NEWS ARTICLES 2008
Augusta Tomorrow News Highlights from 2008
One of Augusta's biotechnology business incubators is keeping some lofty company.
The national economic scene has not deterred Automatic Data Procession, Inc. from wantng to fill its new building to the brim.
Plotting a course for the future by taking a page from the past
Library to be built by April 2010
MCG's $31 million Cancer Center for Outpatient Treatment
Consultants offer initial ideas for Augusta and North Augusta
Medical College of Georgia Hospital and Clinics will break ground next month on a $31 million cancer center that will help doctors provide comprehensive care to patients.
Davidson's figures top Georgia
ASU & Georgia Tech signed an agreement establishing a two-year pre-engineering program in Augusta.
The White's Building Grand Opening Held on July 31, 2008
The nation's largest retailer of used cars, a Fortune 500 company, is setting up a dealership in Augusta
Teleperformance is the 3rd major customer service center to open in Augusta in the past year.
Augusta Celebrates James Brown
Renovation is on Schedule
Augusta and North Augusta residents can give their input on the new urban core master plan.
Seating capacity rises for Augusta Regional Airport while other airports across the state are steadily losing capacity
Augusta has scored big wtih two new sporting events: teh Augusta Half Marathon and the Iron Man Triathlon.
A study by Univ. of Georgia economists said Augusta's two state university-system schools had an economic impact of $1.1 billion on the Augusta area in 2007.
Five-year campaign to raise $20 million for new Kroc Center to begin soon. Cheatam, Fletcher, Scott picked to handle architectural duties.
As national numbers take a dive, Augusta posts limited growth
Signal Center will be site of company's largest technology training facility
Restoration of the White’s Building has spawned other developments, some of which will be as good for the environment as they are for downtown
Looking at the future of North Augusta
The nation's only recycling facility capable of keeping tons of scrap carpet out of landfills is exceeding expectations after more than a year of continuous operation.
The Augusta Historic Preservation Commission approved the concept of a $30 million mixed-use development with a hotal to be located downtown at James Brown Blvd., Reynolds St. and the Augusta Common
Board moves forward on $135 million bond
Augusta Regional Airport's new $30 million terminal to open.