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Ga. school board to debate math curriculum changes

ATLANTA - The Georgia Board of Education is expected to take up a measure today that would overhaul the state's much-criticized mathematics curriculum.

03/09/11 - 6:36am

Weekend 'yard sale ' from Macon to Georgia coast

Thousands expected to be looking for bargains this weekend in the annual Peach to Beaches yard sale stretching nearly 200 miles from west of Macon to Jekyll Island on the coast.

03/09/11 - 11:53am

SUV crashes into Savannah church

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- The driver of a Ford Expedition lost control of the vehicle Tuesday and ran into St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

03/09/11 - 6:20am

Haley: Retirement system must be fixed

COLUMBIA - South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley told state government retirees their pension system needs to be overhauled to stay in the black but that state assurances to them will be kept.

03/09/11 - 1:02am

The Green Way Store relocates to downtown

The Green Way Store has moved to downtown Augusta, in the same building as its headquarters, Kamo Manufacturing Co.

03/08/11 - 10:45pm

Greenbrier High principal's resignation accepted

The Columbia County school board Tuesday accepted the resignation of Greenbrier High School Principal Margie Hamilton.

03/08/11 - 9:45pm

Atlanta nightclub sues LeBron James

ATLANTA - An Atlanta nightclub has filed a lawsuit against basketball star LeBron James that accuses him of reneging on a promise to make a one-hour appearance later this month.

03/08/11 - 8:03pm

Ga. Senate passes HOPE bill

ATLANTA - The Georgia Senate voted Tuesday to reduce HOPE scholarships for all but the state's highest scoring students and make other cuts in the cash-strapped program, two weeks after Gov. Nathan Deal unveiled his plan to keep the historic initiative from going broke.

03/09/11 - 12:41am

ASU Alumni Association honors Hamrick

Kathy Hamrick, former special coordinator for master planning and professor of mathematics at Augusta State University, was honored by the university's Alumni Association with the Town and Gown Award at its Annual Meeting and Awards Celebration on Feb. 18 at Saint Paul's Church, according to a university news release.

03/08/11 - 6:57pm

Report: Metro Atlanta should conserve water before building more reservoirs

ATLANTA -- Metro Atlanta can do more to conserve water before looking to new interbasin transfers or reservoirs, according to a report released Tuesday by an environmental group.

03/08/11 - 6:29pm
 
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