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Past articles by Lisa:

Longtime pastor, civil rights leader remembered

The Rev. Nathaniel Irvin Sr., who was active in the civil rights movement and served as minister of Old Storm Branch Baptist Church for 33 years, died Saturday. → Read More

Families remember murder victims at ceremony

More than 50 people gathered at the May Park Community Center on Friday to remember loved ones who were murdered. → Read More

Costumes, culture, food part of Arts in the Heart

Walking behind two girls from Greece on Friday, Jen­nifer Moore and Karina Mon­toya led a large, colorful group representing more than a dozen Hispanic countries in the Parade of Nations. → Read More

Savannah River to be lowered to remove houseboat

The Savannah River will be lowered beginning Sunday to allow for the removal of an old houseboat under the Fifth Street Bridge. → Read More

9/11 remembrances scheduled in Augusta area

With Sept. 11 falling on a Sunday this year, several public commemorations in the Augusta area will be held Friday. → Read More

Hip hop concert rescheduled

The Kings & Queens of Hip Hop concert scheduled for Friday at the Bell Auditorium has been rescheduled due a state of emergency issued for Richmond County. → Read More

Pastors deliver call for unity, change in south Augusta

Nine pastors took the stage at the Dia­mond Lakes Community Center on Friday night to demonstrate unity and pray for the city. The nine were just a sampling of 40 churches that are coming together to try to make a change for south Augusta. → Read More

Powerball players are on the move as drawing nears

Ellen Kelley bought her Powerball tickets from two other stores in South Carolina before settling in at Bodie's Fuel Center off 13th Street on Tuesday. → Read More

Augusta church still bears scars from vandalism a year later

The bricks that flank the doors to the Metropolitan Church of Our Redeemer still bear the scars from last year’s hate crime. → Read More

Augusta interfaith service held after shootings

About 50 people filled the sanctuary at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta on Friday in remembrance of the victims of shootings that took place across the country this week. → Read More

Survivor of Sept. 11 attacks speaks at Augusta church

On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Sujo John said goodbye to his wife, Mary, who was four months pregnant, in their Teaneck, N.J., home and went to his office in New York City. → Read More

Former First Baptist pastor tries to raise $50,000 for developmentally challenged

Greg DeLoach, a former First Baptist Church of Augusta pastor, is asking each of his friends, family, and his 2,100 Facebook friends to donate $25 to Developmental Disabilities Ministries, of which he is now president and CEO. → Read More

Pastor retires after 50 years

On June 26, the members of Holiness Deliverance Tabernacle and Living Waters Church will celebrate the long life and career of the Rev. Wiladean Myers. → Read More

Augusta Vacation Bible school plans emerge

A giant yellow submarine stands in the middle of the stage at West Acres Baptist Church, flanked by enormous blue waves. → Read More

First Friday delivers tributes to Prince

Bands at Augusta Common played tributes to the late pop star, and the fountains on the lower end of Broad Street were turned purple. → Read More

Comedian Chonda Pierce talks about happily ever after

Augusta Georgia’s source for News, Entertainment, Sports, Weather, Classifieds, Jobs, Autos, Real Estate and Masters information from The Augusta Chronicle, → Read More

Summer camp fun underway for children

One organization, The Family Y, will hold camps in Augusta, Aiken, North Augusta, Thomson and Jefferson County. → Read More

Mize, Hardy share paths to faith at annual Masters Week Golf Breakfast

Winning a green jacket in 1987 changed Larry Mize's life - but not as much as the year before when, staring into the face of his newborn son, he gave his life to Christ. → Read More

Good Friday events planned

Today is Good Friday, which recalls the day Jesus was crucified. According to the the Gospels - the biblical books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - Jesus had been arrested for proclaiming to be the King of the Jews. → Read More

Mize to speak at Masters Week Golf Breakfast

The breakfast will be held Tuesday, April 5, at 7 a.m. at Warren Baptist Church and is presented by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. → Read More