Columbia County Police Blotter, March 24, 2013
The Harlem Department of Public Safety used a state grant to purchase new radios.
The Greenbrier Wolfpack baseball team beat Evans 7-0 Friday, March 22 in a Region 2A-AAAAA contest.
North Augusta SpringFest has been canceled for Saturday due to expected bad weather.
Six hoboes arrested while riding a train in Grovetown will be able to pick up their dogs at the Columbia County animal shelter after their court date next month.
Columbia County authorities are trying to determine how members of the Greenbrier High School soccer team obtained alcohol during a recent team trip.
The North Augusta Greeneway trail between the Riverview Park Activities Center and Cypress Drive has been reopened.
The section was closed last month for repairs.
An Evans business might be forced to close after being denied an appeal of the county's refusal to renew its business license.
A judge denied a new trial request from a man convicted in a fatal 2008 home invasion in Grovetown.
The Greenbrier Wolfpack kicked 18 of 25 players off its boys varsity soccer team this week for drinking and smoking synthetic marijuana on a school-sponsored team trip.
A Martinez man who used a fake pipe bomb to rob a Martinez bank last summer was sentenced to prison Thursday.
Former Harlem High School JROTC teacher Mitchell Sivas was sentenced to four years' probation Thursday after admitting having sex with a student.
For those pointing fingers in the case of Greenbrier High School soccer players caught drinking on a team trip, point most of them at the players who knowingly participated in the violations.
The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council held its ninth annual North Augusta Idol Talent Show on Tuesday.
The show, held at North Augusta High School, included 25 acts from North Augusta's elementary, middle and high schools.
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