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4 weeks 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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1 month 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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1 month ago

BLOOD GIVE-IN UNDERWAY TODAY

BLOOD GIVE-IN UNDERWAY TODAY Shepeard Community Blood Center is hosting a blood give-in today until 7:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church on Walton Way. All first time blood donors will get a free Shepeard duffle bag.  Free child care will be provided while you’re donating, and food will be provided. Each blood donation saves three […]

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1 month ago

One Augusta Committee Announces Inaugural Website For Mayor-Elect Hardie Davis Jr

Mayoral Inauguration 2015   One Augusta Committee Announces Inaugural Website  For Mayor-Elect Hardie Davis Jr. AUGUSTA (December 18, 2014)  |  The One Augusta Committee for Mayor-Elect Hardie Davis Jr. officially announces the launch of the OneAugustaGa.com website. The OneAugustaGa.com website will allow residents and friends of the city of Augusta to learn more about and participate in the […]

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1 month ago

ALL MCDUFFIE COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

ALL MCDUFFIE COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY   The McDuffie County school system has announced all schools in the district will be closed Thursday and Friday due to the large number of illness-related absences.   Officials announced Tuesday Maxwell Elementary School would be closed for the rest of this week due to the number […]

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1 month ago

REGULATORS TO CONSIDER GEORGIA NUCLEAR PLANT COSTS

REGULATORS TO CONSIDER GEORGIA NUCLEAR PLANT COSTS The Public Service Commission plans to meet today as it debates whether to approve Georgia Power’s recent spending as it builds two more nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle. The Southern Company subsidiary was originally authorized to spend $6.1 billion on its share of the project. The building schedule […]

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1 month ago

AMAZON EXTENDS SHIPPING DEADLINES

AMAZON EXTENDS SHIPPING DEADLINES Amazon is courting last-minute holiday shoppers by extending its free-shipping deadline by one day to December 19. Orders over $35 are eligible for free shipping.  Last year’s deadline was December 18.  The e-commerce company says members of its $99 annual Prime loyalty program can order by December 22 for two-day shipping. […]

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2 months ago

PROCTOR AND GAMBLE TO CLOSE LOCAL PLANT

PROCTOR AND GAMBLE TO CLOSE LOCAL PLANT Company officials confirmed this morning that the Proctor & Gamble plant on Mike Padgett Highway will close within the next 12 to 18 months. Company Spokesman Tom Milliken told WGAC news officials are in the process of redesigning and consolidating many facilities across the country in an effort […]

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