Dogs take their turn at Riverview

Tuesday, October 6, 5:26 p.m.

After the cats had their turn last month, Riverview Park Activities Center was overrun by dogs over the weekend.

Catastrophic flooding misses CSRA

Wednesday, October 7, 9:57 a.m.

While counties to the east didn’t fare well in the wake of historic rainfall mixed with the passing of Hurricane Joaquin off the coast, Aiken County avoided much of the flooding.

Council sets date for Project Jackson public hearing

Tuesday, October 6, 5:26 p.m.

North Augusta City Council moved forward with forming a Municipal Improvement District in the future area of Project Jackson.

Buck limits debated at DNR meeting

Tuesday, October 6, 5:26 p.m.

Deer hunting in South Carolina may change in 2016.

Pumpkins arrive despite weather

Rain wasn’t going to stop the Great Pumpkin from arriving at Saint Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.

NEWS FROM THE FRONT PORCH: God not surprised by natural disasters

We are so blessed and thankful to God that we got only get a few inches of rain in North Augusta given the rare flooding event that took place in South Carolina. My hometown of Columbia was hit by...

Veritas to perform at First Baptist Church North Augusta

Veritas’ tour is set to make a stop in North Augusta.

Religion briefs for the week of Oct. 7

Anglican Church of the Holy Trinity, 160 Morovan Drive, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony in celebration of its new carillon system at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14. For more information, call...

North Augusta region slate begins with tough Lexington squad

North Augusta’s second season begins this week when the Lexington Wildcats come to town.

Jackets look for first region win

The North Augusta girls tennis team suffered two region losses last week.

Lady Yellow Jacket golfers tie for third

The North Augusta High School girls gold team faced South Aiken, Aiken and Midland Valley in a match on Thursday, Oct. 1. South Aiken won the match with a 171, with North Augusta tying for...

Predators look to rebound against Hornets

The Fox Creek football team is looking for a bounce back performance.

North Augusta students compete in Cardboard Regatta

Kathy Gambill knew she had a special group in this year’s Cardboard Regatta.

First Tee of Aiken provides science, math lessons for students

Learning about the pH levels of water may sound like a drag, but Mossy Creek Elementary student Jovie Brown has a different perspective after her teacher combined science with fresh air on...

Aiken County School Board recognizes students for WorkKeys achievement

AIKEN — Seniors from four Aiken County public high schools received certificates for earning platinum National Career Readiness Certificates from members of the School Board at their...

Superintendent listens and learns from community

Aiken County’s new superintendent said he has until Oct. 1, then the “new” part will no longer be associated with him.

Watermedia exhibit coming to Arts Center

The Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta is the host site for the kick off the South Carolina Watermedia Society annual exhibition.

Editorial: Working to rebound after costly flooding

Our state has experienced a rainfall that’s worse than anyone seems to remember. As South Carolina continues to recover from the catastrophic damage, the network of support has been evident...

LETTER: Is there an elephant in the room?

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) should be uppermost on the minds of the current City officials in North Augusta. Have the City leaders forgotten what the State Supreme Court decided and...


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