Motorists may see more traffic cones around roads in Aiken County and North Augusta as the S.C. Department of Transportation has contracts to repair or resurface approximately 220 miles of...
According to reports from North Augusta Department of Public Safety:
These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravat Detention Center for Aug. 29, 2016. Some of the people listed may not have actually spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released.
A ceremonial signing by Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina’s gun reciprocity bill took place in one of the counties the bill arguably affects the most.
For the past 13 ½ years a familiar face has manned the pulpit at Fairview Presbyterian Church: the Rev. Dr. Bob Fuller.
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...
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...
EDGEFIELD — Some historians think Great Britain lost the American Revolutionary War because of incompetence, but Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy disagrees.
Fox Creek was all tied up with Cross Creek at the end of the third quarter of last Friday’s road game, when the Predators’ running back Tamia Lovett took matters into his own...
Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Course has undergone significant change over the past month. The course was recently purchased by the community’s homeowners association and is...
Fox Creek (2-0) at Silver Bluff (1-1)
After a summer full of anticipation, the Fox Creek volleyball team will get to open the school’s new basketball gym with its match against Strom Thurmond on Thursday.
After months of construction, Fox Creek High School’s new state-of-the-art basketball gym was cleared for occupancy Monday.
While most schools in the area got back in session on Aug. 15, Fox Creek High School kicked the new school year off two days later on Wednesday, Aug. 17.
Emily Coleman couldn’t wait to start her new adventure.
When Belvedere Elementary begins classes next week, Salvatore ‘Sal’ Minolfo will begin his first year as principal of the school.
Most of us have, at one time or another, set forth on a plan to get fit – or at least more fit.
North Augusta City Council members got a mixed bag of news during a recent study session concerning the City’s recycling efforts – literally.