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19 hours ago

Augusta Free Press

Chris Graham and Jerry Carter talk about an exciting week in ACC basketball: the Duke-Virginia game last weekend, UVA's win at UNC, Duke's comeback at Louisville, more. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Augusta Free Press

PRESS RELEASE: Detectives continue to seek information in Deandre Harris case. Our detectives have worked tirelessly and exhausted all efforts to identify the two men pictured here, who are considered to be persons of interest in the assault that took place on August 12, 2017. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Hickey at (434) 970-3542 or CrimeStoppers at (434) 977-4000. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Augusta Free Press

So, sorry, but bad news for those hoping to access Skyline Drive this weekend. Lots of damage from the recent ice/snow/wind event. Trees down across the Drive and many hanging limbs that will have to be removed throughout the Park. North of mile 15 particularly hard hit! We'll keep you posted on our progress! ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

Augusta Free Press

Have you seen a Christmas wreath by City Hall in Waynesboro and wondered what it is doing there?

From Dwayne Jones, Parks & Recreation Director: "I wanted to let you know we have placed a wreath on the light pole near the city hall courtyard to see what folks think. You may have already noticed it but, if not I was hoping you could let folks on the various downtown committees know. It will be up for a few more weeks to give folks a chance to take a look during the day and evening as it is lighted. We have put it in the budget as a supplemental request ... so there is no guarantee we will get the money but if enough folks like it and let our elected officials know then maybe the program as a shot to make downtown more festive during the holidays."

Take a look and let the city know what you think.
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I need no look to say no public money or building should display anyone's religious imagery. That's just asking for a lawsuit the city will and should lose. Why act belligerent?

3 days ago

Augusta Free Press

Responding to citizen concerns is paramount to an effective government. Over the next several weeks you will notice the following signs appearing alongside medians that are often times frequented by individuals asking for donations. We respect and care about all citizens, including everyone’s safety at intersections. We also want to ensure that our community and its visitors are aware of the many worthwhile not-for-profit resources that serve our region, and our city. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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you're dead to me

My opinion of this is some of these people really need help problem is figuring out which ones they are I think the city’s need to get together find out who needs the help give it to them shelter ,food health care my only issue is the ones that smell like alcohol and smoking cigarettes but we are not the ones to judge just pray for all of them ...

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