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APNewsBreak: Sen. Kennedy has malignant brain tumor

BOSTON - A cancerous brain tumor caused the seizure Sen. Edward M. Kennedy suffered over the weekend, doctors said Tuesday in a grim diagnosis for one of American politics' most enduring figures.

June 04, 2008 | By GLEN JOHNSON Associated Press Writer | National


US court: Paper money discriminates against blind

WASHINGTON - The U.S. discriminates against blind people by printing paper money that makes it impossible for them to distinguish among the bills' varying values, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

June 04, 2008 | By MATT APUZZO Associated Press Writer | Washington


Bush pays respects victims of China quake

WASHINGTON - President Bush and first lady Laura Bush took a rainy motorcade ride to the Chinese Embassy on Tuesday to sign a condolence book extending U.S. sympathy to those killed in the massive earthquake there.

June 04, 2008 | The Associated Press | Washington


Ask Dr. Gott 5/21

DEAR DR. GOTT: I was appalled to recently read again in your column a specific mention of Wal-Mart Pharmacy in reference to locating a product. While it would most certainly be unethical, readers might assume that you benefit in some way by promoting the pharmacy.

June 04, 2008 | By DR. PETER GOTT | Coffee Break


Dear Abby 5/21

DEAR ABBY: I am not sure how to handle my boyfriend's hair loss. "Jasper" is 34 and I'm 23. We have been dating for two years and have a wonderful relationship. We are completely open to each other, and because of that, I feel backed into a corner regarding this subject.

June 04, 2008 | By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN | Coffee Break


Screven drops Game One, rain forces delay

BOGART, Ga. - North Oconee won Game One of Tuesday's scheduled doubleheader in the quarterfinals of the GHSA Class AA state playoffs on Tuesday, 6-3. The nightcap, however, was postponed due to rain. The two teams will resume the series today with the winner advancing to the Fial Four.

June 04, 2008 | From staff reports | Sports


Spring rains ease — but don’t end — drought in the Southeast

ATLANTA - What drought? Georgia's governor has given the go-ahead to fill up outdoor swimming pools. The five-ring fountain at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park is dancing once more. And some communities may soon allow homeowners to run lawn sprinklers again.

June 04, 2008 | By GREG BLUESTEIN Associated Press Writer | National


House action targets OPEC

WASHINGTON - The House voted Tuesday to let the Justice Department pursue energy antitrust and price fixing cases against members of the OPEC oil cartel, although critics said such attempts would likely be fruitless and could prompt a backlash from oil producers.

June 04, 2008 | By H. JOSEF HEBERT Associated Press Writer | Washington


Bridge 5/21

Han Suyin, a Chinese author and physician who now lives in Lausanne, Switzerland, said, "There is nothing stronger in the world than gentleness."

June 04, 2008 | By PHILLIP ALDER | Coffee Break


Astrograph 5/21

In the year ahead, because of lifestyle changes or past experiences taking you in a new direction, you might find good reasons to make some major changes in the way you select your friends. It's time to move forward.

June 04, 2008 | By BERNICE BEDE OSOL | Coffee Break


Audit: FBI didn’t join harsh terror interrogations

WASHINGTON - A Justice Department audit of terror interrogations at three military bases overseas concluded Tuesday that FBI agents refused to participate when detainees were questioned under harsh and potentially illegal methods.

June 04, 2008 | By LARA JAKES JORDAN Associated Press Writer | Washington


Local Roundup: SEB's Herndon, Williams sign track letters

Statesboro Pacers Teen Team

June 04, 2008 | From staff reports | Sports


Worker charged with vandalizing military helicopter in Pa.

PHILADELPHIA - An assembly line worker was charged with vandalizing a military helicopter at Boeing factory, but federal prosecutors said Tuesday that they were still trying to determine who damaged a second helicopter at the plant.

June 04, 2008 | By MARYCLAIRE DALE Associated Press Writer | National


Photographer speared by javelin at Utah meet

PROVO, Utah - A newspaper photographer got a little too close to the action at the state high school track championships - and was speared through the leg by a javelin.

June 03, 2008 | The Associated Press | National


Judge’s reason for canceling hearing is a gas

SAN ANTONIO - Gas prices seem to be affecting everyone's wheels - even the wheels of justice.

June 03, 2008 | The Associated Press | National


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180 Fitness offers SilverSneakers for Seniors

Even though 180 Fitness offers nearly 50 group fitness classes per week, you may not realize that they also offer a program that specifically targets ...

August 04, 2017 | | Locally Owned


Little Rascal’s Child Care and Learning Center is under new ownership

Bulloch County native Teresa Lane recently purchased Little Rascal's Child Care and Learning Center located at 196-A Zetterower Road. Little Rascal's has been ...

July 16, 2017 | | Locally Owned


Cottons Tire in Statesboro and Sylvania exceeds customer expectations

When Mike and Marcia Price purchased Cottons Tire in Sylvania more than 30 years ago, they wanted to do things differently.

July 16, 2017 | | Locally Owned


Real Trends recognizes Bubba Hunt as one of the top real estate professionals in the country

Bubba Hunt, of Coldwell Banker Tanner Realty, was named one of America's top real estate professionals by REAL Trends, as advertised in The Wall ...

July 03, 2017 | | Locally Owned


Concerns of Bulloch County resident Ruth Green

Note: Bulloch County native, retired Georgia Southern professor and community activist Ruth Green addressed the Bulloch County Commission with a list of her concerns at ...

May 17, 2017 | | Local


Deen Day Smith Awards - Past Honorees

Man of the Decade

May 04, 2017 | | Life


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