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Top Law Enforcement Officials in Clayton County Endorse Ken Hodges for Attorney General

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Tweet ATLANTA — Today, Kemuel “Kem” Kimbrough, Tracy Graham-Lawson, and Tasha M. Mosley, three of the top law enforcement officials in Clayton County, jointly announced their endorsement of Ken Hodges (D) and his campaign to become Georgia’s next Attorney General.

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ASU News

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Tweet Albany State University to hold Aviation Awareness Day on Friday Albany State University students will learn about careers in aviation with the U.S. Navy during the first Aviation Awareness Day set for Friday, April 16, in the Albany State University Coliseum (football stadium).

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NEW TITANS

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Tweet Albany Technical College signed five new players to the men’s Titans 2010-11 season team on Wednesday. They are, from left (pictured with Sylvester Patterson, center): Dermund Stewart, from Turner Job Corps, guard; Triquenski Hicks, from Turner Job Corps, power forward; Andrew Reason, from Turner Job Corps, forward; and Mike Cofield, from Sound Doctrine Christian [...]

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Secretary of State Kemp Announces Launch of MVP Website for Voters

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Tweet Atlanta – Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced today the launch of a new website for voters called MVP. MVP allows voters to view a sample ballot specific to that voter for upcoming elections, find their Election Day polling location and early voting locations in their county, check their registration status, track the [...]

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Two more home invasions in Albany; 4 in less than a week

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Tweet FROM: Albany Police Department Incident Location: 3800 block of Mayfair Lane Incident Time: 7:30 p.m. April 14, 2010 Officers officers responded to the above address in reference to a Burglary. The victim stated that when he entered his home, he heard a noise.  He walked toward the noise and was then confronted by a [...]

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Small Business Matchmaker Event Set for Albany Technical College on May 13th

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Tweet A free Matchmaking Event, to provide contracting opportunities for women and other small business owners, will be held on May 13, 2010 at Albany Technical College. In order to take part in the event, you are required to have been in business for at least two years.

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Albany Tech students win top honors at Georgia Phi Beta Lambda State Conference

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Tweet Several Albany Technical College students received first through fifth place awards at the Georgia Phi Beta Lambda 62nd Annual State Conference held in Atlanta April 9-11.

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Chambliss: Now is the Time to Enact the FairTax

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Tweet At a tax day rally on Capitol Hill today, U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., urged Congress to support the FairTax legislation, which would implement a simpler, less-cumbersome tax code. Chambliss has introduced the legislation in the Senate.

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Keown raises $110,035 in the 1st Quarter of 2010, $246,079 Total

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Tweet The total Cash on Hand as of March 31 for the Keown campaign is $193,792 Over 90% of contributions come from Georgia’s 2nd District (Coolidge)—Today leading Republican Congressional candidate, State Representative Mike Keown is filing his fundraising report with the Federal Elections Commission showing extremely strong financial support across Georgia’s Second District. “The people [...]

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State Transportation Board Urges Legislature To Address Funding Shortages

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Tweet The State Transportation Board today implored the Georgia General Assembly and Governor Sonny Perdue to address the mounting funding crisis facing transportation throughout the state. Noting that failure to generate more state transportation funding may result, for the first time in history, in Georgia having to decline available federal assistance in Fiscal Year 2012, [...]

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