Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday a bill that removes the statute of limitations on those commiting sex crimes against children.
State Sen. Bill Jackson, R-Appling, announced Thursday that he intends to seek re-election.
High School events happening in Columbia County Friday.
Columbia County Convention and Visitior's Bureau has nominated Appling in the World Fishing Network's Ultimate Fishing Town competition.
Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle said Thursday that the state is poised for a boom in manufacturing.
Wholesale Patio Store has brand name outdoor kitchen appliances and outdoor grills at low prices, affordable for contractors as well as homeowners.
Greenbrier's girls soccer team beat Northside, Warner Robin 3-0 Wednesday night to advance to the second round of the state tournament.
Three people escaped injury in a fire early Wednesday that extensively damaged their rental home.
Columbia County Board of Elections Executive Director Deborah Marshall remains hospitalized since surgery April 9 for glioblastoma, a brain tumor.
Gordon Park Speedway race results, Saturday, April 28, 2012.
While other sports are just getting into playoffs, Friday's lacrosse game between rivals Greenbrier and Lakeside will determine which team gets a playoff spot.
Local track athletes competed Saturday for a chance at the state playoffs.
Greenbrier tennis player Blaire LaSure held a letter of intent signing ceremony Friday at the school.
Augusta Christian's Jabari Odom and Eric Fogle sign their letters of intent to play football at Mercer and Stetson universities, respectively.
Grovetown's Kiauna Chang signed her letter of intent to play for Chattanooga State Thursday.
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