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Southeastern US gets ready for icy, snowy weekend

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Southeastern U.S. was next in line for icy roads and snowy landscapes as a storm pushed eastward Friday.

01/30/10 - 4:22am

Aiken suspect arrested in California

AIKEN - One of Aiken County's most wanted was arrested in California earlier this week.

05/29/10 - 12:38am

Security Federal Corp. reports lower profits

Security Federal Corp. today reported quarterly net income of $320,000.

07/16/10 - 9:05pm

Biotech incubator officials request continued funding

ATLANTA -- Other states are recruiting Georgia biotech startups, and cutting funding for a state business incubator won't help, officials said today.

01/29/10 - 2:14pm

Saturday could see freezing rain in region

Some of this area's more northern counties could receive some freezing rain by noon tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service.

01/29/10 - 2:07pm

Walton Way Extension bank robbed today

First Citizens Bank on Walton Way Extension robbed today.

01/29/10 - 5:41pm

Aiken planners put off overlay meeting

Aiken Planning Commission voted to postpone a public hearing on an increasingly unpopular Highway Overlay District Ordinance.

01/29/10 - 1:10pm

67 affected by North Augusta layoff

TTX Co. in North Augusta layed-off 67 employees this week, according to Sara Lorenzo, a communications director at Chicago-based TTX Co. The employee’s last day is Sunday. The company furloughed about 170 employees for 60 days back in August, and were able to bring a portion of those employees...

01/29/10 - 1:07pm

On-line course to help Ga. students

A free online remediation course designed to help high school students pass the science and social studies portion of the Georgia High School Graduation Test was announced today by Superintendent of Schools Kathy Cox.

01/29/10 - 1:06pm

DOE mercury meeting planned

The U.S. Energy Department will hold a scoping meeting at 5:30 p.m. March 4 to discuss the U.S. Energy Department's plan to build a national repository to store thousands of tons of unwanted mercury. The meeting, to be held at North Augusta Municipal Center, is to discuss a draft Environmental Impac...

01/29/10 - 12:39pm

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'Do not swim' order lifted for Savannah River

Officials have lifted the "do not swim" order for the Savannah River, but questions still linger on the unknown substance's origin.
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