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Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

GRU GRADUATE NURSING PROGRAM GETS TOP HONORS

  The College of Nursing program at Georgia Regents University has been named one of the top graduate nursing programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. GRU was ranked 44th best among more than 400 schools offering graduate nursing degrees.  Georgia Regents University offers degrees at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral levels. […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

WARRENVILLE TEEN SOUGHT FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER

  Aiken County authorities are looking for a Warrenville teenager in connection with a late-night shooting in Jackson. Sgt. Jason Feemster says an adult male was shot in the abdomen in the 5000 block of Virginia Hill Court. He was taken to Georgia Regents Medical Center, but his condition wasn’t known and authorities aren’t releasing […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER ARRESTED IN AUGUSTA

  A college football player from Maine, wanted in connection with a fatal stabbing in Florida last week, was taken into custody in Augusta yesterday. Zedric Joseph is being held at the Richmond County Detention Center on a Palm Beach County warrant. He’s accused of stabbing two people in West Palm Beach last week.  One […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

MAYORAL CANDIDATES BEGIN SERIES OF DEBATES TONIGHT

    Four of the five candidates in the race to become Augusta’s next mayor will participate in the first in a series of debates tonight. Helen Blocker-Adams, Hardie Davis, Alvin Mason, Lori Myles and Charles Cummings will be on the ballot in May. Only Davis says he won’t be able to attend tonight’s forum […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

HIGH WINDS CAUSE POWER OUTAGES

  There were scattered power outages in the area last night.  Ice wasn’t the problem this time.  It was the wind. Gusts of up to 40 mph were reported across the CSRA, leaving nearly 2,500 Georgia Power customers without electricity in Richmond County.  Nearly 1,000 customers were affected in Columbia County. SCE&G had scattered outages […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

TEEN REPORTED MISSING IN AIKEN – UPDATE – LOCATED

  Authorities are looking for an Aiken teenager who has been missing since Monday. 16 year old Keely Wingard was last seen that morning when she was dropped off at Aiken High School. Keely is white, about 5’4 and 145 pounds.  If you have any information on her whereabouts, contact the Aiken Department of Public […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

OFFICIALS TURN TO VIDEO VISITATION FOR INMATES IN AIKEN

  Since February 1, inmate visitation at the Aiken County Detention Center went exclusively to video visitation.  The facility’s new equipment includes 16 durable touch screen video kiosks. Visitors will be able to visit their loves ones and schedule at-home visits from their home, office, or any place that’s equipped with a computer, webcam and […]

Mary Liz Nolan

5 months ago

BLOOD DRIVE SET FOR THURSDAY IN COLUMBIA COUNTY

  The Columbia County Emergency Management Agency is sponsoring a blood drive for Shepeard Community Blood Center Thursday in honor of all the volunteers who helped clear debris for the elderly and disabled residents in the area following last month’s ice storm. EMA Director Pam Tucker is asking everyone to volunteer to save lives by […]

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