Local Update: April 29, 2008

By: Stacey Hilton Email
By: Stacey Hilton Email

Teacher's Memorial:

There are still no named suspects in the homicide of an Aiken middle school teacher. Authorities believe someone stabbed Ann Smith to death, in her own home on Friday. Investigators found no signs of forced entry, and so far, there are no suspects in the case...but they haven't cleared anyone either. A memorial service for Smith will be held at four o'clock today, at Millbrook Baptist Church.

New Management On The Savannah:

After almost 20 years of running the Savannah River Site, Westinghouse Savannah River Company is out, and Savannah River Nuclear Solutions is in. Because it's such a big change, SRNS is planning a series of town hall meetings off-site for its employees, family members and the public. It'll be their chance to voice any concerns. Sources at the site tell News 12, the change affects as many as 100 managers at the site, who work for Westinghouse.
SRNS will start running the Savannah River Site in mid-summer.

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  • by Patricia Location: Kimbrough on Apr 30, 2008 at 07:56 AM
    i had mrs. smith as a teacher and i just can't believe some one would do some thing like this to her for what reason who ever did this to her should be brought to justice
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