Now grown, a grandson's birthday recalls memories of a younger time and a trip to the mall.
When word first came out about the emergency brain surgery for Columbia County Elections Director Debbie Marshall, the outlook was grim.
Greenbrier's baseball team advanced to the second round of the 2-AAAA tournament with an 8-0, 8-6 sweep of Brunswick.
The Greenbrier girls tennis team defeated Lakeside 4-1 Friday, winning its fourth-consecutive Region 2-AAAA title.
The owner of a pit bull was issued two citations after the canine bit a mother and son in Appling.
Two convenience store clerks were cited for selling alcohol to an underage Columbia County sheriff's deputy on Thursday during regular compliance checks.
An Evans resident said a man claiming to be a police officer came to his home early Thursday morning.
Residents of the Mitchell Park neighborhood in Riverwood Plantation gathered Thursday to hold a prayer vigil for an infant who choked to death Sunday.
The Columbia County Planning Commission approved a rezoning that would bring a full- service car dealership to Gibbs and Washington roads.
Boz, an 8-year-old Columbia County Sheriff's Office canine officer, died unexpectedly last week from bloat.
Al Robinson, the director of the Grovetown Department of Public Safety, applied for early retirement Tuesday amid an external investigation into his office's activities.
A 62-year-old man died after being found unconscious in median on Jimmie Dyess Parkway early Tuesday, April 17, 2012.
Eight years ago I started another chapter in my life. Angela Blair asked Jason Smith to give me an interview for The McDuffie Mirror office manager position.
That was a very good day for me.
MR. DAVIS SQUAB BENNING SR. THOMSON - Funeral service for Mr. Davis Squab Benning Sr., 90, of Thomson, was held on Thursday, April 12, 2012, at 11 a.m. at First Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Appling, with Pastor, the Rev. Roscoe F. Perry, eulogist.
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