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Haitian patients headed for Ga.

ATLANTA - A group of six trauma patients arriving from earthquake-ravaged Haiti for treatment at Atlanta hospitals includes an 18-month-old.

02/03/10 - 4:00am

Davis wins state Senate District 22 runoff

With all 52 precincts reporting, Hardie Davis has won the state Senate District 22 runoff over Harold Jones II.


02/02/10 - 10:58pm

Economy leads to cancellation of Arsenal event

The Augusta Arsenal Spring Shootout, one of Augusta's longest running sporting events, won't happen this year.

02/02/10 - 9:43pm

New Augusta marketing firm targets medical community

MedMark Partners started in January, focusing on marketing for Augusta's large medical business community.

07/16/10 - 9:04pm

Columbia County wants to expand broadband

Columbia County commissioners decided today to seek a partnership with other area counties to potentially expand broadband access.

02/02/10 - 6:18pm

Aiken downtown business owners meet Wednesday

Mike Enloe, owner of Plum Pudding, has led the protest against the two-hour parking limit in downtown since last month. He created a Facebook group "End Parking Restrictions in Downtown Now!" that currently has 570 members. The city's Parking Advisory Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday to hear the concerns of business owners.

02/02/10 - 5:16pm

School window damage now up to $24,000

The 158 windows smashed at Copeland Elementary School around the Christmas break ended up costing the Richmond County school system $24,000 - about $8,000 more than originally anticipated, a school official confirmed today.

02/02/10 - 5:05pm

Meetings focus on downtown parking

The Downtown Development Authority of Augusta will hold two public meetings concerning its proposed downtown parking management system.

02/02/10 - 6:21pm

Problems prompt Twitter changes

Some Twitter users had their passwords changed today by the social media network because of potentially compromised accounts.

02/02/10 - 4:42pm

Signs warn of water worries at Sheriff's Office

Four days after a broken pipe flooded several offices at the Richmond County Sheriff's Office, signs have appeared warning of polluted drinking water.

05/28/10 - 9:59pm
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