A ceremonial sword meant for a Columbia County native and War of 1812 hero will be returned to Georgia, from where it disappeared more than a century ago.
Grovetown City Councilman Sonny McDowell spoke out Thursday, June 28, 2012, about a federal indictment that accused him of bribery in Alabama.
Columbia Coutny officials likely will approve a $2 million project to build a sanitary sewer system at the Interstate 20 interchange at Appling-Harlem Highway.
The annual Red, White and Blue Veterans Celebration has been moved to Veterans Day.
Evans High School senior Justin Crozier commited to play Division I soccer as a goalkeeper at Mercer University.
The Summer Reading program, organized by the Columbia County Libraries, begins with a kick-off celebration Saturday.
Columbia County mother and son Rebecca Sears and Sean Bowers pled guilty Friday to the murder of Laverne "Kay" Parsons.
The new Harlem Public Safety headquarters will be open for tours on Saturday and Sunday.
The Columbia County Foundation for Children's annual Spring Fling Benefit Dinner will be Thursday. Tickets must be purchased in advance by Monday.
Harlem Mayor Bobby Culpepper is collecting historical items.
Grovetown store owners and employees expect to see a drop in the surge of Sunday alcohol sales as Augusta begins Sunday sales today.
While golf dominates Masters Week, there are several Spring Break camps for children.
CSRA Home Connections members honored Bailey Lewis, 12, , for his donation to help deployed military personne.
The Friends of the Grovetown Library are holding a books sale Saturday at Liberty Park Community Center.
The closing of an unstaffed fire station in Leah will lead to keeping another open near Harlem.
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