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2 months ago

CITY HOLDS “TAKE OUR DAUGHTERS AND SONS TO WORK DAY” THURSDAY

CITY HOLDS “TAKE OUR DAUGHTERS AND SONS TO WORK DAY” THURSDAY The City of Augusta will host 40 8th grade students from Hornsby Elementary School Thursday, as part of the “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” program. They’ll get hands-on experience in an interactive environment and will get to see what a parent […]

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GROUND TO BE BROKEN FOR NEW STUDENT HOUSING COMPLEX

  GROUND TO BE BROKEN FOR NEW STUDENT HOUSING COMPLEX Ground will be broken this Friday at the site of a new 724-bed student housing complex at the Health Sciences campus of Georgia Regents University. The new housing complex will be built across from the College of Dental Medicine and should be finished in late […]

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MAN STABBED DURING ALTERCATION WILL BE CHARGED

  MAN STABBED DURING ALTERCATION WILL BE CHARGED A man who was stabbed in the arm while fighting with his sister Monday night at River Glen Apartments will be charged in connection with the incident. Sgt. Glen Rahn of the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office says Xavier Gilmore was stabbed around 9:00 p.m. in the 200 […]

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STUDENT WHO TOOK OFFICER’S GUN FROM CAR SUSPENDED

  STUDENT WHO TOOK OFFICER’S GUN FROM CAR SUSPENDED The student who took a gun from a school safety officer’s car at Hephzibah Middle School Monday will be suspended, according to school officials. The officer had asked the student to get something from her patrol car while she was handling a disciplinary situation at the […]

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TWO MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO RABIES IN NORTH AUGUSTA

TWO MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO RABIES IN NORTH AUGUSTA The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says two people were potentially exposed to rabies last week in North Augusta. A raccoon that was killed by their dogs a week ago has tested positive for the disease. Health officials say the two people […]

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GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES TAKEOVER OF CHRONICALLY FAILING SCHOOLS

GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES TAKEOVER OF CHRONICALLY FAILING SCHOOLS Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has signed a bill authorizing a state takeover of what he calls “chronically failing schools,” setting up a vote on a constitutional amendment needed to enact the new policy. Deal said Tuesday his actions are aimed at implementing an opportunity school district to turn […]

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“LIGHTS OF THE SOUTH” WILL STAY ON IN COLUMBIA COUNTY

“LIGHTS OF THE SOUTH” WILL STAY ON IN COLUMBIA COUNTY It looks like the “Lights of the South” will stay on in Grovetown during the holidays after all. After months of debate between Columbia County Commissioners and Lights of the South owner, Benjamin Bell, authorities announced Tuesday evening the two sides have come together on […]

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