News for Sunday, June 7, 2009


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Tight budget forces change in plan for toll lanes

ATLANTA (AP) - A Georgia Department of Transportation official says a proposal for toll lanes on interstate highways north of Atlanta has been reduced because of budget problems.

NCR move threatens Dayton charities, arts groups

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - The transfer of NCR Corp. headquarters to Georgia threatens to bleed major dollars and support from charities, food pantries and the city's art museum.

3 Georgia communities grieve for dead guardsmen

ATLANTA (AP) - Three Georgia communities are grieving after three members of a Georgia National Guard unit deployed less than a month ago died in an attack in Afghanistan this week.

Chrysler dealers scramble to unload vehicles

Peter J. Walsh, the owner of Walsh Dodge in Jersey City, N.J., started out selling used cars in his hometown 28 years ago after the birth of his daughter. He slowly built his business, and felt as if he'd finally made it when he earned his Chrysler shingle in 2000.