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North Augusta is now home to a Park & Ride facility at Exit 5.
Rian True, the president of Carolina Covertech, said that the company has one mission: to make life better.
After unarmed teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed earlier this month by Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson, tension in that community has bubbled over into protests and...
Four local Girl Scouts have completed their Girl Scout Silver Award by giving back to the community.
The mission of the United Methodist Women is to support women and children locally, nationally and internationally.
Miss Kelsey Gracia Dyer of Pooler, Georgia, and Lance Corporal Matthew Stone Cantrell of Savannah, Georgia, were united in marriage at 6:30 p.m. on August 2, 2014, by the Honorable Judge James Bass.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McKinney of North Augusta, South Carolina, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Claire Ann McKinney to Mr. Cameron Michael Rosenow, son of Mr. and Mrs.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Donovan Ward was ready to start the regular season.
North Augusta Middle School’s football team is coming off a great season.
North Augusta Yellow Jacket Blake Busby was the first to acknowledge that the kicker on a football team doesn’t always find the spotlight. Ironically, that fact made his clutch performance...
This year the Paul Knox Middle School football team will have a new head coach roaming the sidelines.
When Aiken County Board of Education member Ray Fleming announced he wouldn’t seek re-election in November, something unexpected happened: No candidates in North Augusta District 5 emerged...
Katie Cooney moved more than 800 miles to pursue her passion of teaching.
Up in the sky, look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a ... Hammond Hill bee! Our new theme for this school year is all about the Superheroes of Hammond Hill Elementary.
• Dylan wants to learn how to be good in school.
This weekend was supposed to be a relaxing one.
The future is now brighter, but North Augusta isn’t in the clear when it comes to bringing Project Jackson to fruition.
On behalf of our Yellow Jacket football team, cheerleaders, band, coaches and volunteers, I would like to thank everyone that came to support the Jackets last Friday night. The large crowd provided...