What will this county look like 20 years from now?
That’s the question on the mind of a group of planners and consultants who are working to come up with a comprehensive development plan for Columbia County that will help guide officials in making decisions about growth over the next two decades....
We don't talk to other people about our teenagers or the shenanigans of our dairy products. Ninety percent of people don't care, and the other 10 percent are glad we have them. Thus, I will speak to you about someone else's son, Jr. Peter Fuller.
A few weeks ago, Ethan, my son, got a book all about the tradition of Tech, filled with the history of mascots and game practices and how things go on campus. The T Book is a manual and love letter all in one.
State officials met with a group of Columbia County residents Monday to calm concerns that construction of a three-mile extension of River Watch Parkway could cause soil and stream contamination and damage personal property, public health and the local environment.
Most have heard the saying "April showers bring May flowers." Rainfall in April helps replenish our plants as they enter into another growing season.
However, this precipitation also brings unwanted consequences to our landscapes - disease.
Several local garden clubs were recognized during the 87th annual convention of the Garden Club of Georgia, Inc., last week in Jekyll Island, Ga., and Betty Davis, immediate past president of the Augusta Council of Garden Clubs, couldn't be happier.