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UGA relaxes pregame tailgating restrictions

ATHENS, Ga. — The University of Georgia has eased some restrictions on campus tailgate parties before home football games.

03/25/11 - 10:38am

Ga. jobless fund going broke

ATLANTA — State officials are trying to figure out how to meet Georgia's unemployment insurance obligations.

03/25/11 - 9:21am

Rookies shine in RiverHawks' 10th consecutive win

Three Augusta RiverHawks rookies were honored by the Southern Professional Hockey League this morning when the league announced its all-rookie team.

03/25/11 - 12:22am

ASU wind symphony to hold spring concert

The Augusta State University Conservatory Wind Symphony will hold its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre on the ASU campus.

03/24/11 - 9:40pm

Ailey II dance troupe coming to USC Aiken

AIKEN - The Ailey II dance company will offer a performance at 8 p.m. on April 2 at University of South Carolina Aiken's Etherredge Center.

03/24/11 - 9:32pm

Glenn Hills High wins Ga. problem solving title

A Glenn Hills High School team won the state championship this past weekend in the Future Problem Solving Program, the Richmond County School System announced today.

03/25/11 - 12:14pm

Spartanburg crash brings questions on lawsuit cap

After a 6-year-old boy was killed in a miniature train crash, a state representative suggested lawmakers should re-examine a state law limiting how much injured can seek for medical bills and other expenses.

03/24/11 - 10:51pm

Drug deal taxes fade away in South Carolina

COLUMBIA --- In South Carolina, even drug dealers are expected to pay taxes. Perhaps more surprising: Some of them do. Or at least they used to.

03/24/11 - 10:59pm

Senate action slowed on drug-testing bill

COLUMBIA --- For jobless drug users, some unresolved questions in a state Senate committee bought extra time to collect unemployment benefits.

03/24/11 - 10:52pm

Cross Creek, Hephzibah FFA chapters honored

Cross Creek and Hephzibah high schools' FFAs were named Gold chapters by teachers from across Georgia, the Richmond County School System announced today.

03/25/11 - 12:14pm
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