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Students Raeonda Williams, Thejas Hiremath, Trace Browne and AJ Evans put photos into a bin at Children's Hospital of Georgia. First- and second-year students from the Medical College of Georgia, who adopted CHOG as their class charity, raised more than $400 to purchase the toys, which help make the hospital more kid-friendly.

MCG students buy toys for sick children

A half-dozen students from the Medical College of Georgia enjoyed the fruits of their labor Thursday, as they loaded more than 250 toys into a giant box wrapped like a present at the Children's Hospital of Georgia.
By Lisa Kaylor

Kirby's Augusta

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Slideshow: Columbia County bookings Dec. 8-15

Review mugshots and criminal charges from the Columbia County Detention Center  Dec. 8-15

Augusta Outdoors

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Empty Stocking Fund donations

Previously acknowledged: $83,390.

Michaux: Clemson's Hall wants to go out with NCAA appearance

Only one goal will satisfy Clemson point guard Rod Hall.
By Scott Michaux

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Augusta firefighter damages new aerial truck

An Augusta firefighter had a nearly $8,500 whoopsie with its new aerial truck before it was even put into commission.
By Bianca Cain Johnson

Unnamed manufacturer interested in Augusta

A commitment by city officials to extend a roadway in Augusta Corporate Park could help pave the way for a new manufacturer interested in Augusta. Th enew company would bring in 360 new jobs.
By Jenna Martin

Judge says execution of black teen in 1944 "injustice"

COLUMBIA - More than 70 years after South Carolina sent a 14-year-old black boy to the electric chair in the killings of two white girls in a segregated mill town, a judge threw out the ...

Editorial: Putin's plunge

The world has changed. Vladimir Putin can no longer impose his will on it.
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