Aaron and Briann Brown were overwhelmed with emotion Friday as they awaited the start of Habitat for Humanity of North Augusta's 15th house dedication - their house dedication.
Last week's winter weather brought back wonderful memories of New England snowstorms.
We are not Atlanta and never will be, but that doesn't mean we can't learn a few lessons about how to plan and develop our community, and how not to.
I know I have written several columns about computers and other modern-day horrors, but please be patient with me as I spew out more words on not understanding a thing about them.
Today's column is dedicated to every friend who ever said she wants to be like my mother when she "grows up.
Columbia County officials said they were ready for the worst when snow and ice arrived late Tuesday.
Police Blotter, Feb. 2, 2014
A local group intends to petition the Columbia County Board of Education to establish the county's first charter school.
Columbia County families made the most of a snowy day out of school Wednesday.
Commissioners recently agreed to reconsider an increased permit fee and a water rate increase.
Bob and Beth Russell were surprised as 12 of their 13 grandchildren showed up during the Christmas season.
Harlem officials approved an new plan to help manage growth and revitalize certain areas of the city.
The St. Olaf Choir and conductor Anton Armstrong will present a concert at St. John United Methodist Church, 736 Greene St., Augusta, at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 11.
Viva Columbia County.
It's time for the fifth annual Columbia County Charity Gala to bring a little Vegas to town.
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