Columbia County current events, April 3, 2013
Renovation is expected to begin soon to build a Walmart Neighborhood Market in a Martinez space formerly occupied by a Food Lion grocery store.
Masters Week is also spring break for Columbia County schools, and several camps offer opportunities for keeping children busy when school is out.
Columbia County Police Blotter, April 3, 2013
Two new Gold Cross ambulances in Columbia County sport lots of technology.
With the case of the Greenbrier High School soccer players caught drinking on a team trip, some important lessons shouldn't go unlearned.
We've listened to all sorts of people offer opinions on school security. Would it hurt to ask someone with expertise in the topic?
The end of the Georgia Legislative session brought with it an end to several bills.
The Greenbrier Wolfpack baseball team clinched first place in Region 2A-AAAAA with their 9-1 win over Evans Tuesday, April 2.
Columbia County commissioners Tuesday, April 2, 2013, approved a new excise tax on energy used by industries to offset sales tax revenues lost from a state exemption.
Columbia County commissioners met Tuesday, April 2, 2013 to review the coming fiscal year's $56.4 million budget, and said expenses are expected to go up by less than 1 percent with tax revenues rising by just 2 percent.
The federal bribery trial of Grovetown city Councilman Sonny MCDowell will continue Wednesday.
Columbia County authorities are looking for a couple they say used credit cards stolen from an Appling man last week.
A breakfast set for Saturday, April 6 in Evans will help raise money to send books to children in Columbia and Richmond counties.
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