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2 months ago

MEMORIAL DAY TRAVELERS AND GAS PRICES EXPECTED TO INCREASE

MEMORIAL DAY TRAVELERS AND GAS PRICES EXPECTED TO INCREASE Gas prices continue to rise, but they’re about $1 a gallon cheaper than at this time last year. AAA expects travel to increase for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend by more than 5%. Over 37 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles […]

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MAN DIES FROM SHOOTING LAST WEEKEND IN AIKEN

MAN DIES FROM SHOOTING LAST WEEKEND IN AIKEN Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton says 21 year old Darius Scruggs was pronounced dead this morning at Georgia Regents Medical Center as a result of a shooting last weekend on Brown Lane in Aiken. Scruggs was shot in the head and died in the shock trauma unit […]

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WOMAN SOUGHT FOR PHONY CREDIT CARD TRANSACTIONS

WOMAN SOUGHT FOR PHONY CREDIT CARD TRANSACTIONS The Aiken Department of Public Safety is asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman who is wanted for some recent fraudulent credit card transactions at an Aiken business. She’s white, has blonde hair and appears to be in her late 20’s or early 30’s.  The woman […]

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AUGUSTA LISTED IN TOP 10 FOR ECONOMY AND VET JOBS FOR 2015

AUGUSTA LISTED IN TOP 10 FOR ECONOMY AND VET JOBS FOR 2015 Southern Business & Development magazine has named Augusta to a pair of their top ten lists for 2015, according to the Augusta Economic Development Authority.  Augusta was included in the “Ten Sizzling Mid-Market Economies in the South, and “Ten Places in the South […]

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NO INJURIES IN JOHNSTON TRAIN CRASH

NO INJURIES IN JOHNSTON TRAIN CRASH No one was hurt when a truck was hit by a Norfolk Southern train in Johnston this morning. Authorities say the train hit a transport vehicle that was on the tracks at Lee and Calhoun Streets. Several of the train cars will have to be re-aligned and officials say […]

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WESTMINSTER STUDENT NAMED EXCHANGE CLUB YOUTH OF THE YEAR

WESTMINSTER STUDENT NAMED EXCHANGE CLUB YOUTH OF THE YEAR Palmer Brigham was named the Augusta Exchange Club’s Youth of the Year at the group’s annual luncheon today at First Baptist Church of Augusta. Brigham, a senior at Westminster Schools of Augusta, was chosen from the group of monthly winners from Richmond and Columbia County public […]

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COLUMBIA ROAD CONSTRUCTION WORK TO SLOW TRAFFIC

COLUMBIA ROAD CONSTRUCTION WORK TO SLOW TRAFFIC Walton Branch Bridge on Columbia Road will have lane closures starting Wednesday. The Department of Transportation says workers will be widening shoulders and paving from 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. The old Walton Branch Bridge was recently replaced with a new 180 x 36 foot […]

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FORT GORDON SOLDIERS SET TO DEPLOY

FORT GORDON SOLDIERS SET TO DEPLOY Approximately 20 soldiers from the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 35th Signal Brigade (Theater Tactical) are scheduled for a nine-month deployment to Southwest Asia in late May in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. The soldiers will provide vital network and communications support to U.S. troops and coalition partners operating within […]

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