The state of Georgia is failing to meet its constitutional obligation to support public education, and instead is defunding education to the state's detriment.
Coworkers of hospitalized Columbia County Board of Elections Director Debbie Marshall hope to raise funds to support her family with a cookout today, 10:30a.m. to 2:30 p.m., behind the library in Evans.
Four teens arrested last month for squirting glue in the locks of Greenbrier High School might have to pay restitution to attend college in the fall.
A Grovetown teen was arrested Thursday for shoplifting spray paint and marbles from Walmart.
The temporary closing of Ronald Reagan Drive was suspended for the weekend, but restarted Monday.
Harlem grad Josh Wirsu helped continue Gordon College's run through the Junior College World Series as he pitched the Highlanders to a win against San Jacinto College Wednesday night.
The Gordon Park Speedway has been closed since May 16 by order of the State Fire Marshal. They hope to reopen soon.
No one was injured in a fire that started in the wall of an Evans home Thursday.
Champion speller Rachael Cundey made it to the semifinals of the National Spelling Bee before misspelling "cheyney."
Columbia County authorities cited eight teens for underage drinking Tuesday at a house party in Evans.
Three Evans residents were arrested in connection with a May 19 armed robbery in the West Lake subdivision.
Now that state-imposed three-year moratorium on property tax reassessments has ended, local assessors are expecting some taxpayers to get sticker shock in their tax bills.
Dennis Joe Boyd, 65, of Harlem, was reported missing on May 8. Last week, searchers looked for Boyd in a North Carolina national forest after his car was found abandoned.
A Columbia County resident called authorities Wednesday morning to report a "sign shaker" holding a "Bite Me" sign on Fury's Ferry at Park Lane.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who stole paint and marbles from Walmart.
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