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Mary Liz Nolan

8 months ago

MAU SOLUTIONS LOOKING FOR WORKERS

    MAU Solutions is hiring in Augusta.   They’re currently looking for forklift operators, packers, assemblers, stick welders and foundry workers for positions at Georgia Iron Works, E-Z-GO, and Kimberly Clark.   Applicants are encouraged to apply online at mau.com/jobs.

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8 months ago

SUSPECTED KILLER ARRESTED

    Aiken County authorities say a suspected killer is behind bars.  22-year-old Reginald Hamilton Jr. turned himself in at the Aiken County Detention Center Tuesday morning.   Hamilton was wanted for the shooting death two weeks ago of 35-year-old Isiah Miles of Beech Island.  The victim died from multiple wounds received during the shooting […]

Mary Liz Nolan

8 months ago

AZZIZ ONE OF FIVE FINALISTS FOR TEXAS JOB

    Georgia Regents University President Dr. Ricardo Azziz is reportedly on a short list of candidates to become the inaugural president of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.   According to The Monitor newspaper, Azziz is one of five candidates still in the running for the job.   The newspaper says Azziz did […]

Mary Liz Nolan

8 months ago

DIRECT FLIGHT FROM AUGUSTA TO WASHINGTON D.C. ENDING

  U.S. Airways direct flight from Augusta Regional Airport to Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. will end in early June.   Seventeen cities, including Augusta, lost their nonstop flights to Washington D.C. thanks to U.S. Airways merger with American Airlines.   June 4 marks the last U.S. Airways direct flight from Augusta to Reagan […]

Mary Liz Nolan

8 months ago

MAN CHARGED IN DEADLY SHOOTING IN WARRENVILLE

  A man is in custody charged with shooting and killing his former girlfriend this morning in Warrenville. Captain Eric Abdullah of the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office says 46 year old Todd Brown reportedly kicked in the front door of the woman’s home in the 500 block of Pine Street around 7:20 a.m.  The two […]

Mary Liz Nolan

8 months ago

SOUTH CAROLINA WINTER STORM CLEANUP COULD TAKE UNTIL JUNE

  It could be June before all the debris from last month’s winter storm is cleaned from the roads and highways across South Carolina. The state Department of Transportation says the cleanup in 19 counties hard-hit by the ice and snow storm could cost more than $160 million. The department says that 725 contract crews […]

Mary Liz Nolan

8 months ago

LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CHARGED WITH TRYING TO BRIBE OFFICER

  A local businessman who was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence faces an additional charge for trying to bribe his way out of ticket. 44 year old Michael Osbon was stopped on I-20 near the Belair Road exit after he was clocked going more than 90 miles per hour.  A Georgia State Patrol […]

Mary Liz Nolan

8 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. […]

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