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ASU leader tells State of the University

Augusta State University’s president met with faculty and staff members about what to expect from the upcoming year in his State of the University address this morning. William Bloodworth said he fully expected the Georgia Board of Regents to approve furloughs in its meetings today and Wednesd...

01/19/10 - 10:45pm

Crash knocks out power

About 2,000 people temporarily lost power Monday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into a power pole on Sherwood Drive near Washington Road. Jeff Wilson, of Georgia Power, said they were quickly able to repair part of the line, leaving about 150 people without power until 7 p.m....

08/11/09 - 11:46am

Motorists beat 60-year-old

A 60-year-old man was beaten at a Mike Padgett Highway gas station by two men who claimed he had cut them off while driving.

08/11/09 - 2:38pm

Man with TV set arrested

An Augusta man was arrested this morning after a Richmond County sheriff’s deputy saw him carrying a television set across the 2500 block of Peach Orchard Road.

08/11/09 - 11:38am

Man with TV set arrested

An Augusta man was arrested this morning after a Richmond County sheriff’s deputy saw him carrying a television set across the 2500 block of Peach Orchard Road.

08/11/09 - 11:38am

Man with TV set arrested

An Augusta man was arrested this morning after a Richmond County sheriff’s deputy saw him carrying a television set across the 2500 block of Peach Orchard Road. Deputy Mathew Sides chased down Akeem Emanuel Wiggins, 18, of 2348 Golden Camp Road, and arrested him on burglary charges, a sheriff&...

08/11/09 - 11:28am

Robber takes Xbox, games

A Richmond County Sheriff’s Office employee was robbed early this morning by a man he was meeting to sell video games. The 23-year-old said he met with the man at 250 Boy Scout Road in reference to selling his Xbox 360 and four games, a sheriff’s report said. When he arrived to show the ...

08/11/09 - 11:20am

Drake announces for SC governor

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Columbia lawyer Dwight Drake is announcing for the Democratic nomination for South Carolina governor, joining an increasingly crowded field.

08/11/09 - 1:41pm

Employment director to resign

COLUMBIA — The embattled executive director of the South Carolina Employment Security Commission says he will resign at the end of the year. Ted Halley sent an e-mail to employees this morning announcing his plans to leave his post Dec. 31. He says he has had a "great career" with the agency a...

08/11/09 - 9:24am

Gunman robs Cato

A gunman robbed the Cato clothing store in North Augusta on Monday night.

08/11/09 - 8:05am

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