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Waynesboro mayor dies after illness

Pauline Jenkins, Waynesboro's first black and female mayor, had been very ill for a number of weeks, Burke County Sheriff Greg Coursey said Wednesday.

08/25/16 - 2:04am

Haley visits North Augusta, reluctantly backs Trump

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, in town Wednesday for a ceremonial bill signing, said Donald Trump isn't her first choice, but she'll vote for him and South Carolinians should, too.

08/25/16 - 5:07am

Tag office open Saturday

The Richmond County Tax Commissioner's Office is launching a Saturday office hours program at the South Augusta Tag Office from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday.

08/24/16 - 6:50pm

Williston considers smoking ban on town property

Smoking of tobacco or using electronic vapor products could soon be prohibited on Williston's town property including its parks and playgrounds.

08/24/16 - 6:50pm

Barnwell accident kills Aiken woman

BARNWELL, S.C. -- An Aiken woman has died following a single-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 278 outside of Barnwell near S.C. Highway 37.

08/24/16 - 6:48pm

Edgefield man charged with pulling gun on ex-supervisor

Police said an Edgefield, S.C., man will face charges after he pulled a gun on a supervisor after quitting his job at Comcast on Tuesday afternoon.

08/25/16 - 2:04am

Italy earthquake kills dozens

A strong earthquake in central Italy reduced three towns to rubble as people slept early Wednesday, with reports that as many as 50 people were killed and hundreds injured as rescue crews raced to dig out survivors.

08/24/16 - 6:28pm

West Ga. man faces vehicular homicide, DUI in crash that kills 2 sons

CATAULA, Ga. - Authorities say a Columbus man was drunk when he crashed his car in Harris County, killing two of his young sons.

08/24/16 - 6:41pm

Newspaper: Doctors in sex abuse cases often not disciplined

ATLANTA - Doctors who engage in sexual misconduct with patients are routinely treated as having "impairment" issues and may not be reported to law enforcement, according to new findings in an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

08/24/16 - 6:41pm

City classes can reduce stormwater fees

Private citizens can take a stormwater education class to reduce a business' monthly stormwater fee.

08/24/16 - 1:43am
 
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