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Medical students display their research projects. Dean Peter Buckley said the program saw its highest participation this summer.

MCG students spend summer in research

Seventy percent of first-year medical student Noah Koon's class spent their time in the summer research program, the first time more than half of a medical school class has done that, Medical College of Georgia Dean Peter Buckley said.
By Tom Corwin

Kirby's Augusta

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Slideshow: Montgomery Gentry

Check out almost 300 photos to see who was Spotted in the crowd at the Montgomery Gentry performance.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Sept. 15-22

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Sept. 15-22. 

Event has 'year-round impact'

With one week left until the Ironman takes place, athletes are prepping. Something that has become increasingly common over the last few years.

South Carolina, feds dispute tank closure deadlines

The U.S. Energy Department says the state did not provide sufficient reasoning for denying a request to extend the closure deadline for two nuclear waste storage tanks.
By Meg Mirshak

Whole Foods, Gander Mountain open Tuesday

Outdoor retailer Gander Mountain and organic grocery store Whole Foods both open their Augusta stores on Tuesday.

Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Sept. 15-22

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center Sept. 15-22. 

41-year-old murder case still unsolved

Carol Greggs was a 24-year-old Paine College professor who was planning to leave Augusta to return to her hometown in Calhoun County when she was killed in 1973.

Editorial: A century of service

The world could use more Rotarians. And this city should consider itself fortunate to have had them as long as it has.
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