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First baby born at University

Avery James Palmer wasn't due to come until Jan. 22, but decided to make an early entrance into this world.

01/01/10 - 5:47pm

New Year's Eve stray bullet hits sleeping man

EFFINGHAM COUNTY -- 2009 ended with a shock for an Effingham County man awakened by bullet hitting his leg while asleep. William Haymans, of Sandy Hill Road in southern Effingham County, was asleep in his bed just before midnight Thursday when a bullet fell from the sky, pierced the ceiling of his ...

01/01/10 - 1:27pm

6 arrested on gambling charges

Six people have been arrested and charged in connection with running an illegal gambling operation at two Augusta convenience stores. Richmond County sheriff’s reports state that employees at both the Raceway at 3224 Deans Bridge Road and the C.K. Food Store at 2852 Deans Bridge Road were oper...

01/01/10 - 1:02pm

Atlanta plans to boot some parking violations

ATLANTA – Drivers returning to their cars parked illegally on Atlanta streets may find the vehicles have been booted. With the new year, Atlanta has begin enforcing an ordinance that targets violators with at least three outstanding parking tickets. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says drive...

01/01/10 - 12:46pm

Tennessee's Berry headed to NFL, expected to go first round

The Jim Thorpe Award winner as the nation's top defensive back, says he wants to help his parents.

01/01/10 - 12:45pm

Augusta man reports carjacking

An Augusta man reported that he was carjacked early Thursday morning. According to a Richmond County Office Sherriff’s report, the 21-year-old stated he had stopped at a stop sign on Kissingbower Road a little after 2:45 a.m. when four men surrounded his vehicle. Two of the men in front of th...

01/01/10 - 12:41pm

Walt Wilkins says he's proud of successes as SC's US attorney

Walt Wilkins plans to leave the office Jan. 10 and open a private practice focused on criminal defense and civil litigation.

01/01/10 - 12:36pm

United BioMass adds $10 million economic impact to community

NAHUNTA, Ga. - A new industry that converts waste wood into a usable fuel product is up and running in south Georgia's Brantley County, with expectations of a $10 million economic impact. Located in Nahunta, United BioMass LLC produces briquettes and fireplace logs for commercial and home use....

01/01/10 - 12:22pm

Suspected drunken driver crashes into Savannah square

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A suspected drunken driver vaulted his car into Savannah's Franklin Square early this morning, injuring himself and his passenger, according to Georgia State Patrol troopers. A trooper with the Georgia State Patrol Nighthawk DUI Task Force was monitoring speed on eastbound Inte...

01/01/10 - 9:16am

NC man accused of groping women in Atlanta building lobby

ATLANTA — Authorities have arrested a North Carolina man they say admitted to groping women at a downtown Atlanta building while high on crack. Georgia State Patrol Lt. Paul Cosper said 33-year-old Frank McMillan first groped a woman's backside after giving her a bear hug in the building&#...

12/31/09 - 10:20pm

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Upscale addiction treatment facility opens

The facility off Bennock Mill Road is a cutting-edge residential addiction treatment facility, combining evidence-based treatment and wellness approaches like diet and personalized exercise ...
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