Columbia County's school system should "rethink" its penalties for gang activity.
Though threatened, our community escaped unscathed from this past weekend's devastating storms.
It's understandable that some people would voice their opinions anonymously when those willing to speak out are publicly attacked.
Members of the Georgia Legislature often complain that their jobs are full-time, but maybe they'd be part time if they'd stop creating so much busywork.
Abilene Baptist Church Pastor Bill Harrell will retire on July 29 after 31 years. He plans to stay in the ministry.
The annual Empty Bowl benefit shares artists' creations while raising money for Golden Harvest Food Bank.
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The Friends of the Grovetown Library are holding a books sale Saturday at Liberty Park Community Center.
These are the bookings for the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for Feb. 22-March 1. Suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
Woman gets angry over electric bill A Graniteville woman was arrested Feb. 29 for causing a disturbance at South Carolina Electric and Gas, 1839 Georgia Ave. North Augusta Public Safety was called to the business around 3:45 p.m.
• Haley Barinowski, a North Augusta resident, was selected as Westminster Schools of Augusta's STAR student.
The Augusta Prep girls soccer team wins 9-0 Tuesday night while the boys win 10-3.
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