Columbia County commissioners approved new fees for several services offered by Planning and Engineering.
County commissioners affirmed area banker Rick Crawford to the board of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, bringing it to full capacity.
Columbia County commissioners hired an international firm last week to develop a business plan for the broadband network.
Columbia County commissioners approved a month-long moratorium on all non-residential rezonings while they re-evaluate permitted uses in some zonings.
Brian Slowinski resigned Tuesday at chairman of the Columbia County Republican Party to focus on his race for the board of education.
At least some of the Greenbrier High seniors caught squirting superglue into the door locks at the school paid restitution.
The Columbia County school board bought 26 acres on William Few Parkway as the site for a new North Columbia Elementary School.
Columbia County authorities arrested on Thursday a man they believe is connected to the Monday shooting on Evans to Locks Road.
Columbia County authorities arrested an Evans teen Tuesday on charges of rape and aggravated child molestation.
Columbia County officials and Family Y executives broke ground Wednesday on a new exhibition hall and fitness center in Grovetown.
Columbia County Administrator Scott Johnson and ballet instructor Julia Morgan formed a team to compete on Dancing Stars of Augusta and raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association.
Columbia County commissioners approved a $56 million general fund budget Tuesday that comes with a half-mill tax cut.
Four teens arrested last month for squirting glue in the locks of Greenbrier High School might have to pay restitution to attend college in the fall.
A Grovetown teen was arrested Thursday for shoplifting spray paint and marbles from Walmart.
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