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First federal storm grant awarded to city
Augusta has received its first distribution of federal reimbursement funding for cleanup from a winter ice storm.
Police ease way into 'slowpoke' law
Law enforcement officers are putting more emphasis on educating motorists of Georgia's "slowpoke" law instead of issuing citations, officials said.
Theater apologizes for movie scenes
Regal Entertainment Group said Tuesday the company is evaluating complaints its Augusta theater showed scenes from the film "Sex Tape" instead of a children's movie.
EMS physician training starts Wednesday
The instruction will focus on liability, legal responsibility, as well as defensive and offensive driving, and will be conducted by Augusta Fire Department training coordinators.
Commission still might raise taxes
Augusta commissioners appear headed to a possible compromise on a property tax increase after defeating a $9 million increase at a called meeting Monday. 
First federal storm grant awarded to city
Augusta has received its first distribution of federal reimbursement funding for cleanup from a winter ice storm.
NCAA settles head-injury suit, will change rules
CHICAGO - The NCAA agreed Tuesday to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports' governing body touted as a major step forward, but that critics say doesn't go nearly far enough.
Ryan steps into teaching role for Falcons
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - Matt Ryan is expanding his leadership role to include teaching young players and other newcomers in his seventh training camp with the Atlanta Falcons.
Durr, Martin share bond over years
Fortunately for Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice, he didn't kick his dog or shoot himself in the leg or he might have really drawn the ire of the league office.
Expectations low for Paine football team
At the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Con­ference Media Day last week, Paine College coach Greg Ruffin expected low projections around the league for his football program.
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