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More known for the Alister McKenzie designed Augusta National, which hosts the Masters Golf tournament each year. Augusta is the second largest city in Georgia. Located on the Savannah River on the border with South Carolina, Augusta is approx 150 miles east of the capital Atlanta. It has recently become a hub for medical and biotech companies with the Medical College of Georgia located there.
Local Newspapers: The Augusta Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Augusta Green Jackets (A baseball) The Masters (Golf)
Local Colleges: Augusta State University
Zip Codes associated with augusta, georgia:
30809 30813 30901 30904 30905 30906 30907 30909
Towns/Cities near augusta, georgia : North Augusta SC Grovetown Martinez Evans
Teen shooting victim - uncooperative' with police
A 14-year-old male was shot on Sunday, Nov. 12 around 7:02 p.m. in the area of 954 Oak Avenue in Blackville as he walked between his house and a neighbor's residence. "One shot was fired and he was struck in the elbow," said Blackville Police Chief John Holston of the juvenile victim.South Carolina woman being held after Sunday morning stabbing of Thomson man
Ongoing domestic issues between a Thomson man and a South Carolina woman resulted in an alleged stabbing early Sunday morning. McDuffie County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to the 100 block of Rivers Circle at approximately 3:49 a.m., Nov. 19 to find Franquandreze D. Griffin, 23, with a knife wound to the stomach and to the left arm.How an Unknown Songwriter Once Saved Townes Van Zandt's Life
A lot of lore surrounds the brief but colorful career of Townes Van Zandt, the gifted songwriter who died in 1997 from a heart attack at age 52, with much of it dedicated to his unbridled substance abuse. His biographies invariably note the heroin overdose he survived in the early 1970s, but the untold story is how Van Zandt's life was saved that day – by musician Daniel Antopolsky.National cooperative group trial seeks to cut in half early mortality rates for rare leukemia
A national cooperative group trial is making a handful of the country's experts in a rare leukemia available around the clock, with the goal of cutting by more than half the high mortality rates that occur in the difficult first few weeks of treatment IMAGE: A national cooperative group trial is making a handful of the country's experts in a rare leukemia available around the clock, with the goal of cutting by more than half... view AUGUSTA, Ga. - A national cooperative group trial is making a handful of the country's experts in a rare leukemia available around the clock, with the goal of cutting by more than half the high mortality rates that occur in the difficult first few weeks of treatment.Charles Goman
Charles Goman, 73, passed away November 14, 2017. A native of Augusta, Ga., he was a son of the late Clifford and Elsie Harper Goman, and was a member of Nazareth United Methodist Church.Child Destroys $1,000 in Makeup at Sephora, Hits 'Bad Parenting' Chord on Social Media
A child reportedly destroyed more than $1,000 in makeup at a Sephora store and a viral Facebook post about the incident brought a thunderclap of comments about proper parenting. Makeup artist Brittany Nelson posted a picture of the damage on Nov. 11 on her Facebook page Extraordinary Life Makeup Artistry that she took the Sephora location in Augusta, Georgia, website Insider.com reported .Augusta YMCA & Augusta Housing Authority partner for 2nd bed donation delivery
The Greater Augusta Family YMCA has partnered with the Augusta Housing Authority and area businesses to provide brand new beds and linens for children of under-resourced families. This new program called "A Place To Dream" is slated to provide more than 100 beds during two delivery days in November, with a goal of more than 500 beds in the coming months and beyond.Unattended child blamed for destroying Sephora makeup display
A shopper at Sephora shared a picture on social media claiming a display at the store was destroyed by a small child in Augusta, Georgia.Thomson Fire Rescue raises money for area hospital
Although the boot drives Thomson Fire Rescue conducts to raise money for the East Central Regional Hospital in Augusta have ended, people still have the opportunity to help the firefighters bring holiday cheer to the patients. Thomson-McDuffie citizens may still participate in the Mayors' Christmas Motorcade and drop off cash and coins at the fire department headquarters on McCommons Street and also pick up a list items needed by the patients with developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges.Operation Christmas Child kicks off in McDuffie Co.
Kathy Hendrix, Dean Boone, Pam Partridge, Summer McDonald, Rev. Matt Ward and Jennifer Cheely cut the ribbon to officially kick off the collection period.AdvanSix: Strong Results Through 2017 Bolster Shares
AdvanSix's equity has defied gravity since I exited my position back at the beginning of 2017, roughly doubling since I moved on to what I thought were greener pastures. The company had dealt with unfavorable supply/demand dynamics for many years, with massive supply for its chemical products coming online within Chinese borders, which is coincidentally the world's largest consumer of Nylon 6 resin and caprolactam as well - core AdvanSix products.Retired Marine keeps promise made in bunker in Vietnam
Retired Marine Master Sgt. William Cox stands guard Oct. 24, 2017, at the casket of his friend, James Hollingsworth, in Augusta, Ga.One person injured in Augusta home fire on Evergreen Dr.
The Richmond County Sheriff's Office and Fire Department are currently on scene at a private residential structure fire at 3127 Evergreen Dr. in Augusta.Spread holiday cheer worldwide this week with shoe boxes
Operation Christmas Child helps deliver the gift-filled boxes to children in primarily war-torn and famine-stricken regions of the world such as Africa and the Middle East. Some gifts do stay in the United States, though, on Native American reservations.More
Notice higher prices at the pumps lately? According to GasBuddy, gasoline prices in Georgia are up more than five cents per gallon in the past week. As of today Augusta is seeing a four cents per gallon increase from last week averaging about $2.30.Thank You: Veterans Day deals
Some deals are good all weekend , others are only for the day specified. Check local business for details.Businesses offering discounts to honor veterans
Every year businesses across the country celebrate Veterans Day by showing their support for those who served our nation by offering free and discounted meals and products to veterans. We've compiled a list of businesses in the area that are doing their part to honor those who served.Check out these Georgia historic sites, museums to visit on Veterans Day
Columbus is full of military history, but there are sites and museums all across Georgia to visit for Veterans Day. In case you already haven't planned out your Veterans Day weekend, here are a few ideas to get you started: It's easy to spend an entire day exploring the thousands of artifacts, exhibits and memorials inside and outside of this museum.Police report -11-8-17; A man said someone stole tires and rims from his Chevy Tahoe.
Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement incident reports and arrest records, which are public records and available for review at any and all local law enforcement agencies.Area Restaurants Offering Free Meals For Veterans
Chipotle Offering a buy one get one free burrito, bowl, salad or taco on Tuesday, November 7th, from 5 pm to close. Offer valid for all U.S. military , military spouses with ID, and veterans.
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