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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
Woman severely burned in motor home wreck dies

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Chuck Roberson Grand Marshal for 20th of May

Selina Iglesias: Greene Publishing, Inc. This year's Grand Marshal for the 20th of May is Chuck Roberson, a dynamic Blues singer born in Augusta, Ga.

Transgender advocate from Georgia who took on judge dies

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Resolute U.S. racketeering lawsuit against Greenpeace moved to California

A racketeering lawsuit launched by multinational forestry giant Resolute Forest Products against Greenpeace should be heard in California, an American court has ruled. Amid a ramped-up public relations offensive by both sides, a district court in Augusta, Ga., found that Montreal-based Resolute had failed to show why the $300-million lawsuit should be held in the state.

Rodney Donquail Ivey

Investigators say Ivey is responsible for three separate shooting incidents in Augusta, all on the same day. Deputies were called out to 526 Richmond Hill Road West, where a sixteen-year-old victim had been shot in the stomach.

Advaxis Provides Phase 1 Data of Higher Dose Axalimogene Filolisbac

Sharad Ghamande, MD, principal investigator and Professor and Director of Gynecologic Oncology at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University, discussed cervical cancer and axalimogene filolisbac in detail recently on the JENNIE Show on the News Channel ABC 6, WJBF in Augusta, GA. Also, one patient in this phase 1 study experienced an ongoing and durable partial response, and this patient was recently featured in the Augusta Chronicle, as she is being treated by Dr. Ghamande at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.

Face-lift for mall to get underway

Work to give Southgate Mall a face-lift will get underway soon, with much of the work expected to be completed before the start of the Christmas shopping season, a spokesman for the mall's new management group says. "Lots of plans are well underway," Clay Boardman, managing member of the Vireo Group, said last week.

Rick Monroe Gears Up for Friday Release of 'Gypsy Soul' EP

Singer/songwriter Rick Monroe has been hard at work for the last several months promoting the May 12 release of his new EP, GYPSY SOUL. Now, with the clock ticking to Friday's official release, Monroe is doubling down.

At WEHCO, papers' chief, Jeffus, retiring; Georgian to fill spot

Jeff Jeffus, president of WEHCO Media's newspaper division, has announced his retirement.

College student who died on eve of graduation remembered

Multiple media organizations report the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating the death of Furman University student Joseph "Blake" Hadden. The funeral for the 23-year-old from Augusta, Georgia, is Monday.

Furman police: SLED leading investigation after roommates found Furman student dead in dorm

Coroner Parks Evans told FOX the 23-year-old was found by his roommates in his dorm around 4 a.m. An autopsy was completed and has been sent off for toxicology results. No cause of death is known at this time.

Tales of Valor - Colonel Robert Allen Inglett, Sr.

It is simply amazing that every time I learn about one of our residents, I am astonished at the facts, experiences and activities of his or her life.

Motorist feelings mixed as deadline looms for SC lawmakers to pass roads bill

With South Carolina's bill for roads funding facing some gridlock in the State House on Wednesday, feelings were varied among drivers as to whether state lawmakers will succeed in passing the legislation. "It's just another step in the legislative process," said Jordan Marsh of the lobbying group 'South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Roads.'

Army combat photographer snapped one last picture - seconds before an explosion killed her

Nearly four years ago, Spec. Hilda Clayton, a combat photographer in the U.S. Army, was documenting a live-fire exercise in Afghanistan when, without warning, a mortar tube accidentally exploded in front of her.

Professor: More shopping centers likely to go way of abandoned Wilson Mall

When the Wilson Mall closed in 2013, the owner said the enclosed mall format wasn't sustainable in the small city crawling back from the Great Recession. Hull Property Group in Augusta, Georgia owns the property, which has become a hotspot for vandals and trespassers.

The Story Behind an Army Combat Photographer's Final Picture

A mortar tube accidentally explodes during an Afghan National Army live-fire training exercise in Laghman Province, Afghanistan, on July 2, 2013. It's an instance of war that we're not really meant to see, an unnerving blur of debris and fire before death.

Kidnapping Warrant Issued For Stepfather Of Missing Georgia Teen

Leon Lamar Tripp reportedly left the family's home in Augusta, Georgia, with his stepdaughter, Latania Janelle Carwell, 16, early one morning two weeks ago, police and relatives say. Although African Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 37 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's database under the age of 18 and 26 percent above the age of 18. Cases involving African Americans also tend to receive less media coverage than missing Whites, with missing men of color getting even less attention.

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