Authorities won't charge a registered South Carolina sex offender accused of tricking a teenager into allowing him to lick her toes in the Grovetown Walmart on July 10.
Benefit Bank helps residents get public assistance.
North Augusta 2000 held its $1.5 million, five-year capital campaign kickoff for its 2012-16 strategic plan, The Vision Continues, on Thursday at the Palmetto Terrace in the municipal building.
Billy Arrington: Eat more chicken
Carey Murdock takes his songwriting and singing for a European tour and plans to record an album in Atlanta in September.
Jack Ellefson is in the Athlete Spotlight for his baseball skills.
Christopher Hudson "will be tough on crime and work with law enforcement, not against them."
Columbia County's Board of Elections will meet Wednesday to formally call for a November referendum on term limits for county commissioners.
The annual sales tax holiday weekend starts at 12:01 a.m. Friday and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday.
A judge is expected to rule on a request by Patrick Antwon Booker, 23, for a new trial after being convicted in connection to a 2008 fatal home invasion.
Phones in Columbia County schools should be working again soon.
Early voting Tuesday morning, coupled with nearly 5,000 voters casting early ballots in Columbia County's primary election, bolstered a prediction of up to 30 percent turnout.
The removal of a swarm of honeybees from St. Paul's Church is a reminder of the damage possible from a bee infestation.
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