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Students warned about drug use, violence
The presentation was part of the Dream Builders of America's Youth organization's outreach to help steer teens away from drugs and violence and into careers and education.
Gusty winds, cool temps on the way
A blast of Canadian air, pushed south by a "deep upper trough," will bring strong winds and cooler temperatures through South Carolina's and Georgia's central corridors, effecting cities from Columbia to Waynesboro.
Dean, family still waiting on ruling
Scott Dean and his family are still waiting on the ruling by a Tattnall County judge on his writ of habeas corpus.
Roundtree, deputies open sheriff's office for spooky tour
On Friday, more than 400 children braved the dark and foggy chambers of the sheriff's office knowing they would be met with candy on the other side.
Symphony exec director leaves
Mieko Hatano has stepped down as executive director of Symphony Orchestra Augusta.
Next Augusta VA director likely from outside hospital
A review of The Augusta Chronicle's archives of the hospital's previous directors shows that the past six leaders - including Robert Hamilton who resigned last week - were not on the staff of Charlie Norwood when they were hired.
Man gets 19 years for child molestation
The Richmond County Superior Court jury deliberated most of the day Friday before convicting Brian H. Ransom of one count of child molestation. The jury deadlocked 11-1, however, on a second count of aggravated sexual battery.
Baby receives blood, still in critical condition
Shepeard Community Blood Center is applauding blood donations made after its calls to help a baby who remains in critical condition.
Locals go "Over The Edge" in charity rappelling event
Friday's event saw 72 people rapel down the Augusta Mariott to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta.
Political newcomer, incumbent in House 125 race
Political newcomer W.P. 'Pat' Garrett is challenging Democratic incumbent Rep. Earnest Smith for the Georgia House District 125 seat.
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