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Hyatt project now in the hands of lenders

With politics behind him, the developer of a Hyatt hotel bordering the Augusta Common puts the future of the project in the hands of financiers tomorrow. Cortland Dusseau, managing partner for Alabama-based Legacy Hospitality LLC, told the Downtown Development Authority of Augusta today that the $25...

03/11/10 - 5:03pm

Aiken schools deny liability after pupil left on bus

Aiken schools are denying legal liability for leaving a special needs student on a bus  last August.

03/11/10 - 5:04pm

2 men with fake bills arrested

Authorities have arrested two men police caught with more $660 in fake bills Wednesday night.

03/13/10 - 10:22am

2 men with fake bills arrested

Authorities have arrested two men police caught with more $660 in fake bills Wednesday night.

03/11/10 - 4:14pm

Ricky Skaggs on Memorial Day

The inaugural Papa Joe's Banjo-B-Que festival set for Memorial Day weekend in North Augusta will feature a professional barbecue cook-off and music acts including Ricky Skaggs and Old Crow Medicine Show.

03/11/10 - 4:53pm

Hillary brothers arrested in SC traffic stop

Police say Appalachian State wide receiver CoCo Hillary and his brother, backup South Carolina quarterback Aramis Hillary, have been arrested after a traffic stop.

03/12/10 - 2:09pm

Military to resume education grants to spouses

SAVANNAH, Ga.  - Facing a phalanx of angry military spouses, the Defense Department said today it will resume payments for college courses and job training for spouses who had already applied for grants when the popular program was abruptly halted last month. The official in charge of the year-...

03/11/10 - 3:19pm

Military to resume education grants to spouses

SAVANNAH, Ga.  - Facing a phalanx of angry military spouses, the Defense Department said today it will resume payments for college courses and job training for spouses who had already applied for grants when the popular program was abruptly halted last month. The official in charge of the year-...

03/11/10 - 3:19pm

Military to resume education grants to spouses

SAVANNAH, Ga.  - Facing a phalanx of angry military spouses, the Defense Department said today it will resume payments for college courses and job training for spouses who had already applied for grants when the popular program was abruptly halted last month. The official in charge of the year-...

03/11/10 - 3:18pm

Ga. House might curb 1st, 2nd grade tests

ATLANTA - Georgia's first- and second-graders are one step closer to not having to take standardized tests. A bill eliminating the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests before third grade passed the House Education Committee in 14-5 vote today. The bill, sponsored by Rep. David Casas, a Republican f...

03/11/10 - 3:12pm
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