It was July 3, 1861 when Wilson N. Crawford was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the 11th Georgia Volunteer Infantry. Wilson had moved from the the western mountains of North Carolina to north Georgia in the late 1840s, not long after the U.S. government had cleared the remaining members of the Cherokee Nation from is homelands, making way for white settlers.
A man arrested at a Grovetown motel on charges of human trafficking is suspected of having facilitated prostitution meetups for several groups of females, some as young as 13, in the Augusta area on more than one occasion.
Leaders and members of several Columbia County churches gathered to hear about the launch of a new safety app, geared toward preparedness in the event of a variety of emergencies, for houses of worship.
The Savannah River Dart Association is holding a sign-up day, Oct. 24.
All skill levels are welcome. There will be a 10-week season, including playoffs. Matches will be held Monday nights at The Highlander in North Augusta.
Facing a top-10 opponent Tuesday night, Lakeside made too many errors to keep its postseason run alive.
The Lady Panthers rallied in the third set to extend the match, but ultimately they fell short to No.
I recently had the pleasure of enjoying a beautiful fall Friday night filled with the excitement of a game between two fierce rivals, Greenbrier and Lakeside. Lakeside was seeking their first victory, while Greenbrier was unbeaten.
Students from Evans High School joined forces on Wednesday to pack meals for local community members in need.
Students worked to help provide roughly 1,000 meals to hungry community members living in surrounding neighborhoods and communities.