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ASU to host community forum on health care

Augusta State University is hosting a community forum exploring critical issues related to health care reform and its impact on state and local economies.

11/11/10 - 1:49pm

Georgia Tech gets $7.5M grant to train K-12 teachers

Georgia Tech, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Education, will receive $7.5 million from the U.S. Department of Education's Race to the Top program to expand science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs through its outreach center, the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing, according a Georgia Tech news release.

11/10/10 - 5:02pm

Georgia revenue collections rise

ATLANTA – Gov. Sonny Perdue announced today that net revenue collections for the month of October 2010 (FY11) totaled $1,233,073,000 compared to $1,140,090,000 for September 2009 (FY10).

11/10/10 - 4:58pm

Inmate sues ex-jailer over milk crate beating

ATLANTA — A former inmate who was beaten with a milk crate by a Fulton County jailer while he was handcuffed has sued the county and the jailer in federal court.

11/10/10 - 4:53pm

University of Phoenix offers full-tuition scholarship

University of Phoenix's Augusta campus has partnered with Columbia County Family Connection to launch a community service scholarship.

11/10/10 - 3:17pm

3 to review Ga. commissioner's suspension

ATLANTA — Gov. Sonny Perdue has appointed a three-member commission to determine whether Gwinnett County Commissioner Kevin Kenerly should be suspended from office.

11/10/10 - 3:12pm

Vogtle licensing on track, officials say

Plant Vogtle’s owners believe they are within 12 months of licensing approval to add two new reactors at the Burke County site.

11/10/10 - 2:57pm

Construction closing Evans lanes

Road construction will cause lanes on North Belair Road and Evans Town Center Boulevard to temporarily close Thursday and Friday.

11/10/10 - 2:18pm

2 charged after cop car theft

Authorities have charged two people with an early-morning burglary that later result in the theft of a patrol car, according to Richmond County sheriff’s Lt. Tony Walden.

11/10/10 - 6:37pm

Aiken woman's competency questioned in murder trial

It could take more than a week to determine if a 24-year-old Aiken woman's competent enough stand trial for the 2007 murder of her mother, according to the Aiken County Solicitor's Office.  Christina Mavris appeared before Second Circuit Judge Jack Early on Tuesday stating that she had been ove...

11/10/10 - 12:53pm
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