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Leesburg's Butterfly Kisses a winner

The campaign by a Lee County organization to win a $50,000 grant from Pepsi for a playground for special-needs children is successful, the organizer of the project says.Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

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Albany golf pro Skinner wins opening event of PGA of America series in Fla.

River Pointe Golf Club pro Sonny Skinner wins the first leg of a three-week PGA of America tournament series Tuesday in Port St. Lucie, Fla., in a playoff.

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TUESDAY'S PREP HOOPS ROUNDUP: Herald No. 1 Monroe beats Valdosta in OT; Calhoun boys, girls continue hot start

The Herald No. 1 boys basketball team survives Valdosta on Tuesday night in overtime, led by sophomore Jabori McGhee's 23 points.

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DWS basketball teams win home openers easy

The Knights open their season with a win at home a few days after winning state in football, while the Lady Knights improve to 3-0 as both teams beat Brookwood.

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COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: Auburn routs GSW in D-I vs. D-II matchup; Ohio State whips FSU; Northwestern knocks around Georgia Tech

The Georgia Southwestern men's basketball team falls to Auburn in a road game in Alabama.

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Westover boys, girls hoops lay smack down on Lee County

Westover's Dequan Green scores 29 points for the boys and DyTiesha Dunson adds 17 for the girls as both squads rout Lee County on Tuesday at home.

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Lee's Griffin taking his talents to Georgia Southern

Lee County star catcher Chase Griffin secures his college future Tuesday, signing with the Eagles' baseball program in Statesboro.

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Auburn could be fined if Newton off-limits

The SEC talks of fining Auburn if quarterback Cam Newton doesn't talk after Saturday's title game, while former Mississippi State player Kenny Rogers is set to meet with officials to discuss allegations against Newton.

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NBA suspends Bobcats G Stephen Jackson, makes him video star

To show the rest of the league how serious it is about its new technical foul rules, Charlotte's Stephen Jackson is the subject of an NBA what-not-to-do video.

Lecture set to focus on healthy holiday cooking

More than 70 people had signed up for an upcoming health department lecture as of Tuesday afternoon.- Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

Police/Fire/EMS - December 1, 2010

Albany police respond to at least 45 incidents.- Pete Skiba, staff writer

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Impasse in McCourts mediation

A judge rules Tuesday that the messy divorce proceedings between Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his ex-wife are at an impasse.

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Toys for Tots donations down

Last year, a toy drive program collected more than 20,000 items for children in the area.Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

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Losing team could well win the 'NFC Worst'

Believe it or not, a team with a losing record out of the NFC West will be making the playoffs for the first time ever.

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My Brother's Keeper plans to feed 1,000

An Albany group plans to give 1,000 needy people the makings for a holiday meal on Dec. 18.Pete Skiba

County debates public involvement for SPLOST

Lee County is preparing for a special-purpose local-option 1 percent tax referendum next spring.J.D. Sumner, government writer

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Man free after mistaken identity

Albany police release one man and charge another with murder in an October beating death.Pete Skiba, staff writer

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Buster Posey confirms for Leesburg Christmas parade

NL Rookie of the Year and World Series hero Buster Posey will serve as grand marshal Saturday morning in the Leesburg Spirit of Christmas Parade.-- Carlton Fletcher

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Albany Firefighters undertake ability testing (Video included)

Testing both physical and mental ability is vital to ensuring public safety, officials say.

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Butterfly Kisses voting ends tonight!

Midnight tonight is the deadline to vote for Butterfly Kisses.

Heritage Financial Group Inc. shares trading under the symbol HBOSD

Shares of the newly-organized Heritage Financial Group Inc. began trading on the NASDAQ market today.

UPDATE: Atlanta CRCT probe

The investigation into test tampering at the Atlanta Public School system appears headed toward criminal prosecutions with the appointments Tuesday of Mike Bowers and Bob Wilson as special assistant district attorneys..