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Wagener man to be charged with arson, murder

A Wagener man will be charged with arson and murder in the death of a man whose body was found after a fire Saturday night.

03/16/10 - 4:44am

Augusta Canal asking groups to help

Augusta Canal will offer opportunities for groups to adopt its sections and keep them clean.

 

06/15/10 - 9:41pm

Streets around Augusta library to reopen

Crews will reopen two lanes closed because of construction on the new Augusta Library today. Dennis Ellis, traffic engineer for Richmond County, said the closed portions of both James Brown Boulevard and Telfair Street will open after about 14-months of detours....

03/16/10 - 4:46am

Action filed against Harrisburg landlords

Activists Butch Palmer and Lori Davis have filed Magistrate Court claims against two Harrisburg landlords, alleging their properties are nuisances

05/28/10 - 8:54pm

Richmond school schedule changes today, Wednesday

Students in Richmond County will get out of classes early today and will be out of classes all day on Wednesday. Today's early release means students will leave classes two hours early, dependent on when their school starts. Students will be out all day on Wednesday as part of a profession...

03/16/10 - 4:41am

Public meeting to discuss Vogtle air quality

 Georgia's Environmental Protection Division will hold an April 6 public meeting to discuss air quality permits for Plant Vogtle.

03/15/10 - 10:39am

Man arrested on public indeceny charge

An Evans man was arrested Sunday after a Columbia County sheriff's deputy said he caught him masturbating behind a glass door of an Evans business.

03/15/10 - 9:54am

Golf statues getting up for Masters

Strapped to the bed of a slow-moving truck, six larger-than-life statues of golfing greats made their way out of storage this morning.

 

03/15/10 - 4:04pm

Ga. attorney general plans Augusta visit

Georgia's attorney general will visit Augusta next week to discuss youth violence intervention.

03/15/10 - 9:39am

Ga. court reinstates 'pantyhose' rapist conviction

ATLANTA - Georgia's top court has reinstated rape convictions of a man accused of making women don pantyhose with a hole and then raping them. The court's unanimous ruling today reverses a decision by the Georgia Court of Appeals that had thrown out the convictions against Ali Nejad, who author...

03/15/10 - 9:33am
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