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Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

FORMER GRU EMPLOYEE FILES AGE DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT

  FORMER GRU EMPLOYEE FILES AGE DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT A man who lost his  job at Georgia Regents University last year has filed an age discrimination lawsuit against the school. Officials say 66 year old Anthony Duva was terminated last December under the school’s workforce reduction plan, but he says that’s not the case. In his […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

EMA BLOOD DRIVE UNDERWAY TODAY

EMA BLOOD DRIVE UNDERWAY TODAY Columbia County Emergency Management Agency is sponsoring a blood drive today for Shepeard Community Blood Center. You can donate in the auditorium in building A at the Evans Government Center until 7:00 p.m. or at the bloodmobile at the Roads and Bridges Office in Appling until 4:00 p.m. Officials say […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

OFFICIALS MONITORING LANGLEY DAM

OFFICIALS MONITORING LANGLEY DAM Local officials say a leak was discovered Monday at Langley Dam, prompting the immediate release of water to do a controlled withdrawal. Aiken County Sheriff Michael Hunt said they are drawing the water down to keep the leak from getting any worse.  He said he doesn’t expect any problems, but wants […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

COLUMBIA COUNTY TO SEE MAJOR SCHOOL REZONING

COLUMBIA COUNTY TO SEE MAJOR SCHOOL REZONING A major school rezoning proposal will affect most students in Columbia County. The school board unveiled the preliminary rezoning plans Tuesday that could eventually affect students at 16 different schools in the county. Population growth throughout the county, especially the Greenbrier and Grovetown areas, will have hundreds of […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

FOUR INJURED IN EARLY MORNING WRECK

FOUR INJURED IN EARLY MORNING WRECK Four people were injured, two seriously, when a car hit a mailbox and overturned on Walton Way early today. Richmond County authorities say the accident happened in the 3000 block around 6:45 a.m. Authorities say the driver was headed to Richmond Academy to drop off a student when the […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

AUTOPSY RESULTS DELAYED IN MURDERS

AUTOPSY RESULTS DELAYED IN MURDERS It looks like it could be Friday before Richmond County authorities receive autopsy results on the bodies of two people who were killed in a shootout in Hephzibah Monday night. Investigators say 17 year old Jerald Carter and 21 year old Ian Roberts were shot at the corner of Matthew […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

FEDERAL JUDGE STRIKES DOWN SC GAY MARRIAGE BAN

FEDERAL JUDGE STRIKES DOWN SC GAY MARRIAGE BAN A federal judge has struck down South Carolina’s ban on same-sex marriage. U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel has ruled against the state’s constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.  Marriage licenses can’t be immediately handed out though.  Gergel gave state Attorney General Alan Wilson a delay until November 20 […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

LOCAL BUSINESSES HONOR VETERANS TODAY

LOCAL BUSINESSES HONOR VETERANS TODAY Today is Veterans Day…and many area businesses are saying “thank you” to veterans for their service to our country  with some discounts and freebies today. Some of the businesses participating today include Applebees, Carraba’s, Chick-fil-A, Denny’s, Fatz, Hooters, I-Hop, Krispy Kreme, Long Horn Steakhouse, Outback Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Red Robin, […]

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