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Matt Lampert

Matt Lampert





Recent Articles by Matt Lampert

  • Braselton commercial development gets final approval
    It has been in the works since 2006, and now that the Town Council has approved the final plat, Liberty Village can become a reality.
  • Police charge escaped inmate with robbery, sexual assault
    An escapee from an Augusta correctional facility has been arrested for attacking a female jogger on the North Oconee River Greenway and for a convenience store robbery.
  • LSU over Georgia, 63-57
    Sylvia Fowles had 19 points and 15 rebounds to help eighth-ranked LSU stretch its winning streak to eleven games with a 63-57 victory over No. 24 Georgia on Sunday.
  • Huckabee wins Kansas caucuses
    With all precincts reporting, Mike Huckabee has won the Republican presidential caucuses in Kansas.
  • City business, health leaders to serve on Grady nonprofit board
    The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce is urging Fulton and Dekalb counties to approve a plan that would help save Grady Memorial Hospital and has identified for the first time who could serve on the hospital's newly created nonprofit board.
  • Georgia man dies after Idaho BASE jump
    A Georgia man who successfully parachuted off the Twin Falls Bridge in Idaho apparently died of exposure while trying to hike out of the Snake River canyon.
  • Old lakes could offer drought-stricken Georgia a new water supply
    North Georgia holds a little-known secret that could come in handy during the state's historic drought: A band of aging, government-built lakes that are brimming with water.
  • Buford City Commission blocks auto shop expansion
    The Buford Collision Center's attempt to expand part of its operations to a neighboring office building on South Lee Street ended Monday night when the City Commission denied its request.
  • Lake Lanier up about one-half foot since Friday
    Lake Lanier held steady through January and is predicted to remain at its current levels through next month, but experts say that will not be good enough once warmer weather arrives.
  • Huckabee stumps in middle Georgia, hopes South will reinvigorate campaign
    Hoping a strong showing in the conservative South will reinvigorate his struggling White House bid, Mike Huckabee used a campaign stop in middle Georgia today to fire volleys at G.O.P. rival Mitt Romney.
  • Vanderbilt 61, No. 17 Georgia 54
    Christina Wirth scored 18 points to lead Vanderbilt to a 61-54 win over No. 17 Georgia in Southeastern Conference play on Sunday.
  • Chicago police search for gunman in clothing store attack; 5 dead
    A massive manhunt was under way Sunday for a gunman who killed five women in the back room of a suburban Chicago clothing store during a botched robbery attempt.
  • Teen charged with beating parents to death
    Investigators charged Joshua Spearman with two counts of murder Saturday after relatives found 55-year-old Darryl Spearman and 52-year-old Cherri Spearman dead in their Loganville home the previous day.
  • Blacks, religious voters could hold key in Ga. primary
    Blacks and Christian conservatives will be the voters to watch in Georgia's presidential primary on Tuesday, a contest that could attract a record number of residents to the polls.
  • Mormon church president Gordon B. Hinckley remembered as 'prophet to the people'
    Tens of thousands of faithful Mormons, including presidential candidate Mitt Romney, gathered to say goodbye to the church's longtime president, who died at age 97.
  • Investigators recover voice recorder from crashed plane
    Federal investigators say it could be days before they make preliminary determinations about what caused a private plane to crash while trying to land at the Mount Airy, N.C., airport, killing six Georgia men.
  • Tech falls to Maryland 88-86
    The Terrapins beat Georgia Tech 88-86 today in an Atlantic Coast Conference game, ending the Yellow Jackets three game winning streak.
  • Crawford's 26 points lead Kentucky to 63-58 win over Georgia
    Joe Crawford scored 26 points, including a 3-pointer to start a 10-0 run to open the second half, and Kentucky overcame the loss of Ramel Bradley to beat Georgia 63-58 on Saturday.
  • Toddler in stable condition, mother killed in fire
    A toddler is in stable condition and his mother is dead after an early Saturday morning house fire at a west Georgia home.
  • Ford recalls 225,000 vehicles
    Ford says it's recalling about 225,000 vehicles that were already repaired as part of an earlier recall to address concerns about a cruise control deactivation switch.
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