U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., visited Fort Gordon's Dwight D. Eisenhower Neuroscience Center Tuesday.
The pedestrian bridge and a short access road at the Augusta Canal's popular headgates area in Columbia County will be closed from Monday to Thursday, April 15 due to construction work.
The Masters Tournament is three weeks away and public works crews are out getting Augusta ready.
Major pieces of the downtown Augusta and North Augusta master plan, now a year old, are under way.
Nearly 50 million people have been infected with the novel influenza A H1N1 virus as of last month and nearly 10,000 have died, including 1,100 children, the director of the Centers for Disease ...
It has come full circle for Phyllis Roland.
The Davis family has already been through something many families will likely face this fall: 17-year-old Joshuah Davis came down with a likely case of novel influenza A H1N1 in June.
When patients in wheelchairs breeze through automated doors to the cafeteria at Medical College of Georgia Hospital or maneuver easily around a resource library, they will have Mark Hines to thank.
A 7-year-old boy is the latest case of novel influenza H1N1 to be confirmed at Fort Gordon, the post announced Wednesday.
Fort Gordon announced its seventh and eighth confirmed cases of the novel influenza A H1N1 virus on Thursday as it continues its vigilance for an outbreak.
Fort Gordon reported its fourth confirmed case of the novel influenza A H1N1, but officials said Tuesday that none of the patients is linked.
There are two more confirmed cases of the novel influenza A H1N1 virus at Fort Gordon, the post reported Friday.
Just eight days after her left knee was replaced, Betty Sharrock of North Augusta ambled down a hallway at Walton Rehabilitation Health System, trailed by physical therapist Stephanie Berl and ...
In the shadow of the deaths of 10 children because of asthma, and possibly more, doctors, nurses and educators gathered Thursday to plot a way to get children and parents more education and more ...
Jeff Snover could serve as the bridge between recent conflicts for U.S. soldiers. When he enlisted in the Army in 1986, some of those he served with had fought in Vietnam. He served during Desert ...
The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan could produce more than 300,000 cases of post-traumatic stress disorder, a psychiatrist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center told an Augusta VA audience Tuesday.