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Broun softens health care reform rhetoric

Congressman less harsh with liberal audience

09/29/09 - 11:47am

Wounds to inmates at jail were 'self-inflicted'

THOMSON, Ga. – Lacerations that two inmates received at the McDuffie County Law Enforcement Center on Monday were "self-inflicted," said Sheriff Logan Marshall. The sheriff identified the inmates as Terry Jones and Billy Sturkey, both of whom are being held in the county jail until they can be...

09/29/09 - 6:38am

Turnout light in today's runoff for Aiken County council seat

AIKEN -- Barry Baggott and Sandy Haskell compete today for the Republican nomination for the District 5 seat on Aiken County Council.

09/29/09 - 3:39pm

Ga. storm victims can tax relief

ATLANTA — Victims of severe storms and flooding can apply for tax relief. The Georgia Department of Revenue is postponing until Dec. 17 certain deadlines for taxpayers who live or have a business in the disaster area. The postponement applies to return filing, tax payment and other time-sensit...

09/29/09 - 6:28am

Sanford's Thursday visit to focus on SRS, Aiken Tech events

Casual meetings planned; governor will take questions.

09/29/09 - 8:12am

Warner Robins mayor dead

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Warner Robins Mayor Donald Walker died today of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones said.

09/28/09 - 5:17pm

It's good to be Xtreme

Members of The Augusta Chronicle's Xtreme Teen Board have been busy this week. Maddy Shepherd, a Harlem High School freshman, writes that all-terrain vehicles are fun, but carry risks for teen drivers. And columnist John Klement contends that Greenbrier High School is not getting its fair shar...

01/08/10 - 5:23pm

Aiken County accident stalling traffic

AIKEN – Crews are still attempting to remove a tractor trailer tank that stalled traffic at Langley Dam and Carline roads this afternoon.

09/28/09 - 4:07pm

PSC plans meeting Wednesday on Avondale water rates

The South Carolina Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing Wednesday to review Avondale Mills’ water and sewer rates.

09/28/09 - 3:45pm

New Ellenton advised to boil water

NEW ELLENTON – A boil water advisory will be in effect in New Ellenton until Wednesday morning, according to a Commission of Public Works news release. The commission advises customers in the Cedar Creek subdivision to boil their water for precautionary measures for one minute before drinking ...

09/28/09 - 2:29pm
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