Sunday, July 3, 2022

About Town - July 3, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia

(Click/tap on photos to see larger, sharper images.) 

Saturday's storm damaged trees around town. Several at Laurel Hill snapped off and fell onto the fence between the cemetery and the high school, breaking the fence.


Tree limbs were also damaged at the Watch & Clock Museum.

A tree near 6th & Chestnut was damaged.

The new downtown buntings were also ravaged by the storm.


These two kittens are from a litter of five that were caught last week during the borough's "trap, neuter and return" program.

They are currently being fostered.

Mantis about to assume a fighting stance

Columbia Borough spent $1.5 million on this old airfield and all we got was this lousy deer.
(That's a joke - kind of.)

Trolley stop

New realtor in town

Goin' fishin'

Now hiring

Fixed stare

The water intake project continues . . . 


Heron with damaged wing

A welcome addition to the downtown
(It's at the former Andy's Market location.)



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