News for Saturday, November 24, 2012


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For shopping safety: Be aware of your surroundings

Covington Police Department Capt. Ken Malcom gives tips to femal shoppers on staying safe during the holiday season.

Black Friday deals draw shoppers on T-giving night

Shoppers reported longest lines on Thanksgiving night, with lines tapering off by Black Friday.

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Twelfth century musical drama recounting Christ's birth comes to Monastery

Melding the traditional Christmas story of the shepherds and magi traveling to witness the birth of the baby Jesus with the panic King Herod experienced when a potential threat to his throne is born, the Atlanta Camerata Theater's "The Play of Herod" has been a holiday favorite of metro audiences

Conyers Police Department earns international accreditation

The Conyers Police Department has achieved international accreditation.

Deals still available on Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday -- the Monday after Thanksgiving -- has become one of the most popular shopping days.

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Choosing and cutting down your own Christmas tree a tradition for many

Time to choose that perfect tree and the Georgia Farm Bureau recommends choosing one of nine tree farms across the state.

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Darrell Huckaby: Thanksgiving has been replaced by worship of sales

Black Friday; Cyber Monday: It's gotten totally out of hand.

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Bill O'Reilly: Crushing ambition

The left-wing media went wild after the election when analysis showed that many poorer Americans supported President Obama and entitlements could have been a major reason why.

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Rob Jenkins: Richt's character and record should silence the haters

Will the Mark Richt haters please shut up now? What more does the man have to do?