Richmond and Aiken County residents are paying the lowest prices in months for fueling up their vehicles, a trend that could continue over the course of the year according to industry analysts.
The Richmond County Superior Court deliberated for nearly four hours at the end of a three-day trial before reaching the unanimous decision that Killeon S. Cooper, 20, was not guilty.
North Augusta did not have to prove new findings of blight in the area where it plans to build a new GreenJackets stadium, according to the judge who ruled in favor of the city in a lawsuit ...
Project could bring as many as 500 jobs to the area outside of Grovetown near Interstate 20.
The high school football season begins Friday night, and a matchup between Lakeside and North Augusta will be The Augusta Chronicle's Game of the Week.
The Georgia Public Service Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved an additional $389 million in expenditures for Georgia Power’s two nuclear reactors under construction at Plant Vogtle.
The Richmond County Coroner's Office will get some relief now that it can access funds collected through a partnership with Georgia Regents Medical Center.
Donations can be made to the GRU ALS clinic and 80 percent of the money will stay in Augusta to help its patients.
Outlining the benefits of a $16 billion reform package he helped negotiate last month, Sen. Johnny Isakson told Augusta veterans they can expect more accountability.
Five people have been sentenced to federal prison in the sex trafficking of a teenage girl.
A top U.S. Army official visited Fort Gordon on Tuesday for a private meeting to address local and state leaders on the future of the post.
A proposal calling for a 1.75-mill property tax increase was shot down by city commissioners Tuesday after nearly two hours of debate.
North Augusta's Project Jackson is moving forward. Judge Ernest Kinard ruled in favor of the city in a lawsuit that includes a new stadium for the Augusta GreenJackets.
A deputy recovered 13 packs of cashews, 14 packs of peanuts, one pack of heat nuts and four packs of steakhouse Slim Jims from a shoplifter's pants.
Temperatures have failed to reach 100 so far this summer, but that might not hold true over the next few days and weeks.
A mysterious bacteria growing on Savannah River Site's spent nuclear fuel storage basins has been removed using a special vacuum.
The Richmond County board of education selected Angela Pringle as their next superintendent ending their search a few days before current superintendent Frank Roberson leaves.
Aquinas is ranked No. 1 in Class A in the first Georgia Sports Writers Association polls for the 2014 season.
Firefighters are working to extinguish a tanker truck fire on Old 96 Road in Aiken County.