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2 weeks ago

FORMER PAINE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATOR SUING THE SCHOOL

FORMER PAINE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATOR SUING THE SCHOOL A recently fired Paine College administrator is now suing the college. Brandon Brown is suing for breach of contract and is asking for $440,000.  That’s the value of the four-year contract he just signed in July. Brown was arrested in June for driving under the influence and failure […]

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3 weeks ago

LADY A TO BE INDUCTED IN MUSIC HALL OF FAME

LADY A TO BE INDUCTED IN MUSIC HALL OF FAME Augusta’s own Lady Antebellum will be inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame during a ceremony Saturday, October 11, in Atlanta. Two of the group’s three members, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, are from Augusta. Meanwhile, Lady A will perform here October 27 as […]

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3 weeks ago

EARLY VOTING BEGINS NEXT WEEK

  EARLY VOTING BEGINS NEXT WEEK A reminder that early voting for the November general election begins Monday, October 13 in Georgia. It will run through Friday, October 31. Saturday voting will be available across the state October 25.  For the first time, Sunday voting will be available at the Municipal Building in Richmond County […]

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3 weeks ago

TASK FORCE NETS 50 ARRESTS

TASK FORCE NETS 50 ARRESTS A two-day task force in Richmond County involving the Sheriff’s Office, Marshall’s Office and the Georgia Department of Corrections netted 50 arrests this week. Sgt. Monica Belser says Operation Community Impact focused on enhancing security in designated areas, including areas known to have gang activity. In addition to the arrests, […]

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3 weeks ago

SOME STUDENTS GET FALL BREAK

  SOME STUDENTS GET FALL BREAK Columbia County students get a couple of days off next week for fall break.  Teachers, students and staff are off on Monday, October 13, but Tuesday is a workday for Teachers.  Students don’t return to the classroom until Wednesday. Monday is a day off as well for students in […]

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3 weeks ago

VOTING COULD BE HEAVIER FOR NOVEMBER ELECTION

VOTING COULD BE HEAVIER FOR NOVEMBER ELECTION It could be a little busier at the polls during early voting and on election day in the peach state. More than 200,000 Georgians have registered to vote since March. An analysis by the Atlanta Journal and Constitution shows the CSRA had significant increases.  Richmond County added more […]

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3 weeks ago

TWO MORE STORES OPENING IN BUSY SHOPPING CENTER

TWO MORE STORES OPENING IN BUSY SHOPPING CENTER Another store opens today in the Washington Crossing Shopping Center. Shoe lovers can finally check out DSW (Designer Shoe Warehouse) today.  The 18,000 square foot store has opened near Whole Foods, which opened last month. Coming this Sunday….HomeGoods opens at 8:00 a.m. in the same shopping center.

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3 weeks ago

FREE SMOKE DETECTORS AVAILABLE

  FREE SMOKE DETECTORS AVAILABLE Red Cross volunteers will join the Augusta Fire Department in installing free smoke detectors in some Richmond County homes this weekend. According to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 2/3 of home fire deaths occurred in homes that had no smoke detectors. Volunteers will meet Saturday at Fire Station #1 […]

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