Augusta

Trick-or-Treat

Trick-or-Treat

Doing good isn’t easy in this town. Not only are there a lot of different organizations jumping up and down trying to get you to do good with them, but every now and then you’ll have an issue with an organization or an individual that just doesn’t shake out the way you think it ought […]

Back to the Future

Back to the Future

Though it might seem like an odd thing to say about a beloved landmark with more than a hundred years as a community touchstone, Hal Smith, the Partridge Inn’s interim general manager, hopes that the last guest checking out of the iconic hotel last Sunday represented the end of an era. “I think the hotel […]

Public hearings approved for downtown parking meters

Public hearings approved for downtown parking meters

The downtown parking debate raged on this week with several members of the Augusta Commission having differing opinions on the Downtown Development Authority’s proposal to install a state-of the-art parking system along the Broad Street corridor. On one side of the argument was Mayor Deke Copenhaver and Augusta Commissioner Marion Williams urging their colleagues to […]