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Mural highlights work of Salvation Army

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 19 May 2024 · 0

Two artists are painting a mural inside the new Salvation Army Family Store in Columbia County, which is set for a June opening.

GreenJackets hold off Red Sox for Saturday win

By Special To Augusta Good News · 19 May 2024 · 0

The Augusta GreenJackets defeated the Salem Red Sox Saturday.

In pictures: Thunder Over Evans 2024

By Mike Adams · 18 May 2024 · 0

Scenes from Thunder Over Evans May 18.

In pictures: Hot dog champ wins second straight title

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 18 May 2024 · 0

Scenes from Wiener Fest May 18.

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

By Capitol Beat News Service · 18 May 2024 · 0

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 · 1

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.