...Saturday night. Georgia Tech: Hurricanes a slight favorite by the oddsmakers, and that shouldn't sit well with the Jackets. South Carolina: Gamecocks looking to bounce back against a much-improved Wildcats squad.? Chris Gay, staff writer
...between Eighth and Ninth streets about 11 a.m.On Friday and Saturday, an Ironman expo with merchandise and vendor booths at the Augusta Convention Center's Exhibit Hall is open to the public. Admission is free.? Chris Gay, staff writer
...2010 to July 2012 ? first as a plans officer in the 35th Signal Brigade then as an operations officer in the 63rd Signal Battalion and an executive officer in the 50th Signal Battalion.Staff Writer Wesley Brown contributed to this report.
...service," Norman stated. "His hard work and dedication will be forever appreciated by myself, the members of the Paine College Board of Trustees, faculty and staff of Paine College."Staff writer Susan McCord contributed to this report
...Were the restored roars a bit of a bore? Media picks Posted: 04/09/09 Here are the writers' picks. Take Five Posted: 04/09/09 Staff writer Scott Michaux breaks down the chances of 35 players. Tiger and Phil on a collision course at Masters Posted: 04...
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...Jackets meet Wofford for the first time since 1901, when Tech won the game in Augusta (yes, Augusta).South Carolina: The Gamecocks look to extend their 18-game home winning streak against the Manziel-less Aggies. ? Chris Gay, staff writer
...Jarrett Troxler's debut as Greenbrier's coach."He's so fast and he runs with a lot of conviction," Troxler said."He wants to win so bad, and he's such a team player. He runs like he wants to win."? Wayne Staats, staff writer
...on the radiator, that might be a clue. The back window is a clue as to the body maker back then. It might be a Pierce Arrow. They were big on the head lamps and later incorporated them into the front fenders."? Glynn Moore, staff writer
...a ripple effect for Augusta."They use that money to bring events in like the Special Olympics at Fort Gordon," he said. "That money is again used to bring money back to Augusta."Staff writer David Lee contributed to this article.