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Governor Brian Kemp has pushed back against backlash toward his "Voting Security Bill," which civil rights groups have criticized for its potential to restrict...

At Work With: Debbi Wolfarth

Debbi Wolfarth operates EAT Local CSRA.

City Of Augusta Has Budget Surplus And Pandemic-Stricken Businesses Get A Break

The city of Augusta closed the financial books on the 2020 budget showing a near $4 million surplus for the General Budget, making it...

Chopped Sweets Champ Eyes Opening a Food Truck

Under the pressure of a clock and with a camera operator peering over her shoulder, Kelsey Burack conquered three unique food baskets to win...

New Leadership Selected for USC-Aiken

The University of South Carolina-Aiken has a new chancellor. Daniel Heimmermann will take over on July 1, 2021, as USC-Aiken's fifth chancellor. He succeeds Dr....

Georgia Tax Revenues Show Modest March Increase After February Spike

Tax collections in Georgia rose a modest 3.7% last month, as the state Department of Revenue accelerated the processing of refunds following a delay in February that sent tax revenues soaring.

Georgia Schools Turn to ‘Camp-Like’ Summer School to Stem Learning Loss

Brian Kemp to close down in-person learning across the state. Schools struggled to adapt to the sudden shift to online instruction, and parents found themselves unexpectedly taking on the role of part-time educator.

Child Cruelty Suspect Leads Cops on Chase from Hephzibah Sonic Drive-In

The suspect who refused to surrender to multiple officers at the Sonic in Hephzibah on Friday was wanted for harming a 3-month-old baby, authorities...

Masters’ Guests Drawn Back to Favorite Restaurants

Penelope Ballas-Stewart saw some familiar golf week faces at her family's restaurant April 7.

Rose Holds Lead at the Masters, Zalatoris and Harman Close Behind

Justin Rose followed up his 65 on Thursday with an even par round on Friday, but it was enough to keep him in the...

Analysis: Why Is A Liquor License Needed?

A story in Wednesday’s edition exposed the fact that two downtown bars, the Discotheque and Joker (Vegas Show Girls) Lounge, are operating without valid...

Vaccine Passport Debate Grows As Georgians Leave COVID Hibernation

The virus privacy debate is heating up as the U.S. government works with businesses to develop guidelines for requirements that employees and customers prove they received the COVID-19 vaccine.
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