Salary talks under way, early start possible for new Augusta administrator
Competition is fierce but support varies among the three men jockeying to be the appointed replacement for resigned District 7 Augusta commissioner Donnie Smith.
Political rumors are running wild in Augusta just like goats at city detention ponds.
Augusta Animal Services board members hope proposed ordinances going before the commission this month not only promote animal welfare but work to curb the brutality of dogfighting.
While former Augusta commissioner Donnie Smith's statements to Georgia State Patrol investigators likely can't be used against him, the state Office of the Inspector General continues to conduct ...
Augusta commissioners voted 7-2 Tuesday to proceed with hiring administrator candidate Janice Allen Jackson effective Jan. 1
Augusta needs 15 more goats, one city administrator and one interim District 7 city commissioner, but so far, the only one they can agree on are the goats.
Former administrator candidate Oscar Rodriguez, now a finalist for city manager in Worchester, Mass., cited racial politics and his being the wrong color as the reason he wasn't hired as city ...
The agency that certifies Georgia law enforcement officers opened an investigation Thursday into former commissioner Donnie Smith that could strip the resigned state trooper of his law enforcement ...
Augusta Commission member Grady Smith said he wants to take the lead in filling the District 7 seat left vacant by Donnie Smith.
Former Super District 10 candidate Sean Frantom has thrown himself in the pool of men seeking appointment to Donnie Smith's District 7 seat.
Commission member Donnie Smith's future remained uncertain Friday after a report he'd double-dipped working for a hospitality company without permission while drawing his salary from the Georgia ...
A debate over whether - and if so, how much - to tax Augusta manufacturers for the energy they use continued Friday at a mandatory meeting between heads of the county's three municipalities of ...
ATLANTA -- Augusta Commissioner Donnie Smith broke the rules for unauthorized moonlighting months before he was spotted by subordinates in civilian clothes at the Masters Tournament.
Augusta Commissioner Donnie Smith's peers on the commission were reluctant to pass judgment on their colleague Thursday, citing a need to wait for more information and respect they had for his ...
A Georgia Department of Public Safety investigation has determined Augusta Commission member Donnie Smith broke Georgia State Patrol policy and state law.
Augusta's mayor should have more authority and the city attorney and administrator should report to him or her, according to nearly two-thirds of respondents in the first Augusta Citizen Survey.
While under investigation for a possible policy violation while serving with the Georgia State Patrol, Smith said he's obtained retirement for health reasons.
Two Augusta commissioners are seeking an opinion from Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens on the city's disbursement of sales tax proceeds to non-profits.
Raising the property tax rate last week was a cakewalk for the Augusta Commission.