Columbia County Police Blotter, May 5, 2013
An expansion to Planer Mill Village, an affordable senior community in Harlem, opened Tuesday.
Retired Chief Warrant Officer Scott Sunday plans to run a marathon in all 50 states in memory of fallen service members.
The Lakeside Panthers advanced to the second round of the GHSA Class AAAAA baseball tournament with 2-1 and 9-3 wins against Glynn Academy Friday night.
Columbia County officials won't release details of an Appling vehicle crash Friday, and the toddler whose body was removed from the wreckage.
U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, the third Georgia congressman to announce his intentions to run for U.S. Senate, visited the Steak 'n' Shake on Jimmie Dyess Parkway Friday, May 3, 2013.
Plenty of events are scheduled this weekend in Columbia County, but outdoor events could be subject to possible rain.
A toddler died Thursday from injuries in a single-car wreck in Appling.
Despite objections from neighbors in the Oak Brook subdivision, Columbia County's planning commission Thursday approved the rezoning of a dormant office park to allow construction of 25 townhomes.
A single-car wreck in Appling resulted in serious injuries and at least one person being airlifted to a hospital.
The Lakeside Panthers lost in the quarterfinals of the state's tennis tournament 3-2 to Union Grove while the Lady Panthers advanced to the state's semifinals with a 3-0 win over Glynn Academy.
Martinez-Evans Little League will hold its annual fundraising festival, Betsy Bingo, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 2013, at Kelly Park on Old Petersburg Road in Martinez.
A local developer hopes Columbia County planners agree that a townhome project could be a better use for a vacant office-park site on Furys Ferry Road.
A consignment sale to benefit Children's Hospital of Georgia, formerly the MCG Children's Medical Center, will be held May 3 and 4 at Crossbridge Baptist Church.
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