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Augusta metro area home sales higher in February

Home sales increased in February in the Augusta metro area.

07/16/10 - 8:54pm

Panel OKs Perdue health measure

Georgia House committee OKs legislation to allow Georgians to buy health-insurance policies.

03/23/10 - 1:44pm

St. John's receives permission to interview Hewitt

ATLANTA --- Georgia Tech has granted permission for St. John's to interview Yellow Jackets coach Paul Hewitt.

03/23/10 - 6:35pm

SC 2nd worst drop in income-tax revenue

South Carolina had second-largest percent drop nationwide in revenue from individual income taxes last year.

03/23/10 - 4:51pm

Obama signs health reform bill

President Obama capped a yearlong effort this morning, signing into law a landmark health care reform bill.

 

07/11/13 - 2:20pm

Georgia U.S. Sen. Isakson hospitalized

ATLANTA - U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., was hospitalized in Atlanta on Monday.

 

03/23/10 - 11:08am

Gay prom date approved for Ga. school

COCHRAN, Ga. - An 18-year-old senior at Bleckley County High School has won approval to bring a same-sex date to the school prom. Derrick Martin says he first sought permission in January to bring his date to the April 17 dance at the school. Bleckley County High requires approval in advance for bri...

03/24/10 - 3:07pm

Gay prom date approved for Ga. school

COCHRAN, Ga.  - An 18-year-old senior at Bleckley County High School has won approval to bring a same-sex date to the school prom. Derrick Martin says he first sought permission in January to bring his date to the April 17 dance at the school. Bleckley County High requires approval in advance f...

03/23/10 - 10:23am

Whites claim bias in DeKalb suit

ATLANTA  - Testimony is to start today in a federal trial in which plaintiffs argue DeKalb County officials sought to replace white employees with black ones. Plaintiffs in the 2004 lawsuit accuse former DeKalb County CEO Vernon Jones of ordering a top subordinate to "dig up dirt" on top white ...

03/24/10 - 8:40am

Man robbed in downtown Augusta Monday

An Augusta man told authorities he was robbed at gunpoint in downtown Augusta Monday afternoon.

05/28/10 - 9:52pm

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Group demands hearing on commissioner appointment

City leaders appeared to warm to a request Monday by the West Augusta Alliance to hold one or more public hearings before appointing an interim District 7 commissioner to serve until Donnie ...
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