NEWS ARTICLES 2005
Augusta Tomorrow News Highlights from 2005
Next year, Augusta Regional Airport will be using state-of-the-art equipment that not even Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has.
This fall, workers are acquiring land for a complex road project designed to spare the ornate downtown landmark and relieve traffic snarls along 15th Street.
The urban segment of the Augusta Canal has untapped economic potential that could rival the city's riverwalk, a professional planner said Monday during the inaugural meeting of a new Canal Redevelopment Task Force.
Castleberry/Snow's Brands Inc. will add as many as 200 jobs this year because of two major additions at the company, which makes canned barbecue and stew at its 15th Street factory.
$150 million Belk- and Dillard's-anchored shopping center could be on its way to a location near the intersection of River Watch Parkway and Interstate 20.
The Historic Miller Theater was sold today to local developer Peter Knox IV.
New York-based nutritional supplement company announced Wednesday that it will bring a factory and ultimately as many as 500 jobs to Augusta.
A group of investors has announced that it will build an 800,000-square-foot open-air shopping center on a 132-acre site near the intersection of River Watch Parkway and Interstate 20.
There's a lot more to this city than golf. Companies in the metro area produce some of the most recognizable products in the world.
Officials with General Growth Properties Inc. announced Wednesday a massive renovation plan that will create a 135,000-square-foot "lifestyle village" out of vacant sections of the old Macy's store and adjoining parking lot.
Augusta's downtown farmers market has found fertile ground on Macarten Street, where it will soon open for the second year in a row.
With the 46th annual South Atlantic League All-Star Game in town tonight, the past few days have represented a good time to look back on Augusta's baseball history.
Mr. Boardman was appointed last week to a new committee created by Gov. Sonny Perdue that will focus on how Georgia and South Carolina can jointly share and manage the Savannah River - and ward off potential conflict.