News for Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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Company recalling more than 14,000 child seats

Defective rivet for harness adjuster involved

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently alerted consumers to a recall of child safety seats by Britax Child Safety, Inc., according to a spokesman for the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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Drew stuffs No. 2 Eagle’s Landing

Drew boys basketball players had more than an inkling that they were going to hand Eagle’s Landing its first Region 4-AAA loss Tuesday night. So they made sure that they looked the part.

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Signing Day, here at blessed last!

National Signing Day is a big relief.

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Mundy’s Mill gets win, despite coach’s displeasure

There is an old adage in sports that says: “A win is a win.” But don’t let Mundy’s Mill coach Tu Willingham hear you say that about his squad’s 46-30 Region 4-AAAA victory against Mount Zion on Tuesday evening.

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Drew girls win eighth straight

Precious Person scored 15 points as No. 9 Drew cruised to an easy 49-23 Region 4-AAA victory over visiting Eagle’s Landing on Tuesday.

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COUPON QUEEN: A grab bag of coupon questions

Jill Cataldo saves hundreds on groceries by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too.

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GOP faces the odds — Peter Funt

It's a two-man race now, Newt Gingrich vs. Mitt Romney. Here's the betting line on key categories that seem to matter most in debates and on the stump.

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Newt Gingrich keeps hitting the reliable anti-media hot button

former House Speaker Newt Gingrich's attempts to control, intimidate or politically use the news media during the South Carolina and Florida presidential debates highlighted how politicians use the media to advance themselves, try to manipulate and bully it, but how in the end if they face "real" journalists the media usually rises again.

BOE approves new map for school board districts

Clayton County Board of Education members approved a new map, Monday night, that redraws school board voting districts, with the goal of evening out the disparities in populations among the current districts.

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