Friday night was a big one for the Grovetown High School girls basketball team and their coach, Jaime Echols.
The girls made up for an earlier loss to the Greenbrier Lady Wolfpack, winning 61-46 and giving Echols win No. 100 in the process.
Already having clinched the first winning record in basketball in school history, the Grovetown High Warriors have put themselves in line for another school first with their 67-64 win over Greenbrier Friday night.
The two are already working together on some residencies and would like to expand more, but the two could also help each other respond to shrinking reimbursements now and in the future, University CEO Jim Davis said.
As Columbia County celebrates its 225th anniversary this year, community leaders praise their early ancestors for laying the groundwork for the strong educational system and vast network of roads and bridges that continues to attract people from many of the same places that sparked the area's initial growth in 1790.
Through an installment purchase agreement, the nonprofit organization work with the city and issue bonds up to $10 million to finance the building of the city's parking deck, explained Joe Lucas with Pope Zeigler.
COLUMBIA - Amid worries over identity theft, police work and the exposure of deceased people's past prescriptions and physical abnormalities, a Senate panel advanced a pair of bills Thursday aimed at closing some gaps in the Freedom of Information Act.
COLUMBIA - Meg Gombus is a 40-year-old student at Trident Technical College who hopes to find a job in radiologic technology.
She's three years into her studies at the Charleston, S.C.,-area school, works part-time as a server, has a 3.
A team from Paul Knox Middle School created a city called Korbinia where they used underground cultivation to grow corn and soybeans. The team won first place and will go on to the Future City Competition National Finals in Washington, D.C., to be held Feb. 15-18.