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Football ticket cash stolen in Fort Valley, Ga.

Police in Fort Valley, Ga., say about $10,000 in ticket sale revenues for a playoff football game was stolen this week from the field house at Peach County High School.

11/25/10 - 5:15pm

Dogs rely on special teams against Georgia Tech

Georgia and Georgia Tech could have left their punters home one year ago.

11/25/10 - 5:12pm

Coca-Cola donates bottling plant to Ga. church

ALBANY, Ga. - Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated has donated an old bottling plant in southwest Georgia to a church. The Albany Herald reports that Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany will use the 60,000-square-foot facility for a community center. The property has been for sale for more tha...

11/25/10 - 5:09pm

Army Corps to discuss Ga. port deepening

The Army Corps of Engineers will soon begin gathering public comment on a proposal to deepen the Savannah harbor to allow bigger cargo ships access to the city's port.

11/25/10 - 5:06pm

Alpha Phi Alpha inducts civil rights leaders

Nine civil rights, education and business leaders from across the country have been inducted into the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.

11/25/10 - 5:04pm

Creative Christmas trees sold in SC fundraiser

Fay Brown couldn't stop smiling after she sold a $1,500 Christmas tree. The tree, inspired by "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," won best theme at the Festival of Trees, a manmade holiday forest in the lobby of Calhoun Historic Lofts in downtown Anderson.

11/25/10 - 4:55pm

Football has Coastal Carolina reopening dorms

Coastal Carolina University is opening its dorms a day early so students can return from Thanksgiving break and cheer on the school's football team in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.

11/25/10 - 4:42pm

SC Army post feeds 1,300 soldiers a holiday feast

The Army's largest training installation is holding its final round of Thanksgiving feasts with festivities at Fort Jackson for 1,300 soldiers, military retirees and their guests.

11/25/10 - 4:39pm

Students introduced to Thanksgiving

A University of South Carolina adviser is introducing some of the school's international students to the American tradition of Thanksgiving.

11/25/10 - 4:37pm

Long lines, steady donations at food banks

While their donors continue to give generously heading into the holiday season, food bank managers throughout the Carolinas say that they constantly struggle to meet the demand of more and more hungry families.

11/25/10 - 4:33pm
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