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Cash for Clunkers to end on Monday

The Obama administration will end the popular $3 billion program on Monday, giving car shoppers a few more days to take advantage of big government incentives.

08/20/09 - 9:48pm

Man sentenced to 10 years for bank robberies

A convicted bank robbery who held up banks in Augusta and Macon was sentenced to 10 years in prison today. Donald Bernard Kelly will have to serve the time in federal prison without possibility of parole. U.S. District Court Judge J. Randal Hall departed from the federal sentencing guidelines to im...

08/20/09 - 5:35pm

Mirror names new publisher

Todd Rainwater has been named publisher of The McDuffie Mirror.

08/20/09 - 5:03pm

Reward offered for info about murder

Authorities are offering a $1,000 cash reward for information in the murder of 19-year-old Daryl Lamar Walden. Mr. Walden, of Shilo Street, was shot in the chest Monday night at Salem Arms Apartments, 2243 Rosier Road, according to Richmond County Sheriff’s Lt. Scott Peebles. He was standing o...

08/20/09 - 7:49pm

Ga. colleges working on plans to furlough workers

ATLANTA - Georgia colleges are hammering out plans to furlough employees for six days this school year.

08/20/09 - 3:48pm

Augusta State basketball to receive live TV coverage

The Augusta State men's basketball team will receive national television exposure when the Jaguars play host to Montevallo on Feb. 13. The contest will be televised on CBS College Sports Network, and it will be the first time the school has had national exposure for a sporting event at Christenb...

08/20/09 - 3:55pm

Columbia County couple arrested on drug charges

Columbia County authorities arrested an Appling couple Wednesday night on numerous drug charges after drugs were found in their vehicle during a traffic stop and in their Appling home. Steven Curtis Newman, 42, was stopped by deputies at about 7 p.m. on Wednesday at Washington and Davis roads in Ma...

08/20/09 - 1:22pm

Dollard out at USC Aiken

USC Aiken began fall classes today without forward Josh Dollard. The Pacers announced today the All-Peach Belt Conference second-team member has dropped out of college to pursue a professional career. Dollard played baseketball for one season at USC Aiken after transferring in from Auburn last fall...

01/07/10 - 3:29pm

Ga. man sentenced to 10 years for ponzi scheme

ATLANTA - A Marietta attorney was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for bilking investors of more than $28 million.

08/20/09 - 3:47pm

Random overgrowth is called Divine Vine

RALEIGH, N.C. — In the last few months, the perceived image of Jesus has been reported on many things. The latest miraculous manifestation of his image is in a 30-foot-high growth of North Carolina weeds dubbed Kudzu Jesus.

08/20/09 - 10:06am

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