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Augusta road sinkholes raise traffic concerns

Posted: 02/13/2008 - There could be trouble brewing under the streets of Augusta. At least three sinkholes have surfaced recently, and the city is resting on old water lines.

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Sanford pushes flat income tax

Posted: 02/13/2008 - South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford stopped at several cities across the state Wednesday to promote a tax reform proposal.

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Augusta gets high ranking for growth

Posted: 02/11/2008 - News 12 has learned Southeast Construction has ranked the Augusta-Richmond County region 5th in the southeast for total construction starts in 2007.

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Some in Hyde Park told to clean up or pay up

Updated: 02/11/2008 - Houses in Augusta's Hyde Park are being threatened by bulldozers. Letters went out to some owners saying clean up your houses or they're coming down at the owners' expense.

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Mayor calls for review of Augusta's charter

Updated: 02/07/2008 - During his State of the City speech late Thursday morning at the Augusta Botanical Gardens, Mayor Deke Copenhaver called for a review of the way the city does business.

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Georgia eyes Tennessee River

Posted: 02/06/2008 - Some Georgia lawmakers are trying to reopen an 1818 border dispute to get access to the Tennessee River.

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Kingery Landing called off...for now

Updated: 02/05/2008 - Plans for a new development on North Augusta's riverfront have been voted down. North Augusta City Council voted 4-3 against the proposed Kingery Landing.

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New rules for parking in downtown Aiken

Updated: 02/04/2008 - Parking in downtown Aiken can be downright difficult sometimes. So the city is now looking at a solution. But some business owners don't like it. And the big question is, just how will these new rules be enforced?

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Hyde Park residents say no to chemical plant

Updated: 02/01/2008 - Hyde Park has battled contamination for years. Now a local chemical plant is looking to relocate nearby. Residents say: not in our backyard.

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Last day for advanced voting

Updated: 02/01/2008 - News 12 spent the day at the Municipal building in downtown Augusta, where people were getting a head start on their voting.

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Future unknown for Solicitor Barbara Morgan

Updated: 02/01/2008 - She still has nearly a year to go, but South Carolina 2nd Circuit Solicitor Barbara Morgan won't seek re-election. And word is, she might have bigger plans awaiting her.

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Coliseum Board meets lawmakers

Updated: 02/01/2008 - The Augusta Coliseum authority met with Augusta's legislative delegation today in Atlanta. Only 5 of the 12 members made the trip.

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Immigration bill moves forward

Posted: 01/31/2008 - Legislation designed to clamp down on illegal immigration has received key approval from the South Carolina House.

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Honoring DeVaney

Posted: 01/31/2008 - City leaders are looking for a way to honor a former mayor of Augusta. Mayor Charles DeVaney will get a plaque in his honor. Now, the question becomes where?

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1102 Bar and Grill placed on 90 day probation

Updated: 01/30/2008 - It was supposed to be a night of fun, but things took a violent turn at 1102 Bar and Grill. Now city leaders are placing the popular nightspot on probation.

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Augusta commissioners tackle public transportation

Updated: 01/30/2008 - The Augusta Public Service Committee will tackle Augusta Public Transportation Wednesday. They plan to discuss the bus routes and the option of seeking a route study.

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