A Grovetown convenience store was denied an alcohol license for a second time by Columbia County commissioners this week.
Police Blotter, March 9, 2014
Columbia County Tax Commissioner Kay Allen and her husband, District 3 Commissioner Charles Allen, both agreed to resign Tuesday.
Columbia County officials broke ground Wednesday on the new Gander Mountain store, set to open next fall.
Officials announced in February that the Minnesota-based outdoor retailer had selected the Columbia County site on Mason McKnight Jr.
A judge refused to grant a new trial to a teen convicted of murdering his 14-year-old friend in 2011.
A judge is considering a request for a new trial by a 17-year-old convicted of fatally shooting a 14-year-old girl in 2011.
Newspaper readers can enter fun photos into a Georgia Press Association contest.
Officials will break ground on the future site of a Gander Mountain store this afternoon on Mason McKnight Jr. Parkway.
Katie trimm, 17, was recently named Grovetown High School's STAR Student.
Charles Li is headed to the national spelling bee in Washington, D.C., after winning Saturday's competition, in which the two finalists went head to head for 20 rounds.
Greenbrier High School senior Bryan Thompson signed his letter of intent to play soccer for Division II Lees-McRae College on Thursday.
The Augusta Prep Cavaliers are playing Westminster School of Augusta for the right to play for the GISA Class AAA state championship.
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