The site, OneAugustaGa.com, provides information about the events, which begin with a "Hands Across Augusta" day of community service from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 3.
Kenny Echols, a retired health care administrator and former Richmond County school board member, said he's out of the running to complete resigned District 7 commissioner Donnie Smith's term.
The Augusta Commission voted 10-0 to use $2.8 million in sales taxes specifically for the Hyde Park relocation effort.
A decades-old issue won't evade Augusta's outgoing mayor and three commissioners at the final meeting of 2014. The agenda features several items related to the beleaguered Hyde Park relocation ...
Augusta's Parks, Recreation and Facilities Director Bob Levine said he's resigning to spend more time with his wife and four children, who reside in various parts of the country.
City commissioners abandoned plans to audit millions spent to relocate residents from Augusta's Hyde Park neighborhood and declined to expand the audit to the entire department.
Candidate qualifying in what likely will be a hotly contested election to complete resigned Augusta commissioner Donnie Smith's term has been set for Jan. 12-14.
A $225,230 engineering and master plan for Augusta Recreation, Parks and Facilities has been pulled from the Public Services committee agenda because it conflicts with a $100,000 assessment ...
A community activist and a member of the Commission fear the city could be hit hard with fines and penalties if the Department of Justice were to inspect the county for compliance with the ...
Other Augusta department heads might soon join outgoing Housing and Community Development Director Chester Wheeler, while Wheeler might see his former department undergo a full audit.
Weighing commission support for pricey budget adds and new fees, new City Administrator Janice Allen Jackson secured seven supporting votes to pass the 2015 city budget.
Chester Wheeler, who oversaw pricey consulting contracts for the Laney-Walker and Bethlehem redevelopment effort and relocation of Hyde Park residents, has resigned.
The Augusta Commission will reconvene a Nov. 18 meeting Tuesday in an effort to approve a budget before the start of the 2015 fiscal year Jan. 1.
Issuing municipal bonds and later refunding and reissuing them makes it easier for local governments to afford large projects and lower their interest payments. But each transaction comes at a price.
A state probe into allegations former Augusta commissioner Donnie Smith moonlighted for a hospitality company while drawing his Georgia State Patrol salary will be reviewed by the state attorney ...
New city administrator Janice Allen Jackson asked the commission to retain interim administrators Tameka Allen and Steve Cassell until she fills two deputy administrator slots.
The Richmond County Emergency Management Agency has drafted changes to emergency operating procedures. Overlooked, however, were several pages of emergency contact data riddled with ...
I got up and out of my sickbed so I could write this column because it's almost Thanksgiving and time for the annual Turkey of the Year awards, the highlight of the holiday season.
Renovations at Augusta's Municipal Building complex are 80 percent finished and on schedule for completion in May, according to the city's representative on the project.
A bevy of upset Hyde Park residents were on hand for new city Administrator Janice Allen Jackson's first commission meeting Tuesday, demanding to know where $4 million in relocation funds had been ...