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Well, I am less than 2 weeks out from flying to Grenada and starting what can colloquially be said as “the rest of my life”. 120 more words

CFP/FTM

Parents of brain-eating amoeba victim post message on billboard to warn others

(ABC NEWS) – A Florida family has posted a billboard to draw attention to the dangers of the “brain-eating” amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, for people swimming in local lakes, ponds and streams. 296 more words

U.S. & World News

Summer Music Camp for Local Kids

A new summer music camp is open this week for kids in the CSRA.

VOCE, the Young Voices of Augusta, is hosting an elementary music camp through Friday. 11 more words

News

Beachgoer dies after being hit by umbrella

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Police say a woman died after wind blew an anchored umbrella into her chest on the Oceanfront Wednesday.

Police have identified the woman as 55-year-old Lottie Michelle Belk, of Chester, Virginia. 120 more words

U.S. & World News

Sea lice affecting people swimming along Florida's Gulf coast

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Purple flags are popping up all over the Florida panhandle as a nearly-invisible nuisance is causing a headache for beach-goers.

Sea lice, also known as beach lice, have been confirmed in South Walton and Santa Rosa Beaches, and they may be moving west towards Alabama. 222 more words

U.S. & World News

Georgia officials focus on danger to kids left in hot cars

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia officials plan to highlight the dangers of leaving kids alone in cars.

Gov. Nathan Deal, first lady Sandra Deal and other state officials are set to hold an event focused on the issue Tuesday at the state Capitol. 52 more words

Georgia News

Children needing food can get it from the Family Y this summer

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – The Family Y’s Summer Food Service Program begins today.

The program provides snacks and meals to all children 18 years of age and younger, regardless of membership at some Y locations. 37 more words

CSRA News