E-mail your letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. We condense letters when necessary. Most will not exceed 300 words. A letter must include the writer's name and city, which will be published, and an address and telephone number for verification, which will not be published. Writers may be limited to one letter every 30 days. Open letters, letters to third parties and poetry are not considered. Letters from people living outside the Chronicle's circulation area usually are not considered.
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Published articles and photos are available from The Augusta Chronicle. There is a fee for this service. For more information call the Library at (706) 823-3229.
How can I get permission to reprint an article in my publication?
All articles and photographs published in The Augusta Chronicle are copyrighted. Requests to reprint articles must be submitted to Library Director Rhonda Hollimon. Articles may not be published on Web sites. Only links to The Chronicle's web site may be used. Any use of photographs from The Augusta Chronicle involves a fee and written agreement.
Our AugustaChronicle.com archive of stories and photos published online dates back to 1996. AugustaArchives.com shows the page as it was originally published - with stories, photos and advertising. It contains every page of the newspaper scanned from microfilm, going back to the first issue in 1785. Take the guided tour to see how AugustaArchives.com works
The Richmond County and Fort Gordon Neighbors sections can be found online each Thursday in the Richmond County Neighbors section of AugustaChronicle.com. The Columbia County News-Times is online at NewsTimesOnline.com and is updated on Wednesdays and Sundays. You can find the Carolina Chronicle section online Wednesdays and Sundays in the Carolina Chronicle section of AugustaChronicle.com.
The Augusta Chronicle publishes the first 12 lines of an obituary free. Additional lines can be purchased. Obituaries are submitted by the funeral homes and may be edited for style and policy. Your funeral home can assist you with the details. Deadline for the next day's publication is 5 p.m. You can also contact us with any questions at 706-823-3351.
Yes, you can send the announcements to email@example.com. A wedding announcement form can also be obtained by calling our classifieds advertising department at (706) 828-3844 or you can download one from AugustaBrides.com. There are a number of packages available.
The deadline for receiving the information is 10 business days prior to the day you wish your announcement printed. For example, to be printed on Sunday, August 23rd, your photo and form must be received no later than Monday, August 10th. It is best to get it in even earlier if you can. Two to three weeks if preferred. Please call as soon as possible. Note: Saturdays and Sundays do not count as business days.
Some stories in the newspaper are not available for use online. Others are written by The Associated Press, and can be found in our AP News section. If you would like to see something specific on AugustaChronicle.com, please
Our Web site concentrates on local news and locally written content. Most syndicated columns and features, as well as articles from other sources, can be found on other Web sites. Of course, if it appears in the printed edition, it is possible to obtain a copy of it. Please call out Library at (706) 823-3229 for more information. You may want to visit AugustaArchives.com, our searchable, online archive of the printed edition of the newspaper, going back to the first issue in 1785. There is a fee for this service. For more information contact our Newsroom Library staff at (706) 823-3329, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Augusta Chronicle is published in the News Building, between 6th and 7th streets, on Broad Street, in downtown Augusta, Ga., across from the Civil War monument. (view a locator map). The address is:
The Augusta Chronicle
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Augusta, GA 30901
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