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Matt Lampert

Matt Lampert





Recent Articles by Matt Lampert

  • Moreno scores 3 TDs, Georgia romps over Chippewas
    Knowshon Moreno rushed for 168 yards and tied a career high with three touchdowns to lead No. 2 Georgia past Central Michigan 56-17 on Saturday.
  • Hall BOE not ruling out staff reductions
    With tough economic times lingering, the Hall County School Board is looking for more ways to trim costs, including staff reductions.
  • Adcock continues road to recovery
    Mike Adcock, the Johnson High School assistant principal seriously injured in an automobile accident in early August, continues to recover at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
  • Cost to repair tornado-damaged schools nearing $1M
    While students were back in class the day after tornadoes hit a pair of Hall County elementary schools last week, parts of the buildings continue to undergo repairs.
  • Panda cub born at Zoo Atlanta
    Zoo Atlanta's giant panda family just got larger. A cub born over the weekend is the second offspring for Lun Lun and Yang Yang.
  • McCain cuts convention short over storm
    John McCain tore up the script for his Republican National Convention on Sunday, canceling most opening-day activities and positioning himself as above mere politics as Hurricane Gustav churned toward New Orleans.
  • Nationals sweep Braves
    After failing to lay down a sacrifice, Aaron Boone slammed a three-run, eighth-inning home run to lift the Washington Nationals to their season-high sixth straight win, 8-4 over the Atlanta Braves on Sunday.
  • Bandits bag bundles of blue jeans at Athens mall
    Shoplifters bagged more than 200 pairs of jeans one afternoon from a department store at an Athens mall.
  • Ga. to host hurricane evacuees
    With Hurricane Gustav headed for the Gulf Coast, two evacuation centers are now open in Georgia. The Georgia Emergency Management Agency says the First Baptist Church in Lagrange and the Gold Dust Recreation Center in Villa Rica will house evacuees.
  • Motorcyclist airlifted in Lumpkin Co. wreck
    A man was injured when he lost control of his motorcycle on Highway 129 in Lumpkin County on Sunday morning.
  • PSC to hold final round of Atmos Energy rate hike hearing this week
    The Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold the final round of public hearings on the Atmos Energy Corporation request for an increase in natural gas rates in Gainesville this week.
  • Gas prices tick up in Ga., hold steady nationally
    The price of a gallon of regular unleaded in the state rose on average from $3.58 last week to $3.60 as of Sunday, according to a AAA survey.
  • Braves give up bases loaded walk in 10th, fall to Nats 9-8
    Elijah Dukes walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Washington Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves 9-8 on Saturday.
  • Falcons pick Ryan as starting QB
    Matt Ryan will be the Atlanta Falcons' starting quarterback this season. The No. 3 overall draft pick was chosen Sunday by first-year Falcons coach Mike Smith.
  • Braves fall to Cardinals 6-3
    Albert Pujols hit a two-run homer and briefly took the lead in the NL batting race over the Braves' Chipper Jones, before falling back by less than a percentage point in the St. Louis Cardinals' 6-3 victory over Atlanta on Sunday.
  • Dozens killed in Kyrgyzstan plane crash
    At least 71 people are dead after an Iran-bound passenger jet crashed Sunday near the main airport in Kyrgyzstan.
  • Ga.'s first all-girls charter school opens in Gwinnett
    This is not your typical public school. It's Ivy Preparatory Academy, the state's first all-girls charter school.
  • Broun denies budget problems
    A northeast Georgia congressman says despite reports to the contrary, his office is in fine fiscal shape.
  • Barr: Goal is to impede chances of McCain, Obama being elected
    Bob Barr, a former Georgia congressman and the Libertarian Party’s nominee for president, responds to concerns that he’ll siphon votes from Republican John McCain.
  • Bush names 4 Fla. counties disaster areas
    President Bush declared Sunday that four Florida counties hit hardest by Tropical Storm Fay are major disaster areas, making them eligible for federal aid.
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