News You Can Use: Postmaster general promises steps to fix Georgia mail processing delays

By Capitol Beat News Service · 18 May 2024 · 0 Comments

U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy Friday outlined a series to steps the postal service is taking to improve service at a regional mail processing center in Palmetto.

Harlem wins back-to-back baseball state titles, downing Calvary Day

By Christopher Rickerson · 18 May 2024 · 0

The Harlem Bulldogs won their second straight state baseball championship May 17.

Sox spoil Oat Milkers’ night at SRP Park

By Special To Augusta Good News · 17 May 2024 · 0

The Augusta GreenJackets drop Friday’s game to the Salem Red Sox.

GreenJackets’ staff volunteer to strike out hunger at food bank Friday

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 17 May 2024 · 0

The Atlanta Braves Foundation provided a donation and volunteers with the Augusta GreenJackets stuff backpacks with food Friday.

GreenJackets score five runs late May 16 for first win of week

By Special To Augusta Good News · 17 May 2024 · 0

The Augusta GreenJacket fought back from their second largest deficit of the season to defeat the Salem Red Sox May 16.

In pictures: Barks in the Park

By Mike Adams · 16 May 2024 · 0

Scenes from the Columbia County Barks in the Park event May 16.

Tony Award-winning musical makes its Augusta premiere at Le Chat Noir

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 16 May 2024 · 0

“Urinetown,” the winner of three Tony Awards, will be at Le Chat Noir for five performances starting May 17.

Ribbon cutting ceremony marks Piedmont Summerville’s reopening

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 16 May 2024 · 0

A May 15 ribbon cutting marked the May 16 reopening of Piedmont Summerville, formerly Trinity Hospital.

Augusta held scoreless through seven on May 15, drops second straight game

By Special To Augusta Good News · 15 May 2024 · 0

The Augusta GreenJackets lost to the Salem Red Sox May 15.

Columbia Middle School teacher named ‘Rookie of the Year’

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 15 May 2024 · 0

Makyla Jones, a Columbia Middle School teacher, was named the Columbia County School District’s Rookie of the Year, May 15.

Augusta teen earns master’s degree

By Staff Report · 15 May 2024 · 0

Charleston Lee, 18, has earned her master’s degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville.

In pictures: Fort Eisenhower police competition

By Special To Augusta Good News · 15 May 2024 · 0

Scenes from Fort Eisenhower’s National Police Week marksmanship competition.

Red Sox blank GreenJackets in May 14 education day game

By Special To Augusta Good News · 14 May 2024 · 0

The Salem Red Sox beat the Augusta GreenJackets 5-0 Tuesday.