Saturday's tree-lighting was a great success; too bad the Georgia game wasn't.
Prefiled bills signal the opening of the Georgia Legislature's "silly season."
Columbia County commissioners unanimously voted Tuesday to hire outside legal counsel to investigate any legal avenue officials might take to "interrupt" construction of the Magnolia Trace development in Martinez.
Goodwill Industries Inc. are setting up a donation truck at the Gateway shopping center starting Thursday.
Cartus Corp. to Raymond W. Hebbard, 1033 Hampstead Place, $225,000.
Michael Thomas McCalmon and Stephanie Leigh Pratt applied for a marriage license Oct. 20, 2011, and were married Oct. 21, 2011, in Evans.
Jamie Bradburn Pilling and John Thomas Pilling, Nov. 17, 2011.
Baseball clinic: Greenbrier High School will hold its Christmas Clinic for boys in grades 2-8 on Dec. 19-20 on the school's baseball fields and in the indoor hitting facility.
Tuesday: Harlem at Greenbrier, 6 p.m. (girls), 7:30 (boys)
Lakeside alum Jamal Hadley chose rugby over the possibility of playing college football. After a strong freshman season at American International College, he believes he made the right choice.
Greenbrier High School alum Sara Oland's late goal was the game-winner for the Georgia Southern soccer team in an upset of UNC Greensboro at the Southern Conference Tournament.
On Tuesday night, Augusta Christian's boys squad went on the road and stormed past Augusta Prep, using relentless pressure and an up-tempo attack to earn a 75-57 victory.
Former Evans High School player Jaleel Roberts is starting to live up to his potential on UNC-Asheville's basketball team.
As reported 51 years ago in the pages of The Columbia News, Thursday, Dec. 1, 1960:
Three people were robbed at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon during a home invasion in Evans.
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