Anyone interested in participating in the Columbia County Relay for Life is invited to the kick-off dinner this evening.
Columbia County's Water Utility will recycle used cooking oil, hoping to keep it out of sewer systems.
The highlight of the Harlem Military Thanksgiving feast for U.S. Army Pvt. First Class Matthew Stamp was eating the chocolate cake he smeared with peanut butter pie.
The Columbia County Orchestra will sponsor the fourth Annual Handel's Messiah Sing-In at 6 p.m. today at West Acres Baptist Church, on Gibbs Road, Evans, in the worship center.
Bus driver Marcia Hardy and bus aid Shirley Dunn love their jobs and recently received awards for performing them well.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers should keep dam flood plan open to public review.
The investigation into the operation of a Martinez haunted house might involve far more than just whether teen workers should have been paid.
Frank Crawford was the 'belle of the ball,' and a Columbia County resident who helped establish Vanderbilt University.
Should health insurance pay for bariatric surgery? Columbia County's doesn't.
Chris Hall is listed as a guard/forward on the Lakesie High roster. That designation is selling him short.
On Wednesday afternoon, Greenbrier High School softball star Casey Rowland signed a letter of intent to play at Augusta State.
Grovetown High School's Malia Kency stepped into her team's leadership role with a 57-41 season-opening win against Lakeside.
When the time came recently for Lakeside High School standout golfer Jack Gibbs to sign a letter of intent to play at the University of Virginia, he said it was a little hard to concentrate.
The Columbia County Recreation Department held their end-of-the-year Youth Football Tournament Championship Games Nov. 12 at Greenbrier High for three separate age groups to wrap up another season of football.
A teacher from Columbia County has received one of 16 statewide "hero" awards.
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