Before and after photos by Washington Fireman Tom Duggan show the city’s new fire station following its extensive year-and-a-half-long demolition and remodeling.
The City of Washington formally adopted its $22.8 million 2020 budget with some reservations which may be addressed when the new mayor and council take over at the January meeting.
Residents living in the city limits of Dearing filled the Town Hall to express support and opposition to a Dollar General opening at 4756 Augusta Highway.
North Augusta City Council will hold a special study session and meeting on Monday to discuss a new fountain for Riverside Village.
Homes and businesses that are customers of the Thomson’s gas department should prepare for their gas rate to increase 2.75 percent in January, increasing the service rate from $13 per month to $15.50 per month.
After two months of testing to remove the kinks and find an effective attachment for uniforms, the officers of the Thomson Police Department are now wearing body cameras to help protect them when interacting with citizens.
The top order of business at Monday’s regular meeting of the Washington City Council was the installation of Rev. Larry Hill as a new member of the council.
Funding upkeep of Augusta’s cemeteries – possibly by privatizing one of them – was on the minds of three Augusta commissioners and the mayor Friday.
Augusta’s abandoned jail has a bright future – in the film business.
The Grovetown city council voted unanimously Tuesday to allow residents to have an irrigation meter added onto their sprinkler system.