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Morris gets more time to pay lenders

Posted: 04/08/2009 - Morris Publishing Group will get a little more time to make a $9.7 million interest payment on company debt.

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Free Masters parking cutting into pay-to-park profits

Grass parking lot with title "Parking for Patrons"

Posted: 04/07/2009 - Augusta National added more than 4,000 free parking spaces near the course this year. That makes more than 7,000 free spaces on the grounds. But what's good for patrons isn't so good for the business of others.

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Morning Money Matters: Breakfast Bonus

Posted: 04/07/2009 - If you're in town for the Masters, no doubt you've spent a pretty penny to get here, so saving money probably sounds pretty good about now. Heck, saving money sounds good to everyone, so here's some news we all can use.

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Many hoping economy won't affect Masters business

Posted: 04/06/2009 - Today starts the week the whole world has their eyes on Augusta, but this Masters week some people are a little worried about how the economy may affect them, while others think it will help.

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Despite economy, more locals traveling Masters Week

Updated: 04/03/2009 - In a couple of days, Washington Road will be the busiest place in town. And some of the locals say they're going to deal with it, while some choose to go on a vacation.

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Some hotels taking a hit this Masters

Posted: 04/01/2009 - We are just days away from the 2009 Masters and some hotels are taking a hit this year. We give you the good and the bad.

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How to survive a layoff

Updated: 09/16/2009 - Some people laid off work attended a seminar to learn some advice for finding a job.

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OYS: Lost big in the stock market? Your options

Updated: 04/01/2009 - OK, so you're like many folks out there who've lost big money in the stock market lately. What do you do now? Do you up the ante or fold your cards? Well, it all depends on where you are in the game.

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Ga. Senate OK's budget

Posted: 04/01/2009 - The Georgia Senate has approved an $18.6 billion budget that will mean higher health insurance costs and more furlough days for state employees.

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Morning Money Matters: Reports of Internet crime jump 33 percent

Posted: 03/31/2009 - The Internet Crime Complaint Center said it received more than 275,000 complaints last year, up from about 207,000 the year before. The total reported dollar loss from such scams was $265 million, or about $25 million more than the year before.

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Underage drinking costing South Carolina millions

Updated: 03/31/2009 - Underage drinking is a nationwide problem that's continuing to grow and in South Carolina, it's growing to the tune of almost $900 million out of your pockets.

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Morning Money Matters: Saving food (and money!)

Posted: 03/30/2009 - If you buy food, and then you have to throw it out, you might as well be putting dollar bills in the trash. We've all done it, and it is annoying, so News 12 director Lisa decided to do something about it. She found some ways to be less wasteful, and she told me about them, so I had to tell you.

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