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...of Sale contained in a Security Deed given by Charles E. Moore and Bernice P. White Moore to Bankers First Federal Savings and Loan Association, dated October 26, 1987, recorded in Deed Book 274, Page 726, Richmond County, Georgia Records...
Tat Thompson aims to turn heads with startup institution

Tat Thompson used to have, as he says, a "tremendously nice" office.
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Notable deaths of 2001

Lore K. Wright, 62. A professor and chairwoman of the Department of Psychiatric and Mental Health at the Medical College of Georgia School of Nursing. Jan. 13.
Business may boost downtown

...Mr. Dallas said, adding work should be complete early next year. The entertainer purchased the old First Federal Savings and Loan Association building from SouthTrust Corp. on Sept. 29 for approximately $1 million. The midrise building, which...
James Brown buys downtown building

James Brown finally got his name attached to an Augusta landmark.
Metro | James Brown
Business briefs

Stocks finish weekat another record NEW YORK -- Financial and consumer shares led stocks higher Friday, reversing the market's one-day slide and gaining just enough to close the week at record highs. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 90.93 to 9,167.50, erasing Thursday's 85-point drop and squeaking past Wednesday's record close of 9,162.27. Most broad-market measures also set new highs by a narrow margin as Wall Street quickly shrugged off a brief bout of renewed worry about Japanese and Asian recovery efforts.
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Police searching for missing man Though they suspect foul play, South Carolina officials are hopeful that they will find a 61-year-old Greenwood man who has been missing for a week. Marvin Chipley of Jennings Avenue in Greenwood was reported missing last Tuesday by his brother, Robert Chipley. Edgefield sheriff's deputies found Mr. Chipley's red Ford Escort on Sunday afternoon on the shoulder U.S. Highway 25, six miles outside Edgefield. The vehicle was headed toward Augusta, officials said.
Metro | North Augusta High School
Pocket change

The year in review

Most major business stories in 2000 shared a common thread - nearly all occurred outside Richmond and Columbia counties. Burke, Aiken and Edgefield counties accounted for most of the new jobs and capital investments in the region. 2000 smiled most on the two South Carolina counties. More than a half-dozen major industrial projects materialized in Aiken and Edgefield counties, including Newman Technologies, a parts supplier to Honda Motor Co.; Shinsho American Corp., a Japanese wire-maker; and apparel giant VF Corp.
Editorials | Augusta National Golf Club | Augusta Regional Airport - Bush Field
Henry Getzen Neal

DAHLONEGA, Ga. - Henry Getzen Neal, retired Executive Secretary and Legal Counsel to the Georgia Board of Regents, and former Assistant Attorney General and Legal Counsel to Governor Ernest Vandiver and Governor Carl Sanders, died at his home