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Georgia Regents get new chairman

ATLANTA  - A retired north Georgia paper executive has been named the chairman of the state Board of Regents.

 

06/09/10 - 6:46am

An oil spill like no other, UGA expert says

ATHENS, Ga. -- Nothing like the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has ever happened before - at least not in human history - and it will take years to assess damage, an expert says.

 

06/09/10 - 11:37am

Sewage problem limits camping at Ga. park

HOMERVILLE, Ga. -- All camping will be suspended at Stephen C. Foster State Park in Clinch County for more than six weeks beginning July 12.

06/09/10 - 6:32am

Tybee cops sued in Tazing incident

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- An 18-year-old who has autism and a heart condition Tuesday sued the city of Tybee Island for damages stemming from a May 21 Taser incident.

 

06/09/10 - 6:28am

Maid stole Paula Deen's jewels, cops say

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A maid was twice arrested last month on theft by taking charges after she allegedly pawned $27,500 in jewelry owned by Savannah icon Paula Deen

06/09/10 - 6:23am

Latest: Court won't stop execution

ATLANTA - Georgia's top court rejected a last-minute reprieve for a death row inmate facing execution today after being convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend and her 11-year-old niece.

06/09/10 - 12:20pm

100 let go in Atlanta layoffs

  ATLANTA — About 100 Atlanta city employees learned they were being let go Tuesday and more may come. City officials say about 300 workers could be let go before the cuts stop. Another 48 could be forced to transition. The layoffs don't include cuts expected in public works as well as ...

06/08/10 - 9:56pm

Dyer wins Democratic nod for SC's 3rd District

EASLEY, S.C.  — A FedEx pilot and former Air Force captain has won the Democratic nomination to fill an open congressional seat in South Carolina's 3rd District

06/08/10 - 9:05pm

Oil spill may take years to measure, UGA expert says

ATHENS, Ga. -- It will take years for scientists to understand the devastating effects of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a UGA scientist said.

06/08/10 - 7:21pm

Computer complicating school payroll checks

The Richmond County School System’s computer software that runs its payroll has been on the blink for the past week perhaps making it difficult for employees to get paid.

06/08/10 - 6:26pm
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