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Update on Avondale water rates meetings

sign blaming Avondale Mill for the spike in water prices

Updated: 09/10/2009 - On Wednesday, September 9, 2009, the Public Services Commission issued a directive which set a date and time for oral arguments regarding Avondale’s Motion to Dismiss.

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SC cops: Man shocked, burned while chasing rabbit

Updated: 09/10/2009 - Police in South Carolina say a man is recovering in a Georgia burn center after he chased a rabbit into a power station and was shocked with thousands of volts of electricity.

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Commissioner says he didn't report "ridiculous" TEE Center bribe

Jerry Brigham

Updated: 09/09/2009 - Augusta mayor Deke Copenhaver signals no vote on a planned TEE Center until the Richmond County Sheriff's department investigation ends. The move comes as two more commissioners admit they too were approached with a bribe.

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Aiken hydrogen houses could cost nothing to power


Updated: 09/09/2009 - Chucker Creek Elementary students broke ground on a new kind of enery-efficient home in an Aiken subdivision. They may be the future but the home is being called a home of the present.

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Drug-related murder leaves Aiken community on edge

deputies on porch

Updated: 09/09/2009 - It's Aiken Public Safety's first murder in more than a year, and once again they're looking for a killer with very little to go on. The latest happened on the 400 block of Abbeville Avenue.

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Memorial held for slain Spelman College student

Posted: 09/09/2009 - Students from several schools packed a memorial service for a 19-year-old Spelman College student who was struck and killed by a stray bullet while walking at Clark Atlanta University.

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Project makes old SC newspapers available online

Posted: 09/09/2009 - Digital librarian Kate Boyd says the project will scan 100,000 pages of old South Carolina newspapers and make them available through the Library of Congress' database.

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Bus route change concerns Hephzibah parents

Updated: 09/09/2009 - It's been a neighborhood bus stop along a rural Richmond County road for more than 30 years, but the property owner says she's ready for a change. The decision leaves students walking a bit farther down the road to catch the bus, though, and parents want to see an alternative.

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Line at Sitel job fair stretches to neighboring businesses


Updated: 09/16/2009 - Sitel interviews more than 500 people for 200 jobs in Augusta, but can't see all of them because the line are too long. The line stretched throughout the entire complex because there were so many people were at the job fair.

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