Opponents of the proposed Palmetto Pipeline will get a state-conducted public hearing on the project as well as more scrutiny of how much the pipeline would benefit Georgia.
Easter will be sweeter for some next week, thanks to the congregation of Stevens Creek Church. Each day throughout Holy Week, members of the church express gratitude for what God has done in their lives by giving back to the community.
MCBEAN - Wary of downtown's tendency to spend their tax dollars somewhere else, a south Richmond County community didn't warm Thursday to the prospect of paying an additional fee for stormwater management.
A divisive "religious freedom" bill stalled Thursday in a Georgia House committee after a Republican member successfully added anti-discrimination language.
I have long noticed that sometimes I will jump onto another job simply to give myself an excuse for not doing one I dislike more.
As Paine College continues an aggressive fundraising campaign to turn around years of decline, the school’s most recent financial audit shows climbing debt and more revenue loss over the last fiscal year.
Augusta Regional Airport staff and commission members reiterated Augusta's need for a direct flight to Washington, D.C., hoping that travelers will book the seasonal flight to demonstrate demand.
An Augusta teenager was hospitalized after being struck in the face with a pistol.
Bria Rae Bentley has often watched her grandmother struggle while moving pets around her home. So when the 10-year-old was tasked with building something to solve "everyday problems," she knew just what to make.
That great automobile price in bold, red ink? It could be a ruse. False advertising, hidden fees and predatory payment plans are all ways shoppers can be tricked when buying a car.