A recent email claiming some practices within school sports are racist seems unfounded.
The Lakeside Panthers competed in a 7-on-7 scrimmage Tuesday night in preparation for the Palmetto State Showdown Friday and Saturday.
The legacy of Martinez-Evans Little League founder George Hobbs lives on through his granddaughters.
Helping the Unversity of Alabama to win a national title in softball added more accolades to a great year for the Hunt family and Greenbrier High School.
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The Columbia County Choral Society director bids farewell with a celebration of American music.
College roommates David Brock and Patrick Cumby left Evans Thursday to travel across the country and repeat their trip from 25 years ago.
The Grovetown City Council is not taking action on misconduct allegations against the former Public Safety Director Al Robinson, who resigned April 17.
Columbia County officials and Family Y executives broke ground Wednesday on a new exhibition hall and fitness center in Grovetown.
The city of Harlem is collecting old flags for proper disposal by the Woodmen of the World. Flags may be dropped off through Thursday, Flag Day, at City Hall, 320 N. Louisville St.
Though it's taken a complicated path from planning to groundbreaking, the Columbia County exhibition center will benefit the community.
Pat Bourke, founder of Julie's House and Making Ends Meet Thrift Store, has a lot to talk about when it comes to helping women and children in need.
When you're on the wrong side of Planned Parenthood, you're on the right side of history.
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