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Downtown Augusta hotel to be tranformed into Holiday Inn Express

The old Regency Inn on Broad Street will be converted into a Holiday Inn Express by the summer of 2011.

07/16/10 - 8:58pm

Auditors probe missing money in SC county

  BEAUFORT, S.C.  - It's more than pocket change missing in one South Carolina county - it could be as much as $300,000 - and authorities are trying to find out where the money went. The Beaufort Gazette reported accountants hired by the county administrator and the county's ...

03/12/10 - 10:47am

U.S. attorney confirmed for north Ga.

Sally Quillian Yates has been confirmed as U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia.

03/12/10 - 10:40am

Rough weather may blow through later today

Augusta could see some heavier showers late this afternoon but a band of thunderstorms expected to hit counties west of the city will miss the area.

03/12/10 - 9:03am

North Augusta shoplifting arrest after chase

A man was arrested after he reportedly shoplifted from Wal-Mart in North Augusta and was chased by police into a nearby Chic-Fil-A restaurant.

03/12/10 - 6:50am

Train kills 1, injures another outside Atlanta

  KENNESAW, Ga. - Authorities in Kennesaw say two people were struck by a train, killing one and seriously injuring the other. It happened after 1 a.m. today at a railroad crossing. Cobb County Police spokesman Officer Joe Hernandez says the two males, both in their late teens, were lying ...

03/12/10 - 6:28am

I-20 accident disrupts Aiken traffic

AIKEN - Emergency crews have been able to remove an 18-wheeler from Interstate 20 that has blocked traffic for the more than six hours.

03/12/10 - 12:38pm

Three arrested in Warrenville on drug charges

Aiken County Sheriff's Office narcotics investigators have arrested three suspects in Warrenville. According to a department news bulletin, those arrested were: * Jerry Lee Pitts, 18, 55 Harrison Road, Warrenville. Charged with possession with the intent to distributemethamphetamine and po...

05/29/10 - 12:36am

Nelson first black police chief in Thomson

Joseph D. Nelson was hired by Thomson City Council as the city's first black police chief on Thursday night.

03/11/10 - 11:01pm

Perdue proposes deep health care cuts in Ga.

Georgia's hospitals and health-care providers were hammered today as part of a new round of cuts proposed by Gov. Sonny Perdue.

03/11/10 - 10:04pm
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