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2 months ago

TWO SOUGHT FOR AIKEN COUNTY MURDER – UPDATE

Suspects are now in custody.     TWO SOUGHT FOR AIKEN COUNTY MURDER Two men considered armed and dangerous are on the loose following a deadly shooting in New Ellenton Saturday night. Aiken County authorities say 35 year old Dantroy Cuthbertson was shot in the 400 block of Williamson Avenue around 10:30 p.m. and died […]

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2 months ago

SWEARING-IN DAY FOR AUGUSTA’S NEW MAYOR

SWEARING-IN DAY FOR AUGUSTA’S NEW MAYOR A swearing-in ceremony will be held today for Augusta’s 84th mayor. Inauguration festivities for Hardie Davis began over the weekend with a community-wide volunteer event Saturday and an interfaith worship service Sunday. Today’s inauguration ceremony will be held at 5 p.m. at Gilbert-Lambuth memorial Chapel at Paine College. A […]

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2 months ago

POSSIBLE MURDER-SUICIDE ON WALTON WAY – UPDATED

Richmond County Coroner Mark Bowen has confirmed Charles and Nola Falcone were found dead in the home at 3106 Walton Way around 10:00 this morning. Both died from apparent gunshot wounds. Authorities say it was an apparent-murder suicide. More details will be released as information becomes available. original story: POSSIBLE MURDER-SUICIDE ON WALTON WAY Richmond […]

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2 months ago

LOCAL FEDERAL WORKERS GET PAY INCREASE

LOCAL FEDERAL WORKERS GET PAY INCREASE The new year brings a slight pay increase for federal workers in the Augusta area. About 18,000 employees will get a 1% raise, the same amount approved by President Barack Obama last year. Uniformed service members and federal civilian employees at Fort Gordon and several hundred workers at the […]

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2 months ago

LAWMAKERS SEEK TO END TAX ON MILITARY RETIREMENT

LAWMAKERS SEEK TO END TAX ON MILITARY RETIREMENT South Carolina’s military supporters want to get rid of the state’s income tax on military retirement benefits. Several bills have been introduced in the House and Senate to do so. The House approved ending the tax last session, but the measure didn’t come up for debate in […]

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2 months ago

AIKEN COUNTY LOGS FIRST FATALITY OF 2015

AIKEN COUNTY LOGS FIRST FATALITY OF 2015 A New Year’s eve accident claimed the life of an Aiken man Thursday morning. 35 year old Terry Sapp died at Georgia Regents Medical Center less than four hours in to the new year. Authorities say Sapp’s truck was hit near the intersection of Assembly Street and Hampton […]

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2 months ago

CHICK-FIL-A REPORTS POSSIBLE SECURITY BREACH

  CHICK-FIL-A REPORTS POSSIBLE SECURITY BREACH Chick-fil-A is investigating a possible security breach in the wake of reports of possible hacking of credit card data at its restaurants. The Atlanta-based fast food giant says it’s received reports of unusual activity involving payment cards at some of its restaurants.  Officials say they are now working with […]

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2 months ago

FDA OFFICIAL WARNS OF DANGERS OF CAFFEINE POWDER

  FDA OFFICIAL WARNS OF DANGERS OF CAFFEINE POWDER A U.S. Food and Drug Administration official is warning of the dangers of powdered pure caffeine after the deaths of a Georgia man and an Ohio teenager. James Sweatt of Alpharetta, a recent graduate of the University of Alabama-Birmingham, died in late June.  His death came […]

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