Columbia County officials and Family Y executives broke ground Wednesday on a new exhibition hall and fitness center in Grovetown.
A salary study conducted for some government positions recommended raises to be considered in Tuesday's budget discussion.
Columbia County officials recently fired two Recreation Department employees after they attempted to circumvent pay rules for some staff members.
An employee disciplinary report filed with the county Human Resources Department on Feb.
The Columbia County school board agreed on Tuesday to send a letter to commissioners asking for a cut in charges for tax collections.
Columbia County schools will hold graduation ceremonies on Saturday, featuring twins as the val and sal for Grovetown High.
A non-partisan group recently formed in Columbia County to better inform residents of government and political issues.
Students from Evans and Lakeside high schools recently committed to attend U.S. military academies.
Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle said Thursday that the state is poised for a boom in manufacturing.
Harlem High star pitcher Tyler Wirsu signed a letter of intent Monday to play baseball for North Greenville University.
The Columbia County CVB approved bylaw changes Wednesday that shrink the size of the board and allows for commission appointments.
Columbia County eighth-graders performed better this year on writing assessments.
Columbia County commissioners approved spending more funds to add improvements to Lewiston Road at William Few Parkway.
For their inaugural Service Day, Augusta Prep pupils help in the community and on campus.
The county CVB board will meet Wednesday to consider bylaw changes addressing how board members are chosen.
Churck Anderson and Jack Hatcher recently were honored for their dedication to the Harlem High FFA program.
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