Tim Rausch, Augusta Chronicle

Tim Rausch

Augusta Chronicle

Augusta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

State wants Columbia County to add bus routes

The Georgia Department of Transportation wants the county to add urban routes and bus stops by 2020, likely along Washington, North Belair and Columbia roads. → Read More

Quad/Graphics to stop production this month

The Wisconsin-based printing company made the shutdown announcement in November, a day after reporting a $552 million quarterly loss to the SEC and its investors. → Read More

Mega Kroger near Grovetown on pace to open in summer

Despite a wet autumn, developers say a mega Kroger along Interstate 20 near Grovetown is on pace to open in the summer of 2016. → Read More

Lott defeats Taylor for Georgia House District 122 seat

Jodi Lott defeated Mack Taylor in Tuesday's runoff election to fill the vacant Georgia House District 122 seat. → Read More

OSHA fines contractor $23,100 for fatal fall in May in Evans

An Aiken framing contractor was fined $23,100 by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for a May fatal fall at an Evans home construction site. → Read More

Final order issued for Georgia Regents Medical Center to build hospital near Grovetown

The commissioner of the Georgia Department of Community Health signed the final order Monday allowing Georgia Regents Medical Center to build a hospital near Grovetown, closing the door for appeals. → Read More

Developer planning 360-unit retirement community in Martinez

Bennett Hofford, the owner of Bennett Hofford Construction, is seeking new zoning for 40 acres at 309 Furys Ferry Road for Indigo Hall, a complex involving an assisted care facility, independent living cottages and possibly a nursing home. → Read More

Martinez daycare zoning request withdrawn

Developers of a daycare at the entrance of a Martinez neighborhood are withdrawing their rezoning request to the Columbia County Commission, citing public opinion and a potentially better location. → Read More

Goodwill opening deep discount thift concept store in Martinez in December

Goodwill Industries is opening a Last Chance! Goodwill location at the former Blockbuster Video store in Decmeber. → Read More

Scuttlebiz: CareSouth operations are bought in merger

The deal is done. HealthSouth now owns Augusta-based CareSouth's home health and hospice agency operations. → Read More

Quad/Graphics plans to close Evans plant this year

Quad/Graphics Inc. says its plans to begin closing plants and taking others steps to cut $100 million in costs. → Read More

PDQ opening Augusta location in spring

PDQ will soon be building its second location in the Augusta area, near Interstate 20 along Washington Road. → Read More

Medium-size businesses must soon offer health insurance after Affordable Care Act delay ends

The reprieves have run out. Medium-size businesses will be required to offer health insurance to most of its employees in the new year. → Read More

Progress on main road used as marketing tool for Augusta Corporate Park

The Augusta Commission approved a memorandum of understanding to use about $2.5 million from two prior rounds of the special purpose local option sales tax to extend a four-lane road through the Au­gusta Corporate Park. → Read More

Drought then flood wipe out crops across South Carolina

A double whammy hit South Carolina farmers this year. Before the hurricane rain flooded large swaths of the state, a doozy of a drought wiped out row crops. → Read More

Augusta bank reports $4.8 million profit

The parent company of Georgia Bank & Trust reported Friday an increase in third-quarter profit compared with last year. → Read More

Wells Fargo closes downtown Augusta branch

For the first time in 48 years, the bank building in downtown Augusta no longer has a bank in it. → Read More

Augusta unemployment declines to 6.3 percent in September

The Augusta metro area had a slight decline in the unemployment rate for September, the Georgia Department of Labor reported Thursday. → Read More

'Chronicle' president announces resignation

Dana Atkins, the president of The Augusta Chronicle, announced his resignation Tuesday to spend time with his family. → Read More

'Chronicle' president announces resignation

Dana Atkins, the president of The Augusta Chronicle, announced his resignation Tuesday to spend time with his family. → Read More