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4 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
Columbus Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve $680,000 in crime prevention grants brought before them by the city's Crime Prevention Director Seth Brown.
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ROBIN TRIMARCHI firstname.lastname@example.org Newly-elected Muscogee County School Board member John Thomas and his wife Marjorie Mitchell Thomas acknowledge their supporters after election results show Thomas winning the Muscogee County School Board District 2 seat Tuesday.
10 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
The TSYS financial machine picked up steam in the second quarter, with the credit-card and payment processor topping $600 million in quarterly revenue for the first time in its history.
11 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
A 30-year-old woman told police a suspected assailant tailed her for some time on Benning Drive before confronting her with a knife Sunday, according to a Columbus police report.
15 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
Police are searching for an unknown number of suspects after the Airport Thruway Applebee's was robbed Monday, according to a Columbus police report.
16 hrs ago | Lucianne.com
COLUMBUS, Ga. - GeorgiaA s two Republican candidates for US Senate, David Perdue and Jack Kingston, are facing off in the polls Tuesday, and they are taking different approaches with their last-minute strategies.
It's called the consent agenda. It's a tool for governing boards to streamline meetings by bunching into a single vote routine items requiring approval.
A "flood-type downpour" late Tuesday up routed some 35 families from their homes as waters flooded streets, businesses, and houses, drowned car engines and brought traffic to a virtual standstill in many areas of Columbus and Phenix City.
A Columbus radiologist says that the new-to-the-area 3D mammography is a big improvement in testing for breast cancer and reduces anxiety for both doctor and patient.
Army Pvt. Jeremy M. Krick has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga., after completing a nine-week course.
Police charged a 24-year-old man with public indecency Saturday after responding to reports of a potential intoxicated driver, according to a Columbus police report.
The police chief in Douglasville may learn his possible fate on Monday a week after making controversial comments about officer pay and force attrition.
Rush Limbaugh and most conservative talk show hosts were Vietnam cowards. Rush got a deferment for a cyst on his butt, an easily treatable condition.
MIKE OWENemail@example.comRelax, the unorthodox spelling of "school" on the sign outside Clubview Elementary School has been corrected.
Photos by ROBIN TRIMARCHIfirstname.lastname@example.orgJessica Patterson serves a drive-thru customer at her family's Deorio's Pizza ToGo location on Moon Road at the intersection with Whitesville Road.
Columbus police say that 25-year-old Ketrone R. Blanks pointed a gun at another man and have charged him with aggravated assault.
After the Marine Corps, I attended the University of Georgia and was then accepted to The Whitney Museum Independent Program in New York City.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:19 pm
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