NEW YORK — It’s a classic love tail: Broken man meets broken dog and together they make life good again.
DES MOINES, Iowa — The Powerball jackpot is creeping higher again.
ATLANTA — Georgia’s Republican governor rejected the two top priorities of a legislature controlled by his own party this year, defying election year politics in a deep red state.
The mission of the Arts and Heritage Center is to provide an educational venue to showcase and promote the arts and regional history. In support of this mission, the center will present, in...
JACKSON — Elma Eunice McClain Steed, born before the United States’ entry into World War I, is now one of North Augusta High School’s centenarian alumni, having reached...
Palmer Avery Woodruff was born March 9, 2016, at University Hospital in Augusta, Georgia.
The courtyard at First Baptist Church of North Augusta drew some extra pedestrian traffic last Tuesday, with FUDGE – Friends, Uncles, Dads and Granddads Event – Day underway.
“In August 2013, My son and I were driving through northern Arizona. We had left the Grand Canyon that morning and were on our way to Monument Valley. About 10 miles west of Kayenta,...
The Fox Creek softball team finds itself in the driver’s seat for the Class A District 4 championship after a strong showing in its first two playoff games.
RICHBURG - The Fox Creek baseball team came into Wednesday’s Class A District 1 finale with a goal to pick up two wins. The Predators fell just short of that goal, winning one and...
By Scott Rodgers
Fox Creek’s baseball team is moving on.
North Augusta High School English teachers celebrated their colleague Dr. Elisabeth Hardy for being named the 2016 Aiken County Teacher of the Year.
Last Tuesday afternoon was a day of celebration for North Augusta High School.
Broadway’s loss was education’s gain.
The State Board of Education has made it easier for B+ students from South Carolina to compete with A students from other states for college admission and scholarships.
After many months of barking and sniffing for the perfect area, the Leadership North Augusta class of 2016 has made a significant movement on the approval of a fenced-in, off-leash dog park...
Congratulations are in order.
Last week, as I crossed the 13th Street Bridge into Augusta, my heart just sank and the tears flowed. The shock of seeing the stripped and devastated site below the bridge was more than I could stand.