Mark Johnson Forced to Fight for His Job

Mark Johnson Forced to Fight for His Job

Augusta Environmental Services Director Mark Johnson doesn’t appreciate having his job threatened, particularly when he believes he has done nothing wrong. This past week, Johnson presented members of the Augusta Commission a detailed report regarding the questions surrounding the authorization of a $15,860 pay increase he received last year. During the Augusta Commission meeting this […]

Let the Brewing Begin

Let the Brewing Begin

It’s official, beer fans! Riverwatch Brewery in Augusta has finally received all the state and federal licensing it needed to officially begin its locally brewed beer right here in the Garden City. It will be the city’s first locally owned and operated packaging brewery since the demise of the Augusta Brewing Company. “We are so […]

Goodbye, NBC 26 Today

Goodbye, NBC 26 Today

When fans of NBC 26 Today tuned in to see their favorite morning anchors, Barclay Bishop and Jay Jefferies, on Tuesday morning, many Augustans were crushed. There was no smiling Barclay and no joking Jay. The two beloved morning anchors were gone. The news station was immediately flooded with complaints and dozens of comments began […]