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.
NORTH AUGUSTA — City Council passed first reading of Ordinance 2015-14 modifying the general development plan for Hammond’s Ferry in a 5-1 vote on Monday, but did so alongside two significant amendments to the ordinance which impact future residential designs in the development.
The amendments ...
Maintaining a green lawn in the heat of summer can be a vexing problem. However, experts agree that a lush, green lawn is still viable when care is taken.
Cutting grass too short or overwatering it can present their own sets of problems.
Ben Harbin, who has represented Columbia County in the Georgia Legislature for 20 years, said Monday he would resign next month to take a position with Southern Strategy Group, a Columbia-based lobbying group.