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Navy names 4 killed in Ga. crash

PENSACOLA, Fla. - The U.S. Navy will have a closed memorial service on Friday at Pensacola Naval Air Station for two Marines, one sailor and a Navy retiree who died when their Panhandle-based training jet crashed in north Georgia. The military released the names of the four crash victims this&n...

04/14/10 - 3:21pm

Procrastinators file into tax offices

Tax week is busy for tax preparers dealing with volume of procrastinators.

04/14/10 - 4:40pm

Aiken seeks burglary suspect

AIKEN -- The Aiken County Sheriff's Office is looking for an Augusta man, who is wanted for burglary and grand larceny in Jackson. Darren Marquis Reeves, 22, of the 200 block of East Telfair Street, is wanted for burglarizing a Jackson home on March 19, where jewelry, electronics and pistol were tak...

05/28/10 - 11:33pm

Ga. House voted to end tax on property, retirement income

ATLANTA -- The House voted today to eliminate the tax the state levies on retirement income and property.

04/14/10 - 2:49pm

Walter Dukes to assume new role with Georgia Power

Walter Dukes, past chamber chairman, assumes new role with Georgia Power.

07/16/10 - 7:51pm

Wake Forest names coach

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Jeff Bzdelik is taking over Wake Forest's program from a coach who was fired despite going 30 games over .500 at the school. No extra pressure there, Bzdelik insisted. "I embrace the challenges," he said. "I have both eyes open." Wake Forest ended its weeklong search for Dino G...

04/14/10 - 12:25pm

Wake Forest names coach

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Jeff Bzdelik is taking over Wake Forest's program from a coach who was fired despite going 30 games over .500 at the school. No extra pressure there, Bzdelik insisted. "I embrace the challenges," he said. "I have both eyes open." Wake Forest ended its weeklong search for Dino G...

04/14/10 - 12:24pm

Ga. Senate OKs fee increases

ATLANTA -- The Senate voted 44-9 today to boost more than 1,000 state fees to raise $96 million in an effort to balance next year's budget.

04/15/10 - 2:03pm

Legislators trips cost Georgia

ATLANTA - Georgia lawmakers collected nearly $3.6 million in travel and expenses over 27 months, a newspaper reports.

04/14/10 - 11:14am

Augusta loft tour planned

Historic Augusta's Downtown Loft Tour will be held on First Friday, May 7 and Saturday, May 8,  featuring the architecture and interiors of renovated spaces as well as those which are in progress. Tickets for the loft tour can be purchased for $15 in advance or for $20 during the tour. Tickets ...

04/14/10 - 11:10am
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