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Richmond County teachers may have five less furlough days next year in proposed budget

chronicle.augusta.com — According to the proposed budget presented Thursday, employees will still be furloughed on four non-student days to save the district about $4 million. Compared with the nine furlough days the district implemented last year, Richmond Coun­ty Technical Career Magnet School Principal Renee Kelly said the change is encouraging.
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Poll shows Perdue, Deal still leading

m.chronicle.augusta.com — ATLANTA - David Perdue and Nathan Deal continue to lead in their GOP primaries in a voter survey released Thursday, and it shows that Karen Handel is gaining ground. Handel, Georgia's former secretary of state, is now in third place in the Republican primary for U.S.

USC Aiken center awarded for fostering small business

chronicle.augusta.com — The Small Business Development Center on the University of South Carolina Aiken campus, where both DiSano and Clark work as consultants, received the Small Business Administration's Excellence and Innovation Center Award for the South Carolina District.
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Aquinas star Hill granted release from Marquette

chronicle.augusta.com — Ahmed Hill won't be going to Marquette. The Aquinas basketball star and Class A Player of the Year asked for and was granted a release from the program, according to a note Hill posted on his Twitter account Wednesday night.