Our Time To Care winner for April is a Richmond County firefighter, but he's not getting the honor for any heroism on the job, although there's been plenty of that over the years.
News 12 is a proud sponsor of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA's Burger Battle. The event will be held April 23 at 5:30 p.m. at the E.W. Hagler Club at 1903 Division Street in Augusta.
Our Time To Care winner for March is a woman with a big heart for pets and the people who adopt them. She makes it her mission to open her home to rescue animals until the right family comes along.
In many ways, Donna Joyner is a typical realtor -- always on the go and always on the phone. Joyner lives in a busy world of buyers and sellers and homes.
Our Time To Care winner for September is a young mother of three who has seen her share of hard times. But instead of letting it get her down, she found a way to help her own family by helping others in need.
Our Time To Care winner for August is a local man who's spent decades helping others. His ideas have been as big as starting a school and small as planting a garden.
It is that time of year when patriotism is in the spotlight. As News 12’s Richard Rogers tells us, July’s Time to Care Award winner is a real patriot – not just one month a year but all year long.
There's been an increase in the amount of animals being sent to shelters and animal services say they are just having a hard time keeping up.
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