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Grovetown may be saying see-ya to sidewalks

Posted: 09/11/2008 - It's no surprise that city's are constantly trying to save money. The city of Grovetown is no exception. They're looking into cutting back on some sidewalks inside neighborhoods.

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New gated community an investment in Augusta's urban core

Updated: 09/10/2008 - A nationwide housing crisis is taking it's toll on the whole economy. Meanwhile, the city of Augusta is planning to fling open the doors to a first of it's kind downtown gated community. It's called the Enclave on James Brown Boulevard.

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Last resident leaves Gilbert Manor

Posted: 09/05/2008 - On Thursday, the last man left in Gilbert Manor prepares to move out. The public housing neighborhood is fading into the past as MCG looks to grow.

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Aiken County paying more fire fees

Posted: 09/03/2008 - The vote was unanimous at the Aiken County Council meeting, and that means you'll now have to pay more for the same protection.

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Fire fees expected to go up in Aiken County

Updated: 09/02/2008 - With the rising fuel costs, fire departments in Aiken County are feeling the pinch. Soon, you could be feeling the pinch too in some parts of the county.

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GOP holds to delegate penalties in SC

Posted: 08/29/2008 - The Republican National Committee is making it's penalties stick against South Carolina, New Hampshire, Florida and Michigan for holding primaries earlier than rules allowed.

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Public defender system refuses to cut budget

Posted: 08/28/2008 - Georgia's struggling public defender system has staged an open revolt against the governor's order to cut budgets by refusing to ratify a plan that would cut its staffers and slash funding for training.

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Time to vote on GVW incorporation

Updated: 08/26/2008 - Three small towns in Aiken County are looking to join forces. You can vote yes or no on Tuesday.

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Rezoning means business for Columbia County

Posted: 08/22/2008 - Some new building projects are in the works in Columbia County. A new shopping center and retirement center were both recently approved by the planning commissioners.

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Augusta tells Hyde Park residents to test children for lead

Updated: 08/22/2008 - The city billed it as a meeting that would bring real answers for people living in Hyde Park. It's a community that's been living with the fear of contamination for decades. Residents left disappointed.

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Nunn apparently out of VP running

Posted: 08/21/2008 - The Georgia Democrat will be traveling out of the country until Monday. Obama is scheduled to appear with his running mate on Saturday in Springfield, Ill.

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Georgia board cuts social service spending

Posted: 08/20/2008 - Among the programs cut on Wednesday are waivers for mentally disabled adults which allow them to move from institutional settings into home care.

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Downtown construction could drive historic church out

Updated: 08/19/2008 - The St. Sebastian project is a new construction project that promises an easier route downtown. For most people that's one less hassle, but for one Augusta church it's more like one big headache.

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Augusta's garbage fee increasing

Updated: 08/19/2008 - The price of taking out the trash just got more expensive. Augusta city administrator Fred Russell made the announcement at Tuesday's commission meeting.

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