A somber mood filled the hallways and classrooms of Harlem High last week as students and faculty mourned the loss of Johnny Hartman.
Losing Jonathon Hartman was a tremendous lost to Harlem's close-knit community.
The 2012 boys and girls 2-AAAA soccer All-Region teams were recently released.
What else would I be leading with except for the obvious. Happy Mother’s Day!
A non-partisan group recently formed in Columbia County to better inform residents of government and political issues.
A pair of unexpected guilty pleas on Friday ended the death penalty case against a Columbia County mother and son.
When the left takes a strident position on any given issue, that's a clear signal that the policy they dislike is gaining momentum.
While some celebrate Mother's Day without a mom, how much harder must it be for mothers this holiday without their sons?
Columbia County school officials approved next year's code of conduct, but will consider making changes in how drug cases are handled.
The new Harlem Public Safety headquarters will be open for tours on Saturday and Sunday.
The CSRA Southern Gospel Music Association will hold a sing Friday and Saturday.
The Columbia County school board seeks cuts to make budget while commissioners consider a tax cut.
The Greenbrier girls were defeated 7-1 by Marist in the GHSA Class AAAA soccer quarterfinals Saturday night.
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