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Athens strippers argue over outfits

ATHENS, Ga. -- A former dancer at Toppers International Showbar has complained to police after another performer offered to sell her stage clothes and didn't, according to an Athens-Clarke police report

09/19/10 - 7:53am

Savannah delegation heads to China today

SAVANNAH -- Today a Savannah delegation will begin a 10-day trip that will include two days at the Expo Central China 2010 in Nanchang.

09/19/10 - 7:49am

Two injured in south Ga. plane crash

The crash of a single-engine airplane during take-off at a private airport in Effingham County sent two men to Memorial University Medical Center.

09/19/10 - 8:40pm

Legends win Singer-Songwriter again

Livingroom Legends was the winner of the 2010 Applause Singer-Songwriter Contest. This is the second win for the band of four, who claimed the title in 2004. They win $400.

09/19/10 - 6:25pm

Man wanted on burglaries in Louisiana arrested in Savannah

SAVANNAH (AP) - Savannah-Chatham police have arrested a man wanted on 12 burglary warrants in Louisiana. Police spokeswoman Gena Moore said the West Feliciana Parish, La., Sheriff's department notified authorities that 18-year-old Hanief Kareem Smith would be arriving at the Greyhound bus station in...

09/18/10 - 9:35pm

Man drowns in Savannah lake trying to get volleyball

Authorities say William Harris Small III, 20, was playing volleyball when the ball rolled into a lake. Witnesses said Small tried to retrieve the loose volleyball when he fell in and disappeared.

09/19/10 - 8:38pm

SC teachers get archery training

GEORGETOWN, S.C. (AP) - Teachers across South Carolinas are sharpening their eyes to develop a new skill: archery training. Officials from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources are in Georgetown on Saturday for the training. Organizers say more than 100 schools in South Carolina partici...

09/18/10 - 4:06pm

Role of The Citadel in Civil War highlighted

SULLIVANS ISLAND, S.C. (AP) - Life at The Citadel during the Civil War is being discussed in a program leading up to the 150th anniversary of the war. A lecture at Fort Moultrie on Sullivans Island on Saturday deals with the daily lives of Citadel cadets and the support they provided the Confederacy...

09/18/10 - 4:05pm

SC college drops lawsuit against church

DUE WEST, S.C. (AP) - Erskine College and Seminary trustees and its alumni association have agreed to withdraw a lawsuit filed against the Presbyterian Church over control of the South Carolina college. Trustee Richard Taylor of Greenville told the Independent-Mail of Anderson on Friday tha...

09/18/10 - 4:03pm

Teen killed while trying to cross Gwinnett highway

DACULA, Ga. (AP) - Authorities say a 13-year-old boy was killed while trying to cross a Gwinnett County highway. Gwinnett County police spokeswoman Cpl. Jennifer Roberts says 23-year-old Kevin Sanders of Cumming accidentally struck Dakota Wilson of Auburn as the teen crossed Braselton Highway on Fri...

09/18/10 - 3:59pm
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