The Augusta Canal's newest amenity makes its debut this week, offering visitors a chance to enjoy the sweet smell of solar-powered pottys.
A $200,000 grant awarded to the Augusta Canal Authority will help continual cleanup efforts to decontaminate the former Sibley Mill.
Navigating the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area is getting easier in part because of new, unified signs to direct visitors to trails, access points and parks.
Safety buoys placed in the Savannah River above the Augusta Canal headgates are part of a plan to restore canoe and kayak access to a scenic area otherwise bounded by private land.
A new trail taking shape between the Augusta Canal and Savannah River could be extended more than 700 feet, pending final approval for a state grant.
One of Sibley Mill's oldest mysteries - a prehistoric fossil nearly eight feet long - is stored in a dusty boiler room building.
A solar power demonstration project planned within the King/Sibley Mill complex on the Augusta Canal might instead be built on nearby vacant property owned by the city of Augusta.
The Augusta Canal Authority has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help fund Sibley Mill environmental cleanup.
After months of construction, workers hoisted the first of two new bridges into place Thursday along a new Augusta Canal trail spur that accesses the tailraces of two historic textile mills along ...
The Augusta Canal visitors center at Enterprise Mill got a new name for its 10th birthday, officially becoming the Augusta Canal Discovery Center.
Even after 168 years, the Augusta Canal is still creating new opportunities for the city it was built to serve.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Published Wednesday, March 20, in The Augusta Chronicle
A tombstone along the Augusta Canal might give the impression someone was buried there in 1928, but officials say there is ...
A tombstone along the Augusta Canal might give the impression someone was buried there in 1928, but officials say there is no one beneath the granite slab.
Crews building the Augusta Canal Authority's newest trail will use a temporary bridge behind Sibley Mill to access land along the Savannah River.
Workers mobilized equipment Tuesday to begin a long-awaited expansion of the Augusta Canal trail system that will include new bridges over the tailrace areas behind Sibley and King mills.
The Augusta Canal Authority has elected its 2013 officers.
A plan to provide new access to the Augusta Canal at Riverlook Drive can likely move forward, but only if attention is given to concerns raised by residents.
Homeowners whose quiet neighborhood may soon include a new public access to the Augusta Canal got a first glimpse today at plans for a proposed new "Riverlook Gateway."