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Looking back on LBJ visit 50 years ago
Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson came to Augusta for a campaign speech and was jeered by the crowd.
Turnout expected to increase with weekend voting
Friday was the busiest day so far for early voting in the Nov. 4 general election but Augusta-Richmond County’s elections director expects things to pick up with seven straight days of voting opportunities starting Saturday.
New charges for sex offender
A man convicted of sex charges in Columbia County, who then went to prison for child molestation in south Georgia is back behind bars.
Soldiers, disable hunters take advantage of SRS deer hunt
Friday's hunt marked the 14th consecutive year the hunts have been held at the site best known for its enterprises in the nuclear industry. The hunt attracted 30 participants who either sustained injuries while on active duty or who suffer from other disabilities.
Barrow unfazed by Republican attacks
Rep. John Barrow says he still meets people on the campaign trail who admit they’ve never voted for a Democrat, but will break tradition because of his tendency to put Georgia’s 12th Congressional District ahead of party politics.
Speakers say 'no room' for bullying in school system
The rally at Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School was attended by students from several Richmond County schools, board of education members and parents.
Sheriff's office seeks GBI assistance in steroid claims
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been called to assist deputies in investigating claims of steroid abuse among members of the Richmond County Sheriff's Office, the department announced Friday.
Heart deaths decline but at different rates
In the Augusta area, Columbia County showing the second-largest decline while Burke County was among the least improved, according to data from the CDC-affiliated study, which focused on Southern states.
Looking back on LBJ visit 50 years ago
Fifty years ago this week, President Lyndon Johnson came to Augusta for a campaign speech and was jeered by the crowd.
Officials say parents should play bigger part in teen driving safety
Many things contribute to the number of teen crashes, but officials said more parental guidance could keep their children safer on the roads.
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