The City of Harlem now has a new waste service provider to cut costs and provide the most service for its residents. Meridian Waste replaced Advanced Disposal as the city’s solid waste collection company on Jan. 1.
Source: Augusta Chronicle | Posted: Jan. 3, 2019
The city of Harlem has accepted a grant from the University of Georgia to digitize a trove of historic documents found almost two years ago in an old bank vault.
Source: Augusta Chronicle | Posted: Oct. 1, 2018
The city of Harlem’s Oliver Hardy Festival will be Oct. 6, and people have been asking city Downtown Development Director Kennedy Sammons if anything special is planned for the festival’s 30th anniversary.
Source: Augusta Chronicle | Posted: Sep. 6, 2018
Harlem City Manager Brett Cook organized an open house on Aug. 9 in the Public Library building to reveal plans for the Columbia Theatre renovations to the public.
Source: McDuffie Progress | Posted: Aug. 28, 2018
The old Columbia Theatre in Harlem is undergoing an extensive renovation, so by next summer the city hopes to reopen the building as a visitors center; a 50- to 75-seat theater for both classic and contemporary films; and a larger museum paying tribute to the legendary movie comedy team that is the city’s biggest tourist draw.
Source: Augusta Chronicle | Posted: Aug. 13, 2018
When state government officials visit Harlem, Harlem considers it a big deal. And the big deal Harlem finds itself grappling with now, and in coming years, is how to handle its growing transportation challenges.
Source: Augusta Chronicle | Posted: Aug. 3, 2018
Columbia County’s two cities approved their millage rates this week. Grovetown’s millage is going up for the first time since 2009, while Harlem’s millage is staying unchanged for the third year in a row.
Source: Augusta Chronicle | Posted: Jul. 26, 2018