An Augusta woman who survived infection and several surgeries this year is looking for help at Christmas for her children.
COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's utility regulatory agency on Wednesday ordered an end to SCE&G's complicated bill-adjusting program.
Augusta continues to receive attention for efforts to bolster the local economy, most recently from the National Association of Counties, although the attention doesn't come for free.
ATLANTA - Two employees of the state ethics commission have received federal grand jury subpoenas seeking documents regarding ethics complaints involving Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, according to two people with knowledge of the case.
Shoe collection drive for the homeless: Through Friday, Jan. 3; sponsored by Augusta area podiatrists and the Georgia Podiatric Medical Association.
Air Force Airman Joe T. Wells graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Macy Johnson, 21, of North Augusta, second-degree criminal damage to property
Dec. 12: Bagel, cereal, cookie, oatmeal, peanut butter wafer, fruit, juice
A team of mathletes from Davidson Fine Arts School ranked 15th in the country this fall in a the first leg of a national math competition.
Bill Karp will sing holiday favorites and trumpeter Leonard Maxey will play and stroll around Midtown Market for First Thursday beginning at 5 p.m. Dec. 5.
Storyteller Kenny Benson (center) leads a reading of Clifford the Big Red Dog with Scholastics very own Clifford for a group of Head Start children at Jeff Maxwell Branch Library.
A list of donors to the Empty Stocking Fund.
Forrest Hills residents paid their final respects Wednesday to an 85-year-old Darlington oak on Park Avenue, after one homeowner’s request for a stay of execution for the tree failed.
According to 2013 graduation rates released by the state Department of Education, Richmond County graduation rate dropped 1 percent. Columbia County's rate rose by 2 percent.
Once restricted to area flea markets, e-cigs are popping up on tobacco shelves, in smoke shops and at military exchanges, starting a debate over the product's benefits and health risks.
The classic 1960s drama series "The Fugitive" will be shown again, and the two-episode finale will air again Friday night.
Columbia County has a request for proposals, due Jan. 10, for a "new institutional health services facility to serve as Columbia County's sole community provider." County Commission Chairman Ron Cross said that would be a 100-bed full-service hospital with a trauma unit.
To the person telling us to get off Food Stamps. I am 59 years old and just diagnosed with severe COPD. I can't do the work I've always done now. Thank you so much for your Christian compassion.
Caroline Olivia Brooks, 34, who teaches art at Lakeside High School, was charged early Saturday with criminal trespass and simple battery.
Expected bad weather is derailing Harlem's annual holiday festival on Saturday.