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Appling is an unincorporated community in and the county seat of Columbia County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area.

Appling was formerly a city but, with the 1993 passage of legislation requiring cities to provide at least three municipal services, Appling was not able to remain incorporated. It was one of 187 inactive cities in Georgia that lost its charter on 1 June 1995. There was question as to whether it had ever been incorporated at all since it had no functioning corporate authorities.

Columbia County govergaent and judicial offices are in Evans, Georgia with the Columbia County Govergaent Center, the Govergaent Complex Addition, and the Columbia County Courthouse Annex all located there. Appling retains its status as county seat but all govergaental functions are carried out in Evans.

In 1816, the town known as Columbia Courthouse was chartered as the Town of Appling, named for the family of William Appling that had donated the land to the county and for Colonel John Appling, a local resident that had died in a campaign against the Seminoles.

In the early 19th century, Appling was the political, educational, social, and religious center of Columbia County. Near Appling were located Mt. Carmel Academy and Columbia Institute. Mt. Carmel Academy was run by the famous Southern educator, Moses Waddel and it was here that John C. Calhoun and William H. Crawford were educated. Columbia Institute was started by a man pretending his last name was Bush who was actually Bushnell of revolutionary war submariner fame.

In the 1830s, when the Georgia Railroad was established, it was decided that to have the trains passing near Appling would disturb the proceeding of the court, so the railway that passed through the county from Atlanta to Augusta went well below Appling.

In 1855, the Courthouse in Appling received a major overhaul, and after the remodeling was complete in 1856, the building was in more or less its present form, a vernacular structure with Greek Revival and Italianate influences. Despite the extensive project, the shell of the 1809-1812 building was retained and the structure has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1980.

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Appling includes the friendly communities of Anderson Ridge, Ansley Place West, Arlington, Bartles Farm, Cedarsprings, Cottonwood Estates, Creeks Edge, Dunwoody Estates, Graystone, Greater Winfield Hills, Heggies Ridge, Keg Creek, Keg Pointe, Lamkin Woods, Leah Estates, Lynnhill, Manderson Estates, Marshall Heights, Marshall Tract, Mistletoe Road, Mistletoe Woods, Moon Mist Park, Oakwood Pointe, Retreat, Ridge Road, South Winfield Hills, The Farms at Greenbrier, The Farms at Grennbrier, The Timbers, Trade Wind, Trade Winds Marina, Twin City Boat Club, Tubman Estates, Waters Edge, Winfield Hills, Wood Creek. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Susan MacEwen. Susan Drives You Home!

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  • A Stroll Down Memory Lane: Feb. 4, 2015 - jacksonprogress-argus January 30, 2015
    A Stroll Down Memory Lane: Feb. 4, 2015jacksonprogress-argus#Central Georgia Electric Membership Corp. is working around the clock to restore power in areas where ice-laden trees brought down power lines in the wake of Saturday's ice storm. Trees that fell or bent onto power lines are the main causes of the ...
  • Search is on for man accused of stealing Christmas gifts - WRDW-TV January 30, 2015
    WRDW-TVSearch is on for man accused of stealing Christmas giftsWRDW-TVAppling, Ga. (WRDW) -- Columbia County Sheriff's Office needs your help locating a burglary suspect, accused of stealing Christmas gifts from a home in Appling two days before Christmas. Officials say it happened at 7300 Bill Dorn Road on December 23rd.and more »
  • BASKETBALL / PCHS gets sweep, split and is swept - Blackshear Times January 30, 2015
    BASKETBALL / PCHS gets sweep, split and is sweptBlackshear TimesThe Lady Bears (10-7 overall, 6-2 Region 1-AAA West) ended a three-game slide Tuesday night against Appling County with a 44-26 home win. The victory gave PCHS a sweep of the season series after winning the December 9th meeting 44-41.
  • Columbia County 225th birthday an extension of recent growth - Columbia County News Times January 28, 2015
    Columbia County 225th birthday an extension of recent growthColumbia County News TimesA seven-year contract to build and maintain a bridge across Big Kiokee Creek in Appling went for $1,250. The county purchased 15,000 square feet of private property for $15 to extend Petersburg Road and avoid a ... In 2013, the county announced it used […]
  • Georgia DOT to host groundbreaking for new U.S. 1 bridge over Altamaha River - Florida Times-Union January 28, 2015
    Georgia DOT to host groundbreaking for new U.S. 1 bridge over Altamaha RiverFlorida Times-UnionAs Georgia's bridges age and aren't replaced, the state has to decrease the weight limits meaning truckers and others with heavy loads have to take long detours especially in rural areas, such as Appling County, where there aren't many bridges, he said.

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