AUGUSTA — Fox Creek's best and brightest shined Saturday night.
The basketball programs at North Augusta High School are helping groom future Jackets.
The North Augusta Chamber of Commerce saluted local veterans at its A.M. Connection last week.
The Savannah River Site’s Citizens Advisory Board, or CAB, passed several recommendations Tuesday, including one that requests more information on safety incidents that occurred on Site...
Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for the holidays? Be sure to include the Arts and Heritage Center on your list for places to shop. It is hosting its annual Artisans’ Market on Friday, Dec.
Victory Christian School is the reigning South Carolina Association of Christian Schools 1A division champion.
The United Methodist Women will hold its December general meeting and lunch Monday, Dec. 1, in the Wesley Center of Grace United Methodist Church. Susan Burgess will present a Christmas musical...
Rose Chandler Johnson had a traditional name for her novel, and her publisher told her no one would notice it.
By SCOTT RODGERS
North Augusta’s boys basketball team has a brand new look.
Crystal Cummings, North Augusta High School’s head girls basketball coach, said this year’s squad will have a different look.
By ERIC RUSSELL
Second-graders in Meredith Leopard’s art class are doing their part to help raise awareness for an important issue.
Brayden Rutland is a self described handyman.
On Nov. 14, Fox Creek High School received word it had earned an Excellent rating on the school report card for the fifth straight year. The rating of Excellent by the South Carolina...
The Aiken County Public School District has been accredited for another five years, receiving an above-average rating from the eight-member team that performed the external review during an...
Many brick homes have an access door to the crawl space underneath the floor level that is made out of metal. Over the years, these metal door units either rust out or, for other reasons, no longer...
Editor's Note: Hayden Sykes passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 5. This editorial is shown as it was printed.