Archive: November 30, 2006

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Final stormwater fee vote today

Augusta's controversial stormwater utility fee goes for a second and final Augusta Commission vote Tuesday.

Georgia Regents University and Augusta are on a “two-way street” where they should work together to become great, new GRU President Brooks Keel said.

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GRU President Keel pledges to work together with Augusta
Keel pledges to have university work with Augusta
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An Augusta Parks & Recreation employee Monday morning discovered damage to the park on the 600 block of Fourth Street.

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Augusta park vandalized, suspects sought
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Masters City Little League's All-Stars knocked off a defending state champion in dramatic fashion for the Georgia Junior Baseball Tournament title, and they begin Southeast Regional play Friday.

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Masters City Little League All-Stars win state title, advance to regionals
Masters City wins state title, advances to regionals
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Whether a pending federal lawsuit against a for-profit private probation company survives the first major legal hurdle is now up to a judge.
Sitting in U.S. District Court in Augusta, Judge Dudley H. Bowen Jr. heard arguments Monday in the suit filed by Philip Keen against Judicial Alternatives of Georgia.

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Judge hears arguments in suit against private probation firm
Arguments made in suit against private probation firm
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