News for Thursday, November 25, 2010


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Police/Fire/EMS - Nov. 26, 2010

Police respond to at least 52 incidents

City finalizes rezoning

Developers plan to put up to 34 single-family homes on the property.

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Holiday meal served at mission

Keeping up a 21-year mission, the Albany Resuce Mission feeds the hungry on Thanksgiving Day.

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Pets, possibly Posey, part of parade, festival

Now that they've got a year under their collective belts, officials with the Lee County Chamber of Commerce are expecting their second Spirit of Christmas Festival, held in conjunction with the annual Spirit of Christmas Parade, to be a big hit for both man and beast.

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Serena Williams withdraws from Australian Open

Tennis star Serena Williams drops out of the Austrailia Open to give her foot time to heal.

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Ex-Arkansas QB Mustain might get chance at USC

Former high school football prodigy Mitch Mustain finally gets a chance to shine for USC.

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Dogs relying on special teams to beat Tech

The resurgent UGA offense and defense will have to keep playing well to beat Georgia Tech on Saturday, but this week in practice the special teams for the Bulldogs has had extra emphasis placed on it heading into the showdown.

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The Westwood Wonders haven't just been perfect all year, they've rarely been tested -- especially by any team in the GISA Class A ranks -- as they look to cap just the third unbeaten, 13-0 season in the program's rich history tonight when they face Memorial Day for the state crown in Savannah.

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Pressure's on for No. 2 Tigers vs. No. 9 Tide

No. 9 Alabama is freerolling today against No. 2 Auburn, which has all the pressure on its shoulders to stay unbeaten, but remain in the hunt for the BCS National Championship.

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YOUR CROWN AWAITS, PART I: Deerfield-Windsor

The Deerfield-Windsor Knights have dominated GISA Class AAA football the last three seasons -- winning the state title in 2008 and finishing runner-up last year -- and now they're back again, this time facing off against bitter rival Tattnall Square in the first-ever state championship meeting on the gridiron between the two schools.