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NAACP critical of Laney-Walker closure

Closing a portion of Laney-Walker Boulevard inside the campus of Medical College of Georgia would be shutting off a major artery through the black community, members of the Augusta NAACP said today.

12/14/10 - 4:54pm

Steve Harvey signing books

New York Times best-selling author, comedian, Family Feud host and radio host Steve Harvey will be at Barnes & Noble at 6 p.m. Wednesda

12/14/10 - 2:48pm

Newton, Fairley give Auburn 2 All-Americans

NEW YORK — No. 1 Auburn will have an All-American anchoring each side of the ball when the Tigers play for the national championship.

12/14/10 - 2:39pm

Warehouse fire closes Sand Bar Ferry Road

A fire that heavily damaged a Sand Bar Ferry Road industrial building closed the road near Interstate 520 and sent smoke into the sky across Augusta.

12/14/10 - 7:45pm

Three to interview for No. 2 post

All three finalists for an Augusta deputy administrator position have Georgia connections.

12/14/10 - 9:04pm

Bad news, Braves; Rival Phils get ace Cliff Lee

NEW YORK — Turns out the Philadelphia Phillies do have enough money for both Cliff Lee and Roy Halladay — and Roy Oswalt and Cole Hamels, too.

12/14/10 - 2:27pm

No SC deficit approval for Medicaid, welfare, prisons

COLUMBIA — South Carolina's financial oversight board has delayed taking action on more than $260 million in agency deficits that affect hundreds of thousands of the state's poor.

12/14/10 - 1:43pm

Charleston Mayor Joe Riley to seek 10th term

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr., who has served as mayor longer than anyone in Charleston's 340-year history, announced today he will seek a 10th term.

12/14/10 - 1:40pm

SRNS donates to colleges, wounded warrior project

The firm that manages Savannah River Site on Tuesday enriched three local institutions - Paine College, the CSRA Wounded Warrior Care Project and Hull College of Business at Augusta State University - with $50,000 annual gifts to each over the next three years.

12/14/10 - 12:49pm

Muslim woman sues Ga. city over headscarf

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. — A Muslim woman who was arrested after she refused to remove her headscarf in a west Georgia courthouse has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Douglasville and the officers who arrested her.

12/14/10 - 12:36pm
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