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Many area charities operating with deficit
According to the latest data from the National Center for Charitable Statistics, nearly 40 percent of the 514 nonprofit organizations in Au­gus­ta's seven-county metropolitan region reported a deficit in their most recent tax filings.
Three-year dispute with Augusta ambulance provider hits turning point
It's not Augusta's first conflict over emergency medical services, but the city might be nearing a turning point in the latest - a its three-year disagreement with its provider of 10 years, Gold Cross EMS.
GRU monkey death raises questions
Georgia Regents University acknowledged in a statement that it has been placed on probation by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International.
City Ink: Sales tax battle plays out online
Augusta has entered the digital age in politics with Secure Augusta's Future, Say No to SPLOST Augusta, One Tax Over the Line and iloveaug.org.
Cadets graduate from Fort Gordon program
Almost 200 teenagers graduated from Fort Gordon's Youth Challenge Academy on Saturday, marching in cadence as they received their diplomas at James Brown Arena. The program aims to help at-risk youth gain their high school diplomas, obtain a GED or return to high school.
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