A Decade of Stepping Through and Being Amazing

A Decade of Stepping Through and Being Amazing

Eric Parker doesn’t sit much these days. But today, he’s relaxing in one of theClubhou.se’s expansive glass-walled rooms on the third floor of the Georgia Cyber Center, overlooking the Savannah River on one side and downtown Augusta on the other. If you’d asked ...
Local Faces of Fishing

Local Faces of Fishing

By Don Rhodes  |  Painting by Rod Crossman BILL BAAB Bill Baab recalls that it was Earl Tyler DeLoach (the first local writer for The Augusta Chronicle to cover the sport of fishing) who inspired and mentored him after joining the daily newspaper as its first copy boy...
The Lure of Fishing

The Lure of Fishing

By Joe Manus  |  Painting by Rod Crossman My index finger on my left hand is missing part of its tip. It is a daily reminder of my fishing roots. When I was little, I whittled my own lures. I would shape them to look like the more handsome store-bought ones in my...
More Than a Crown

More Than a Crown

By Hailea Boykin Born and raised in Augusta, Quinn Shelt is determind to make a difference. As the current Miss Augusta, Shelt, a recent graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Minor in Communication Studies, is using...
Hub For Innovation

Hub For Innovation

By Dustin Turner In April 2021, the Community Foundation for the CSRA, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA and the Medical College of Georgia Foundation began a project designed to help residents of the Harrisburg and Laney Walker neighborhoods thrive. Now, just...
Salt of the Earth

Salt of the Earth

By Aimee Serafin | Photos by Randy Pace Jennifer and Grady Blanchard are down-to-earth Southern folk who love Jesus, family gatherings and slow-cooked barbecue. Their faith runs deep, as does their love for furry four-legged creatures, so much so that two years ago...