In a mini-prelude to Columbia County graduation season, six students received their high school diplomas Saturday, May 18, 2013 during a ceremony at Evans Christian Academy.
The retiring principal of the Augusta Prep upper school spent her first career in the U.S. Army, rising to the ranks of commanding general at Fort Gordon.
Evans Christian Academy's six graduates this past Saturday marked the beginning of graduation season for public and private Columbia County schools.
Columbia County commissioners Tuesday unanimously rejected a proposal to turn a failed professional park into a townhome development.
Greenbrier High School's Jeremy Harden held a ceremony Wednesday, May 15, 2013 to commit to running track for the University of Georgia.
Mr. Lloyd wouldn't be pleased with the way custodians have failed to make the case for preventing their jobs from being outsourced.
Georgia Board of Regents Chancellor Hank Huckaby spoke Wednesday, May 15, 2013 to the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce Post-Legislative Breakfast and defended GRU President Ricardo Azziz as a "change agent."
Grovetown High School basketball player Josalyn Leverett-Scott and basebally pitcher Hunter McBride signed college scholarship letters Friday, May 10, 2013.
Try as I might, I just couldn't get educators to break down the College and Career Readiness Performance Index in a way that the rest of us can understand.
Hank Huckaby, the chancellor of the University System of Georgia, will be the main speaker for the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce Post-Legislative Breakfast Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
The theme for this past week in Columbia County could be "Girls Gone Wild," but not remotely in a good way.
The Columbia County Board of Education, looking for options to filling a nearly $5 million budget deficit, likely will consider a tax increase when they meet Tuesday, May 14.
Retiring Columbia County School Superintendent Charles Nagle took equal parts praise and good-natured ribbing during a reception Thursday, May 9, 2013.
Larry Long's untimely death isn't just sad; it's a worrisome sign for the future of Columbia County's Board of Elections.
Columbia County commissioners Tuesday approved first reading of an ordinance that will require more notice, and possibly charge fees, for events that require public streets to be blocked.
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