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Woman reports robbery at Eve, Battle Row

A 49-year-old Augusta woman told Richmond County police she was attacked and robbed early Friday.

06/26/10 - 10:52am

Ga. school board to give $19 million to failing schools

ATLANTA - The Georgia Board of Education is distributing $19.6 million in federal grants to help turn around 16 failing high schools

07/01/10 - 6:03pm

Brunswick fires police chief in prostitute case

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Police Chief Edna Johnson was fired Thursday, four days after Mayor Bryan Thompson learned she had misled him in a case involving a policeman and a prostitute.

06/25/10 - 12:19pm

3 men arrested, crack found

Three men have been arrested and 50 grams of crack cocaine seized.

07/01/10 - 7:45pm

Man charged in connection with assault of driver in fatal car accident

A man accused of badly beating a woman who was the driver of a car that struck and killed his child was arrested today on a charge of aggravated battery.


07/01/10 - 7:45pm

Democrat candidates say no at forum to interbasin water transfers

The three candidates in attendance tonight at an environmental forum in Martinez, Democrats DuBose Porter, Carl Camon and David Poythress, all oppose the transfer of water from one river basin to another.

07/01/10 - 6:53pm

Hospital warns of privacy breach

About 13,000 people will be getting notices from University Hospital of a potential breach in privacy due to a missing data tape.

06/24/10 - 8:40pm

First look at Augusta's new library

Hugh Connolly, incorporator and honorary chairman of the Library Foundation, points out features Thursday afternoon to a group looking at the new Augusta library on Telfair Street.  The facility officially opens Friday.


06/24/10 - 6:19pm

A last year, a last laugh for Gov. Mark Sanford?

COLUMBIA — The governor who became the butt of late-night jokes for "hiking the Appalachian Trail" may be having the last laugh.

07/10/10 - 1:32am

Clemson trustees raise tuition 7.5 percent

CLEMSON, S.C.  — Clemson University's board of trustees have approved plans under which incoming students will pay tuition and fees that average 6 percent higher.

06/24/10 - 5:11pm
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