Columbia County Police Blotter, March 3, 2013
More than 60 percent of Georgia children are cared for outside the home for at least six hours a day, making the choice of quality child care important to parents.
Angela Melissa Staffey, 42, of Harlem, was charged Friday with child molestation.
Augusta water works employee and local Republican Party official BB Langham pled not guilty to a sexual assault charge Friday.
A Grovetown woman is in critical condition after she was airlifted to a hospital from a two-car wreck on Washington Road.
The education system needs to be reformed, South Carolina's Superintendent of Education told local business leaders Friday morning.
Speaking at the Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce's First Friday Means Business breakfast at Newberry Hall, Dr.
Former Lakeside High School Jeff Carney, currently serving as superintendent of schools in Lincoln County, will return to Columbia County next year as an associate superintendent.
Lakeside's boys and girls tennis teams defeated Greenbrier Thursday afternoon. The girls won 5-0 while the boys won 4-1.
The Greenbrier Wolfpack began its baseball season with a 12-1 win over Westside Thursday night.
The sole finalist for the vacant Columbia County Development Authority director's position is coming from a post with Augusta's development agency.
Thomas Jay Adams, 32, of Grovetown, was charged with two count of cruelty two children after 12- and 15-year-old boys said he hit them.
A segment of the North Augusta Greeneway is closed for repairs.
The trail from the North Augusta Activities Center to Cypress Drive will be closed until further notice, according to a news release.
Former Richmond County Sheriff's Office investigator Timothy Allen Tobias, 45, was arersted late Wednesday accused of stalking his ex-wife.
The Greenbrier soccer teams opened its region seasons with wins Wednesday night as the girls beat Evans 3-2 while the boys won 1-0.
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