Columbia County Police Blotter, March 6, 2013
The Evans Towne Farmers Market will begin meeting on the grounds of the Columbia County Library in Evans Thursday, March 7, from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The market will meet on the library grounds every Thursday evening from March until June.
Stevens Creek Elementary School art teacher David Stuart lends his pottery expertise to students, staff and parents to help them make bowls for the annual Empty Bowl fundraiser.
Columbia County law enforcement agencies are reporting that crime statistics improved in 2012, and credit much of it to collaboration among agencies and citizens.
Grudges are behind the complaints leading to the shutdown of Columbia County's "most dedicated and successful" animal rescue group.
The closure of Columbia County's largest private animal rescue group means that fewer people will carry the burden of cleaning up for others who fail to spay or neuter their pets.
The March 9 Strength for Sawyer 5K will help the family of Sawyer Mobley, a 10-year-old Martinez boy recovering from a double-lung transplant.
A lawmaker is fighting an uphill battle for a bill that would prevent Georgia Power from earning a profit for shareholders because of Plant Vogtle cost overruns.
American Legion Post 192, Columbia County's only American Legion Post, will be holding a free-to-the-public open house and birthday celebration Saturday, March 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Columbia County current events calendar for March 6, 2013
Greenbriers girls and boys soccer teams defeat Lakeside by 3-1 margins Tuesday night.
Former Columbia County sheriff's deputy David Kitchens was arrested Tuesday for violating his oath of office.
More than eight months after Little River Marina closed and the Corps of Engineers granted a lease to a new operater, the facility still awaits renovations.
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