Attack on the Augusta Watchdogs

Attack on the Augusta Watchdogs

Some locals were surprised this past week by the sudden disappearance of the Augusta Watchdogs’ Facebook page. For those unfamiliar with Augusta Watchdogs, it was a group page on Facebook that discussed a variety of issues facing the Garden City. The Facebook page, primarily led by Harrisburg resident and former Augusta mayoral candidate Lori Davis, […]

A House is Not a Home

A House is Not a Home

If you haven’t ever met Pam Costabile, the manager of code enforcement for Augusta-Richmond County, you’ve probably never had a problem with dilapidated houses in your neighborhood or an unscrupulous landlord who refused to fix your leaking roof. Definitely count your blessings that you’re not faced with such headaches, but you also missed out on […]

Ride in Peace

Ride in Peace

“Andy has dropped off the back.” Up until then, last Saturday’s memorial service honoring Andy Jordan had been a mostly uplifting event. Sure, there were heartbreaking moments, such as when his daughter Amy had trouble beginning when it was her turn to eulogize her father. But there was a lot of laughter as well, like […]