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ROBIN TRIMARCHI email@example.com Fort Benning families stood in line from early morning for a Christmas tree at the Trees for Troops at Wetherby Field Thursday.
Should states lower the drinking age to 18?
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4 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
Keishon Thompkins, Tuyen Bowles, Deantre Stringer, Josh Sampson, Jasaad Graves, Jayson Sims and Chris Baker and Quintavious Rollins all went undefeated during the tri-meet.
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Deputy Marshal Alicia Davenport turned herself in at the Muscogee County Sheriff's Office at about 2:30 p.m. today.
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An investigation into an unlicensed Columbus group-care home that started in the summer has broadened to include a licensed home for disabled adults, according to Columbus Police.
12 hrs ago | State of Georgia
It is officially Christmas in Georgia. The 42-foot tall tree outside of the Governor's mansion was lit Sunday evening with thousands of Christmas lights, signaling the beginning of the season.
16 hrs ago | WSFA-TV Montgomery
The holidays are often known as a time for families to gather together. However, domestic violence experts explain that holiday season can turn brutal for some families.
While I've visited colleagues, family and friends who retired to other parts, I know of no better place for me than right here in Michigan.
Georgia education officials say the graduation rate for the state's public high schools increased nearly two percentage points over the previous year.
ROBIN TRIMARCHI firstname.lastname@example.org City officials and other dignitaries cut the ribbon and opened the new Sustainability Center off of Schatulga Road Wednesday.
SCOOTER MacMILLAN/Special to the Ledger-EnquirerSome of the items in the Springer Opera House Emporium includes snowman drinking cups for children and sweatshirts.
A teenage woman walking to her car in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart on Gateway Road in Columbus was caught off-guard by two men who approached her in a casual, non-threatening manner.
The program superintendent David Lewis recommended is called Reading Wonders. The district's cost will be $1,755,022.
ROBIN TRIMARCHIemail@example.comDr. Jan McBarron advises her clients on how to continue their weight loss programs through the holiday season.
One reason she does it early is because it reminds her of her father, who died 11 years ago.
For the last three days, the Ledger-Enquirer has reflected on a tragedy that, among other effects, devastated at least two local families.