Does Sentinel have no shame?

Does Sentinel have no shame?

So Augustans learned last week that Sentinel Offender Services — the private probation company that has been hit by more than a dozen lawsuits filed in both Richmond and Columbia counties — is now trying to throw Richmond County officials under the bus and blame them for the private company’s shady dealings. Basically, attorneys for […]

Goolsby’s Fight Against the Golf Hall of Fame

Goolsby’s Fight Against the Golf Hall of Fame

This past week, the Metro Spirit ran a cover story about the long, sordid history of the former Georgia Golf Hall of Fame property on Reynolds Street. After reading the feature, several local citizens recalled the story of Mildred Goolsby, who once owned the Riverwatch Convenience Store, formerly Mildred’s Lottery, on 13 St. in downtown Augusta. […]

Behind the Brick Wall

Behind the Brick Wall

More than 25 years ago, Augusta had such grand plans for the 17-acre property along the Savannah River on Reynolds Street now referred to by most locals as “the old Georgia Golf Hall of Fame” site. When the Golf Hall of Fame was first created by the Georgia General Assembly back in 1982, the project […]