Police Blotter, July 10, 2013
Destruction of Martinez Elementary School began Friday.
Alexis Moss often meets parents of special needs children who are reluctant to get them involved in extracurricular activities because they aren't sure of their children's ability.
One family business is making a splash in the local economy.
Steve Wright and his family took over Escape Outdoors' kayak rental in September and in recent months, business has been booming.
ATLANTA - A new organization, StudentsFirst, aims to change the dynamics of Georgia's education politics.
Major league baseball will be taking a midseason break for the All Star game, so we'll take our own midseason break and catch up on developments in some of the stories highlighted in earlier columns.
The U.S. Senate has passed an expansive "immigration reform" bill.
The bill's Hoeven-Corker Amendment would increase the government's "border-security" spending to $46.3 billion.
• Tryouts for 9U and 11U travel baseball teams are July 20 at 9 a.m. at Riverside Park on Hardy McManus Road, open to players that do not turn 12 before May 1, 2014. Call Eddie Haley at (706) 726-1410.
A Martinez man hit by two cars early Sunday died.
Grovetown officials did not appoint a replacement Monday for a councilman who resigned in April.
Augusta Prep's football camp featured coaches outside the community.
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