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Atlanta air terminal funded

ATLANTA — The federal government has awarded Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport almost $34 million in stimulus funds to help pay for construction of a new terminal. The Federal Aviation Administration's Airport Improvement Program granted Hartsfield-Jackson $13.97 million to ...

10/27/09 - 9:02am

AT&T launches 3G wireless network in Augusta

AT&T’s third-generation mobile broadband network is now available in Augusta, the company announced this morning. More than 300 square miles of 3G coverage is available across Augusta, North Augusta and Aiken. The network extension is part of AT&T’s efforts to take advantage of t...

10/27/09 - 9:26am

Slain girl to be buried today

ORANGE PARK, Fla. – Arms large and small wrapped consolingly around the shoulders of Somer Renee Thompson’s family as they sat near her casket at a viewing Monday for the Orange Park girl.

10/27/09 - 8:51am

Athens awash in bogus bucks

ATHENS, Ga. -- A man tried to rob an Athens woman when she refused to give him change for an obviously fake bill Sunday, the latest in a wave of counterfeit-money crimes in Athens.

10/27/09 - 8:16am

SC trucker kills man in wheelchair

KENOVA, W.Va. — A truck driver has been charged over an accident that left a Kenova man dead after his wheelchair was struck by a tractor-trailer. Deris Scott died Monday morning after his motorized chair collided with the rear of a wide-turning tractor trailer in Kenova. The 68-year-old was k...

10/27/09 - 8:05am

Rain brings weather warnings

Portions of southern Georgia were under a variety of weather warnings.

06/01/10 - 8:36pm

Man killed in morning wreck reserve New Ellenton police officer

A reserve officer with the New Ellenton Police Department was killed in a two-vehicle crash this morning. Coroner Tim Carlton said Joseph D. Randall, 52, of Williston, S.C., died in the crash. Mr. Randall was driving north on Old Barnwell Road at about 9:30 a.m. when he lost control of his 2005 Su...

10/26/09 - 10:04pm

Downtown condo project headed for foreclosure sale

The White’s Building, an unfinished downtown condo renovation project, is headed for foreclosure sale. The four-story Broad Street building has been scheduled for sale in the Augusta Municipal Building on Nov. 3, according to a legal notice from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The transfo...

10/26/09 - 7:16pm

City official recommends garbage pickup be reduced to once a week

Solid Waste Director Mark Johnson recommends cutting service to once a week.

10/26/09 - 6:58pm

McVicker interim replacement for Snell at MCG

MCG Hospital and Clinics top nurse to take post

01/07/10 - 1:12pm
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