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2 months ago

New Traffic Signal on Belair Road to Start Stop and Go Wednesday

New Traffic Signal on Belair Road to Start Stop and Go Wednesday The new traffic signal at the intersection of South Belair Road and Colonial Drive, in front of the new neighborhood Walmart store, will go into full “stop and go” mode next Wednesday, July 15. The Department of Transportation says the signal will remain […]

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Head-On Collision Claims Grovetown Woman’s Life

  Head-On Collision Claims Grovetown Woman’s Life A Grovetown woman has died as a result of a head-on collision Wednesday night at Columbia and Belair Roads in Martinez. Captain Steve Morris of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office says a car driven by Sarah Hopson of Grovetown drifted into the path of an oncoming truck driven […]

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2 months ago

South Carolina Lawmakers Approve Removing Confederate Flag

South Carolina Lawmakers Approve Removing Confederate Flag After 54 years flying at South Carolina’s Capitol, the Confederate flag’s days there are numbered.  The South Carolina House passed a bill early today that will pull down the flag from the Capitol’s front lawn along with the flagpole it flies on. Governor Nikki Haley has promised to […]

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2 months ago

Board of Regents Votes to Hire Keel as GRU President

Board of Regents Votes to Hire Keel as GRU President It looks like Georgia Regents University will have a new president soon. Augusta native Brooks Keel was approved today as the new president of GRU by the Board of Regents.  He was named the lone finalist last week to replace Dr. Ricardo Azziz, who stepped […]

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2 months ago

Computer Problems Ground United Airlines Flights

Computer Problems Ground United Airlines Flights United Airlines flights were grounded for a short time this morning due to computer issues. A United Airlines spokesman said the carrier experienced “network connectivity issues” that caused all flights to be grounded temporarily. It was the second time in six weeks that United flights were grounded due to […]

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UGA Sets New Fundraising Record at $144 Million

UGA Sets New Fundraising Record at $144 Million The University of Georgia has broken its record for gifts and pledges to the school. University officials said Tuesday that gifts and new pledges added up to $144.2 million for the fiscal year ending June 30. The Athens-Banner-Herald reports that UGA President Jere Morehead had predicted that […]

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One Killed In Aiken Traffic Accident

One Killed In Aiken Traffic Accident An early morning accident in Aiken has claimed one life. Coroner Tim Carlton said 41 year old Steven Lynn of Aiken was pronounced dead at the scene of the wreck on Highway 1 at Summer Rain Boulevard at 7:55 a.m. Authorities say Lynn lost control of his truck, over-corrected, […]

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Grand Larceny Suspect Sought

Grand Larceny Suspect Sought The North Augusta Department of Safety is asking for the public’s help in finding 44 year old Donnie Lee Ulmer Jr.  His last known address was in North Augusta, but officials say he’s not there anymore. Ulmer is wanted for grand larceny and there are warrants for his arrest. If you […]

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