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UGA unveils litter plan for football weekends

The University of Georgia is asking its football fans to help control the amount of trash littering its campus on game weekends. Fans are being asked to adopt a “if you bring it in, please take it out” mentality. “I believe the students, alumni and fans who attend UGA football games...

09/23/09 - 3:17pm

Beat the Pros winner revealed

Jonathan Lane of Grovetown is the winner of the Beat the Pros contest for Week 4. Jonathan was one of only two people who correctly picked nine out of 10 high school football games, which matched the best effort by our pros (9-1). Jonathan won the drawing and will receive a Beat the Pros T-shirt. T...

09/23/09 - 9:18am

Robbery reported at Deans Bridge gas station

A robbery was reported about 4:40 a.m. at the BP gas station at 3003 Deans Bridge Road.

09/23/09 - 9:03am

Stolen ATM found

An ATM was stolen from the Georgia Bank & Trust branch on 3530 Wheeler Road early this morning.

09/23/09 - 10:18pm

Westminster students host prayer event

Middle school and high school students from Westminster Schools of Augusta participated in 'See You at the Pole,' an annual student-run prayer gathering at the flag pole outside the school.

09/23/09 - 3:22pm

17 percent of SC residents have no health coverage

CHARLESTON, S.C. - New figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show that 17 percent of South Carolinians have no health insurance.

09/23/09 - 8:22am

Events taking place today at Westobou

A list of events taking place today at the Westobou festival.

01/19/10 - 9:38pm

Many Atlanta schools to open after storm closings

ATLANTA - Most metro Atlanta students will return to school after getting a day off as campuses closed to deal with storms and flooding.

01/20/10 - 9:09am

Waycross mobile home builder gets $3.2 billion FEMA contract

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded a $3.2 billion contract to ScotBilt Homes in Waycross to build 67,500 mobile homes over the next five years.

09/23/09 - 6:48am

Death toll at 10 as Southeast floods start to ebb

AUSTELL, Ga. - As floodwaters around Atlanta began to recede, residents were packing moving vans with furniture and commiserating about water-logged apartments.

09/23/09 - 7:02am
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