Spring Festival Guide

Spring Festival Guide

At the first signs of spring, everyone’s instinct is to head outdoors, relax and enjoy the beautiful weather. Add live music, tasty food, a cold beer and several thousand friends to the mix and you have a festival that can’t be missed. Welcome to the Metro Spirit’s Spring Festival Guide that will definitely jump-start your […]

Former state Sen. Charles Walker speaks

Former state Sen. Charles Walker speaks

There has been a lot of buzz this week about the recent release of former state Sen. Charles Walker’s new autobiography called, From Peanuts to Power: The Road to Wealth, Success and Happiness. While the former senator’s supporters are cheering his every move, many of his critics claim they would rather be forced to read […]

Meth Lab Discovered in Augusta

Meth Lab Discovered in Augusta

Lt. Allan Rollins of the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that deputies discovered a meth lab at 2408 Patrick Ave. in Augusta. Three individuals — Robert Winford Dukes, Scott Lee Weirich and Brian Shane Cherry — are facing charges in the incident. The following is the Rollins’ press release regarding this morning’s discovery: At approximately 1:44 am […]

Online Rummaging

Online Rummaging

At least 10 times a day, Christy Beckham finds herself scanning the Facebook group page Augusta Girlfriend Garage Sale, hunting for that perfect piece of furniture she simply can’t pass up. “It is just so much fun,” Beckham said, laughing at the fact that searching the home furnishing online page has become a slight addiction. […]

Columbia County’s all-access tickets are a joke

Columbia County’s all-access tickets are a joke

All right, folks. Let’s get one thing straight: Columbia County employees don’t need 20 all-access tickets to shows held in the Columbia County Exhibition Center. The county owns the facility. If employees from the county’s Community & Leisure Services Division need access to the exhibition center during a show, all they need is a shirt, […]

Hiring and firing power up for debate

Hiring and firing power up for debate

All of a sudden, a play for power is the name of the game among Augusta commissioners, the mayor and the city administrator. Two weeks ago, Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis called for state legislators to change the city’s 1995 consolidation bill to give the mayor significantly more authority, such as veto power, the ability to […]

This Week’s Whine Line

This Week’s Whine Line

While visiting family members at their church, we all stopped to buy groceries at the local Bilo. Imagine our surprise as we walk by the bouquets of cotton for sale. Really? cotton …. Well I tell you that with this being Black history month and all, I kinda wanna be offended for everyone ! Voters […]

Food Stuff

Food Stuff

If you ever go for dinner at Columbia County’s American Legion Post, settle in for a long, fun evening. Why would I even think about going to dinner at the American Legion, you may be asking yourself. It’s a good question, but one that may have a little bit of an unexpected answer. Yes, the […]