election runoff starts Monday in the Richmond County Board of Elections office.
It came to my attention that several commenters had remarked that last Sunday's column lacked sufficient detail about what King Hardie Davis said during our recent lunch at Nacho Mama's.
While the city has presented maps of work requests, it has no firm timeline or detailed list of how and where an estimated $15 million in new annual revenue will be spent.
MCBEAN - Wary of downtown's tendency to spend their tax dollars somewhere else, a south Richmond County community didn't warm Thursday to the prospect of paying an additional fee for stormwater ...
Two career government managers who left for a few years with the private sector are rejoining local government to serve at the side of Augusta Administrator Janice Allen Jackson.
Round 3 of a Tobacco Road standoff between a package store owner and her prospective Hephzibah neighbors goes before the Augusta Commission.
Augusta commissioners and city staff started interviews Monday for the position of transit director.
Descendants of Nicolas de l'Aigle, a wealthy French immigrant who deeded Augusta the land for Magnolia Cemetery in 1818, are asking the city's permission to move several of their ancestors' ...
Questions about why Augusta's stormwater infrastructure needs are best addressed by a new fee instead of some other means persisted at the city's fourth public meeting on the topic.
The proliferation of drone technology in sporting events won't result in a disruption at this year's Masters Tournament.
Three candidates seeking the District 7 commission post don't always go to the polls themselves.
Turnout will be key, but likely still very low in today's special election to fill an unexpired District 7 term on the Augusta commission.
A primary whistleblower in the investigation of former Georgia State Patrol Lt. Donnie Smith was given three days without pay for engaging in explicit, lengthy phone conversations with other troopers.
Interim Augusta Commission member Louis "Hap" Harris outraised his two opponents in Tuesday's District 7 special election by about $10,000, candidate filings show.
Advocates for private management of Augusta Public Transit have an ally in the Augusta Bus Riders Association.
One of Augusta's oldest political groups threw its support behind the youngest candidate, Sean Frantom, in the March 17 District 7 special election.
The referendum on Augusta's latest special purpose, local option sales tax would be voters' second chance at approving SPLOST 7 after an earlier package failed at the polls May 20.
Public meetings on Augusta's proposed stormwater utility fee begin with a session at 6 p.m. today at the city boathouse, 101 Riverfront Drive.
Three candidates sparred over working with the mayor and commission and managing city infrastructure and taxpayer dollars for more than two hours at a forum.
A new action plan will help Augusta's Urban Redevelopment Agency take "a more active role" in its oversight of millions in bond-funded construction projects.