Police Blotter, July 30, 2014
Columbia County officials say that a slowdown in new home construction appears to be temporary lull and anticipate building to pick up the in second half of 2014.
Two men who escaped from the Grovetown Department of Public Safety Detention Center Friday were back behind bars Saturday morning.
On Wednesday, May 14 at 7:49 p.m., Augusta Christian's Zach Giella tweeted, "I committed to play football at Clemson University!" and things have been on the fast track since.
First day of conditioning...
• CSRA Force fastpitch travel ball has tryouts on Saturday. For 16U, call coach David Fernendes at (706) 832-2220; for 12U, call coach Wayne Wilson at (706) 564-5357; and for 10U, call coach Dusty Kay (706) 401-5465.
Nicole Abbott will be just the second volleyball coach at Greenbrier High School when the 2014 season opens.
For Connor Kubala, getting an offer to play football in college was a snap.
Kubala, the Lakeside High School long snapper, verbally committed to Division I Coastal Carolina University (Conway, S.C.
The Harlem High School cross country program returns after a few years absence in 2014.
Back in the late '80s Evans High School was experiencing a "sports awakening.
Although it's set nearly a century ago, Thoroughly Modern Millie has timeless qualities.
A former Grovetown Department of Public Safety officer turned himself into to authorities Wednesday after being indicted for sexually assaulting a female inmate in 2013.
Police said a Columbus, Ga., man who hit an Evans home with his vehicle this morning was driving under the influence.
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