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Broad Street in downtown Augusta is filling up with businesses

Updated: 08/04/2016 - From July 1st till now the Barkery says it's seen 3,000% growth in business. Augusta's Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Margaret Woodard says it's places like the Barkery that show other businesses that downtown is the place to be.

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Augusta's 4th Annual TechNet convention continues to grow

Posted: 08/03/2016 - Cyber security is a huge issue across the country, especially in our area with Cyber Command at Fort Gordon. Events like TechNet have begun to encourage outside businesses to come in and transitioning military personnel from Fort Gordon to stay in Augusta.

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Brain eating amoeba found in part of local river

Updated: 08/03/2016 - Down river in Charleston County one person contracted a brain eating amoeba in the Edisto River, that river flows all the way through Barnwell and Aiken counties.

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Augusta spending millions on contractors for stormwater program

Updated: 08/03/2016 - Augusta Commissioners took additional steps this week to bring contractors on board with the stormwater program. Over 3 million of your stormwater fee money will pay them to clean ponds, mow grass, and clean sewers out.

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Former Augusta mayor and Unisys start annual trolley tech tour

Updated: 08/02/2016 - t's the first "Tech Trolley Tour" showcasing Broad Street in downtown Augusta, and city leaders hope it's not the last. Former Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver and Unisys Chief Trust Officer Tom Patterson wanted to show people what they don't see when they walk downtown.

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Tiny houses with big decisions on the way

Updated: 08/16/2016 - Kimberly and Timothy Campolattaro live in a tiny house in Aiken County. While the trend is just taking off they've been thinking of this for 15 years.

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USC Aiken pedestrian bridge coming together

Updated: 07/22/2016 - The University of South Carolina Aiken pedestrian bridge will be put together Saturday night and getting closer to finishing a project a long time coming.

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