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Georgia Lawmakers Tee Up Battle To Set Political Turf With Decade Shelf Life

You probably won’t see nearly as many TV attack ads or pieces of junk mail, but the redistricting process that kicked off Tuesday night could be as big a political fight as any Georgia election.

Murders Unsolved in Augusta: Jeramie Hammonds and Kayla Wells

It has been over 10 years since the bodies of 20-year-old Jeramie Hammonds and 19-year-old Kayla Wells were found in a wooded area off...

Progress Being Made in Lake Olmstead Dredging

The Lake Olmstead dredging project that started in February, and the section workers are currently digging out is only a few weeks away from...

Redrawing Georgia’s Future

The work to design Georgia’s political future for the next decade has begun in earnest. The Augusta Commission’s subcommittee on redistricting met for the first...

Educator To Discuss His Books During Event

Andre Benito Mountain, a principal in Atlanta and former Augusta resident, has

Aiken Man Charged with Possessing Child Pornography on Cell Phone

An Aiken man was arrested Tuesday after multiple files of child pornography were found on his cell phone, including a video of a nude...

Georgia Landline Phone Customers to See Lower Bills

The diminishing number of Georgians with landline telephones in their homes are about to see a savings on their bills thanks to the sunsetting of a decade-old program.

Augusta Commission Authorizes Credit Card Policy Study

The Augusta Commission voted almost unanimously at its Tuesday meeting to task City Administrator Odie Donald with developing a policy for credit cards issued...

Columbia County Commissioners Shoot Down Townhome Rezoning Request

Earlier this month, the Columbia County Planning Commission had a split vote 2-2 to approve a request to rezone land at 4459 Wrightsboro...

Columbia County Judicial Split On Hold

A temporary restraining order has been issued in the case filed by local attorney Willie Saunders to prevent Columbia County from splitting from the...

Georgia Schools Committed to Resuming In-Person Classes

School districts across Georgia are preparing to reopen their classrooms to full-time in-person learning this fall with the help of more than $4 billion in federal funding.

Reality Winner Released from Federal Prison

A woman arrested in Augusta for leaking classified government documents has been released from federal prison. The Bureau of Prisons website said Reality Winner is...
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