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Aiken school board gives superintendent positive evaluation

 Aiken County School District Superintendent Beth Everitt received a vote of confidence from board members as she received a glowing evaluation from board members for the third year. School board members discussed Everitt's evaluation during Tuesday evening's executive session. Members said Eve...

12/09/10 - 1:47pm

Train stalls Columbia County traffic

Traffic is moving again after a morning train stopped traffic in Columbia County.

12/09/10 - 9:48am

Litwin named chief of cardiology in the Department of Medicine at MCG

Dr. Sheldon Ellis Litwin has been named chief of cardiology in the Department of Medicine in the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine.

12/09/10 - 3:03pm

Deal inaugural to feature service

ATLANTA — Gov.-elect Nathan Deal will kick off his inaugural celebration with a day of service.

12/09/10 - 8:46am

Officials: SC teen dies after setting self on fire

Authorities say a North Charleston high school student has died after he set himself on fire in his school's parking lot.

12/09/10 - 11:23pm

Judge approves $1million settlement in gay bar raid

ATLANTA — A federal judge has approved a settlement requiring Atlanta to pay $1 million and change police policy to end a lawsuit over a raid on a gay bar.

12/08/10 - 6:18pm

Aiken High has fire evacuation

AIKEN -- A portion of Aiken High students were evacuated from the building Wednesday after a minor fire was started just 30 minutes before the end of school.

12/09/10 - 8:48am

North Augusta dispatcher honored

Tony Kirkland, a dispatcher with the North Augusta Department of Public Safety, was cited Tuesday afternoon for excellence in his work, receiving the Bob Wylds Sr. Beacon Award.

12/08/10 - 5:37pm

Phoney Ga. congressman arrested in DC

WASHINGTON — A man who claimed to be Georgia Congressman Jack Kingston, of Savannah, was charged with unlawful possession of a congressional pin, a symbol that allows members to bypass Capitol security.

12/08/10 - 6:42pm

Police OK'd killing dogs, wife of Burke suspect says

A Jefferson County man charged in the dumping of a truckload of dead dogs along a rural road last week remains in the Burke County Jail under a $39,000 bond.

12/08/10 - 4:09pm
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