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College of Charleston team attends Quidditch Cup

CHARLESTON, S.C.  - A Quidditch team from the College of Charleston is joining teams from around the country at the International Quidditch Association World Cup.

11/13/10 - 1:59pm

Teen fatally beaten at party buried

COLLEGE PARK, Ga.  - An 18-year-old who was beaten to death while dozens of people watched during a random attack at a house party is being laid to rest.

11/13/10 - 10:38am

Colorado interested in UGA's Richt, report says

An Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog reports that Colorado, which beat Georgia earlier this season and later fired its coach, is interested in talking with Georgia's Mark Richt about the position

11/13/10 - 12:05pm

SC town comes to fruitcake's defense

SPRINGFIELD, S.C.  - Some Springfield residents are again coming to the defense of fruitcake this weekend.

11/13/10 - 10:14am

Democrats shifted too far to left, Barrow says

ATHENS, Ga. -- Congressman John Barrow says Republicans gained more than 60 seats in the House because Democrats moved too far to the left.

11/13/10 - 10:07am

Reward offered for attack on Georgia horse

A reward of $7,500 is being offered for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the people responsible for a brutal attack on a 13-year-old quarter horse in middle Georgia.

11/13/10 - 10:30am

South Ga. courthouse renovations under way

FOLKSTON, Ga. - Renovations to the Charlton County Courthouse have started after months of delays and years of discussing the need to expand the 82-year-old structure.

11/13/10 - 9:45am

HemlockFest focus on Ga. forest activism

More than 1,000 people traveled to north Georgia's Murrayville for a three-day festival that generates money to save Eastern and Carolina hemlock trees. The trees are being devastated by insects.

 

11/13/10 - 9:39am

Macon pupils sentenced for guns

MACON, Ga. - Two teenagers in Bibb County have been sentenced for bringing guns to school.

11/13/10 - 9:28am

Roberson: 80 percent of schools will make progress

Richmond County schools Superintendent Dr. Frank Roberson set another high goal this evening: Have at least 44 of the district's 55 schools make federal progress benchmarks this year.

11/12/10 - 10:14pm
 
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