Marriage Licenses, April 19, 2014
Divorces, April 20, 2014
Grovetown officials approved the first reading Monday of a new zoning code that will drastically change how new development int he city looks.
The Columbia County Broadband Utility network proved itself reliable during February's ice storm.
When a pest problem reveals itself, the best way to handle it might not be by using pesticides. Sometimes, cultural practices or natural enemies of the pest can be an option.
When a pesticide needs to be used, it is essential to read the label.
As a young woman, Judy Sanderlin helped her now-deceased husband, Ed, build a thriving nursery business. Through it all, she raised three children.
Basketball players Mallory Myers, Morgan Taylor and Jasmine Stone were all named to the GACA AAAAA South All State girls team.
A man died Friday after crashing his motorcycle.
Children brought their favorite stuffed friends to the Teddy Bear Picnic, the Columbia County Library's annual spring break family event.
Police Blotter, April 16, 2014
Columbia County officials are scratching their heads over sales tax revenues, which appear to be lagging this year despite an improving economy.
ATLANTA - Whether it's the antique boat show at Lake Hartwell or the carnival surrounding the Masters Tournament, candidates have begun the visible phase of their primary campaigns.
I was looking through news on the internet and couldn't believe my eyes.
They actually had a picture of a nine-month old baby being fingerprinted in Pakistan.
Gov. Nathan Deal currently is reviewing the hundreds of bills passed during this year's General Assembly session. He presumably will have everything signed or vetoed by April 30.
Next week, the public will get a chance to hear from all the candidates running for three seats being contested in the May 20 election.
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