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In pictures: Tomato Pie Festival at Boondock Farms

By Mike Adams · 13 Jul 2024 · 0

Scenes from the Tomato Pie Festival.

Fastest GreenJackets’ home game of 2024 ends with win

By Special To Augusta Good News · 13 Jul 2024 · 0

The Augusta GreenJackets shutout the Fayetteville Woodpeckers Friday.

Remembering Rachel Patterson who died at the age of 106

By Special To Augusta Good News · 13 Jul 2024 · 0

On June 18, Rachel Patterson celebrated her 106th birthday. She died July 9.

Camp Soul City back for third year July 13

By Staff Report · 12 Jul 2024 · 0

Camp Soul City is July 13.

Augusta Choral Society names new artistic director and conductor

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 12 Jul 2024 · 0

Marcel Ramalho is the Augusta Choral Society’s new artistic director and conductor.

Fayetteville never trails in 8-2 win at SRP Park July 11

By Special To Augusta Good News · 12 Jul 2024 · 0

The Fayetteville Woodpeckers defeated the Augusta GreenJackets Thursday.

New procedure helps those diagnosed with atrial fibrillation

By Special To Augusta Good News · 11 Jul 2024 · 1

 Physicians with Piedmont Heart Institute are now offering a new ablation procedure for patients diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib.

Stuff the Bus school supply drive events to be held

By Staff Report · 11 Jul 2024 · 0

The United Way of the CSRA will be collecting school supplies during its Stuff the Bus campaign.

Augusta Mini Theatre production heads to international theater festival

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 11 Jul 2024 · 0

The Augusta Mini Theatre’s “Telling Our Stories Through Poetry” will be part of the International Black Theatre Festival.

Area arts groups to receive Georgia Council for the Art grants

By Special To Augusta Good News · 10 Jul 2024 · 0

Several area arts groups will receive funding through the Georgia Council for the Arts.

Back and forth ballgame ends with GreenJackets walk-off

By Special To Augusta Good News · 10 Jul 2024 · 0

The GreenJackets won 6-5 over Fayetteville Tuesday.

Laughs abound with the ‘Last Roundup of the Guacamole Queens’

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 08 Jul 2024 · 1

The “Last Roundup of the Guacamole Queens” will be staged for two weekends in Aiken beginning July 12.