Georgia Regents University and Augusta are on a “two-way street” where they should work together to become great, new GRU President Brooks Keel said.
GRU President Keel pledges to work together with Augusta
Keel pledges to have university work with Augusta
An Augusta Parks & Recreation employee Monday morning discovered damage to the park on the 600 block of Fourth Street.
Augusta park vandalized, suspects sought
Masters City Little League's All-Stars knocked off a defending state champion in dramatic fashion for the Georgia Junior Baseball Tournament title, and they begin Southeast Regional play Friday.
Masters City Little League All-Stars win state title, advance to regionals
Masters City wins state title, advances to regionals
Whether a pending federal lawsuit against a for-profit private probation company survives the first major legal hurdle is now up to a judge.
Sitting in U.S. District Court in Augusta, Judge Dudley H. Bowen Jr. heard arguments Monday in the suit filed by Philip Keen against Judicial Alternatives of Georgia.
Judge hears arguments in suit against private probation firm
Arguments made in suit against private probation firm