Flight 1549 lands close to home for former resident

Tuesday, September 27, 8:28 p.m.

One of this year’s most popular Hollywood productions hits especially close to home for North Augusta native Clay Presley, a Charlotte-based businessman also known as a passenger on...

Police charge North Augusta man with taking photos of women, again

Thursday, September 29, 11:46 a.m.

The North Augusta Department of Public Safety arrested a man last week on a molestation charge for the second time this month.

South Carolina lawmakers assist in DSS case tied to Murphy Village

Tuesday, September 27, 8:25 p.m.

State lawmakers have fielded calls from several residents concerning the S.C. Department of Social Services initiating proceedings relative to the custody of children in Murphy Village,...

North Augusta’s proposed Project Jackson clears ‘major obstacles’

Tuesday, September 27, 8:25 p.m.

North Augusta has cleared some “major obstacles” in its effort to finalize the Project Jackson mixed-use development, though there’s do definite answer about what those...

Longtime pastor finds calling in Texas

For the past 13 ½ years a familiar face has manned the pulpit at Fairview Presbyterian Church: the Rev. Dr. Bob Fuller.

Support group taking shape

Plans are coming together for a support group for people with Williams Syndrome, under the guidance of Warrenville resident Megan Gates, who has the condition.

Grace United Methodist Church set to offer grief support group

This fall and winter, Grace United Methodist Church will join with more than 12,000 churches worldwide in offering grief support groups to those in the community who have lost loved ones...

SREL animals visit First Baptist Church of North Augusta’s summer camp

First Baptist Church of North Augusta’s weekday summer camp played host to a visit July 12 from naturalist Sean Poppy, with the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, along with several...

North Augusta building momentum; Fox Creek set to open region play

Lower Richland (0-5) at North Augusta (3-2)

North Augusta heading into final stretch

North Augusta is heading into the homestretch of its schedule and faces a tough pair of opponents this week.

Predators look to get back on track

Fox Creek came into this week in the midst of a three-game losing streak, having lost to Gray Collegiate Academy, Keenan and Strom Thurmond over the past week.

Jackets prevail in four-OT thriller


NAMS celebrates National Pirate Day

On National Pirate Day, North Augusta Middle School eighth-grade teachers provided activities centered around the theme of pirates, while still teaching the Aiken County School...

Guest Columnists: Who’s going to fill their shoes?

Aiken County has been very successful recruiting business and industry to our region and encouraging expansions by companies that have already made the decision that Aiken’s...

Editorial: North Augusta deserves a rainy day capital projects fund

Preparing an annual budget is an arduous undertaking for any local government. It’s a complex process requiring a careful examination of the previous year’s finances while trying to...

Letter: We must all learn from history

The election will determine whether elites in the Washington, D.C. political establishment will continue to centrally control the economy and morality of those who want to free the producers and...

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