Check swing: Project Jackson going through its paces

Tuesday, February 2, 7:18 p.m.

While the City of North Augusta has taken no action since last fall on Project Jackson – a planned $200 million development including a baseball stadium, hotel, retail and...

Attorney General Wilson prepping to take action against DOE

Tuesday, February 2, 7:16 p.m.

The state of South Carolina will take legal action against the Department of Energy for not paying fines associated with the Savannah River Site’s MOX facility, the attorney...

Scandals & Gossip coming to Redcliffe

Tuesday, February 2, 7:18 p.m.

BEECH ISLAND — On Feb. 13, the Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site will delve into love affairs, political scandals and broken hearts of the Hammonds of Redcliffe during...

Council denies rezoning in historic area

Tuesday, February 2, 7:18 p.m.

City Council was decisive in voting down a proposed rezoning near the site of the former Hampton Terrace hotel.

Medac welcomed by community

Medac’s employees got a crash course in local hospitality Jan. 27, courtesy of North Augusta Forward, North Augusta Chamber of Commerce and the Arts and Heritage Center, with several...

‘Minister of Encouragement’ comes to First Baptist Church

Dennis Swanberg, America’s minister of encouragement, will be at First Baptist Church of North Augusta from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6.


Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lee Ward of North Augusta announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Louise Ward of Columbia, to James Adam Duff of Columbia, a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Alton Duff, III...

BIRTH: Olivia Laine Cooper

Derek and Erin Cooper of North Augusta announce the birth of their daughter, Olivia Laine, born Dec. 24, 2015 at University Hospital in Augusta. She weighs 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20 inches long.

North Augusta looking to bounce back

There’s a sense of urgency around the North Augusta boys’ basketball program.

Four Yellow Jackets sign on at college football programs

Four North Augusta High School defensive standouts are moving on to the next level.

Yellow Jackets pull into tie for region lead with Wildcats

Last week’s game at Lexington was one the North Augusta girls’ basketball team was looking forward to.

Predators pick up key region win

The successes are starting to flow for the Fox Creek girls basketball team.

Building him up: Student learns from construction job shadow experience

Cole Harley was wavering on his decision to enter the construction field.

Fox Creek celebrates School Choice Week

COLUMBIA — Fox Creek High School was loud and proud during the South Carolina School Choice Week rally at the Township Auditorium.

Plans ramp up for new school construction in Aiken County

AIKEN — When an image of the rendering of the new North Augusta High School appeared on the large screen at the Aiken County Board of Education meeting on Jan. 26, students from the...

Wilson tours Mossy Creek for School of Choice Week

As he walked the halls of Mossy Creek Elementary School on Friday, U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., remarked about the exceptionally bright teachers and the colorfully decorated school.

FROM THE PARK BENCH: Spring sports around the corner

Despite the colder temperatures and the focus on basketball in our youth sports program, the spring sports seasons are right around the corner.

Project Jackson: The good, the bad, the ugly

Reaching the end of 2015 I thought it would be an interesting exercise to report on some of what has transpired during the past year and highlight some of the current activities for this...


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