I started my journalistic career with The Augusta Chronicle in 2003 as a part time sports clerk while I earned my degree from Augusta State. While in college, I also worked my way up to editor-in-chief at the school newspaper, The Bell Ringer. Three months before I graduated in 2007, I became a general assignment reporter for North Augusta Today. I recently achieved one of my professional goals by becoming a features writer for the Chronicle.
Riverman, yes, she lives here. She owns Mill Works Studios.
These are my favorite stories to write. Thank you for sharing your home with us!
Tacky, yes. But imagine being there yourself for six or eight hours, hanging around one place with nothing to drink or eat. Wouldn't you...