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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.

Population: 194149
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

Augusta News
Georgia launches 1st phase of new statewide freeway service

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Former Kansas City Chiefs DB Sanders Commings Signs with Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves reached an agreement with former Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Sanders Commings on a minor league contract this week. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports first reported the news Thursday.

Muskoka Airport governance report leaves district councillors confused

Mike Tretheway, the chief economist and chief strategy officer for InterVISTAS Consulting Inc., presented the report to district council Tuesday night that recommended the municipality appoint an airport supervisory board with nine directors. The municipality would appoint six representatives, possibly elected officials, with three directors appointed independently by the six directors.

GA: Bus Riders Give Their Opinions on Proposed Public Transit Changes

Feb. 23--Proposed Augusta Public Transit route and schedule changes replace several of the city's winding, asymmetrical bus routes with more direct, hourly routes hoped to grow ridership and decrease confusion. Developed by Boston-based transit consultant Nelson/Nygaard, the proposed scenarios include options such as replacing the Broad Street transfer station with a new downtown hub on James Brown Boulevard near the Augusta Judicial Center parking lot and eliminating Route 2, a circular west Augusta route between Augusta Mall, Doctors Hospital and the Social Security office.

Wycliffe Gordon talks about teaching jazz, playing with Wynton Marsalis

Trombone takes the lead this Saturday at the University of Louisville Jazz Fest, with a performance from Wycliffe Gordon . A son of the classical jazz era, Gordon enjoyed an extensive run with Wynton Marsalis before going on to become a bandleader.

Missing 11-year-old Augusta girl found

UPDATE: The Richmond County Sheriff's Office canceled the alert for Kaymaya Greene Wednesday morning. According to officials, the girl has been found.

WLUB/Augusta Adds Blaine Jackson As PD

JACKSON most recently served as PD for Country sister WIHB/MACON, GA. Her previous experience includes time with iHEARTMEDIA/NEWNAN, GA.

Augusta Transit hosting open house to discuss comprehensive analysis

The City of Augusta is conducting a comprehensive operational analysis of the Augusta Public Transit system and they want to hear from you. According to the city website, the goal of the study is to improve transit service for existing and potential riders.

Latest on John Harrison: a The kida s a miracle, Ia m telling you.a

John Harrison Doucet was photographed shortly before he suffered burns over 75 percent of his body Sept. 18 outside the Gulfport Yacht Club, where an overhead power line came into contact with a cable on his sailboat mast.

EDITORIAL: Time for term limits on Marietta council

Harry Truman believed "term limits would cure both senility and seniority - both terrible legislative diseases," while Winston Churchill thought "after a time, civil servants tend to become no longer servants and no longer civil."

Market Intelligence Report Food Grade Phosphates Market 2015-2025

Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the "Key Opinion Leader Management Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015-2025" report to their offering. Food grade phosphates are used for various application in the food processing industry as discoloration inhibitors, emulsifiers, and buffers.

Ex-NFL player Commings chasing MLB dream

Sanders Commings, a 26-year-old former Kansas City Chiefs defensive back who was drafted by the D-backs out of high school in the 37th round in 2008, also wants to return to baseball, as was first reported by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal on Friday. To do so, Commings has enlisted the help of longtime Major Leaguer Jerry Hairston Jr., who's now a Dodgers analyst for SportsNet LA.

Sanders Commings wants to pull a Tim Tebow, and he might have the talent

Hairston had not known what to expect from Commings, a former defensive back at the University of Georgia and for the Kansas City Chiefs. But Commings, who turns 27 on March 8, wanted to return to baseball, a sport he played well enough at Westside H.S. in Augusta, Ga., to be selected by the Diamondbacks in the 37th round of the 2008 amateur draft.

What's Auburn's plan for 3-star defensive tackle signee Tyrone Truesdell?

Auburn's interest in Tyrone Truesdell was piqued back in June when the three-star defensive tackle visited campus as part of the program's annual Big Cat Weekend recruiting event. In Truesdell, Auburn saw a big, athletic nose guard who had the potential to bolster the middle of an SEC defensive line.

Sperm bank cited after deputy's death from liquid nitrogen

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Georgia woman arrested for Facebook post

An Augusta, Georgia woman who was arrested for taking shots at her ex-husband on Facebook, is suing Washington County and two police officers - including her ex. According to the lawsuit , on January 15, 2015, Anne Boyd King asked her ex-husband Officer Corey King, to pick up some medicine for their sick children.

New Information: state shuts down second nitrogen tank at Xytex

UPDATE: The state has now ordered Airgas to stop using a second nitrogen tank at the Xytex facility in Augusta, following the death of a Richmond County deputy. Earlier on Wednesday, Xytex issued a statement, reassuring clients that its tissue storage system was safe.

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