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Starting Monday canal repairs will close towpath during week

About a mile of the Augusta Canal’s popular towpath will close on weekdays starting Monday, when the Augusta Utilities Department begins a long-awaited stabilization project. “The area that will be closed is about 5,500 feet, just over one mile,” said Jody Crabtree, a civil engineer ...

11/18/09 - 10:59am

UGA student fees rise again

ATLANTA - The University System Board of Regents, which oversees the state's 35 public colleges and universities, unanimously approved a $100-per-semester hike in University of Georgia student fees Tuesday.

11/18/09 - 7:43am

Ga. church fire called arson

MORROW, Ga. - Georgia fire officials say a blaze that destroyed a Clayton County church was caused by arson, and a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

11/18/09 - 7:36am

Ethics Commission to weigh Sanford investigation

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The State Ethics Commission will decide whether a three-month investigation provides enough evidence that Gov. Mark Sanford broke state laws.

11/18/09 - 7:34am

Sheriff says narcotic officers had been watching man for a month

Authorities have released the name of a man who was fatally shot by Richmond County deputies Tuesday night.

11/18/09 - 8:34pm

Man shot to death by police

A man who tried to hit officers with his vehicle was shot to death by deputies Tuesday night.

11/17/09 - 11:40pm

Terriers win by three

ATHENS, Ga. – Cameron Rundles made both ends of a 1-and-1 with 3.1 seconds remaining to give Wofford a 60-57 victory over Georgia tonight. A desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer by Georgia's Trey Thompkins near the Bulldogs bench was no good, as the Terriers posted their first victory over ...

11/17/09 - 9:37pm

Guitar Pull draws another crowd

More than 3,000 country music fans descended this evening on the University of South Carolina Aiken’s Convocation Center to enjoy the 11th annual WKXC-FM Guitar Pull benefiting area charities.

01/07/10 - 2:25pm

New sheriff's vehicles approved

AIKEN - Aiken County Council members voted in tonight's meeting to put new sheriff's vehicles on the road and increase holiday bonuses for Aiken County employees.

01/20/10 - 9:53pm

Board approves 'saggy pants' ban

Richmond County school board members tightened the belt tonight on those who have been wearing so-called “saggy pants” to after-school events such as football games.

11/17/09 - 9:34pm
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