The line between publishing a mug shot because it’s newsworthy and publishing it just to make money should be clear.
The upcoming election for three North Augusta City Council seats is a critical one.
A hodgepodge injection of policy reforms and new funding canít reconcile years of neglect for South Carolina schools.
The conundrum over Common Core education standards isnít likely to go away anytime soon.
A ruling by the South Carolina Supreme Court to dismiss a lawsuit related to Project Jackson would have been the most beneficial, but expediting the …
The plunge in oil prices has thankfully put more money in the pockets of South Carolinians, but the long-term impact on the countryís economy may not be as sunny.
North Augusta has been lucky to have John Potter.
The City of North Augusta took a big step forward at the City Council meeting on Monday night.
Editor's Note:†Hayden Sykes passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 5. This editorial is shown as it was printed.
Fast-tracking a decision on Project Jackson to the South Carolina Supreme Court is the right way forward.
The alligators at Brick Pond Park have had no problems since the June 17, 2014, story in The North Augusta Star in which the City of North Augusta …
The stunning number of women killed by men in South Carolina should have been addressed a long time ago by South Carolina lawmakers. But itís a positive sign to see the creation of a committee in the state legislature aimed at curbing the problem that should be seen as a disgrace.
ďIn the Hills of Carolina, stands my alma mater fair.Ē
The future is now brighter, but North Augusta isnít in the clear when it comes to bringing Project Jackson to fruition.
In the next month or so, a resolution should come in the Project Jackson lawsuit.
Editor's Note: This is the third in a series of three articles spotlighting The North Augusta Star's editorial board. Each member was asked a handful …
Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of three articles spotlighting The North Augusta Star's editorial board. Each member was asked a …
Editorís Note: This is the first in a series of three articles spotlighting The North Augusta Starís editorial board. Each member was asked a handful …
Over the next few weeks The North Augusta Star will begin introducing the community to the members of its editorial board.
Matt Hazel is proof that dreams come true.
The end of the 2013-2014 school year is rapidly approaching. Our students, teachers, and staff have worked diligently since August to be the best they can be. They are all looking forward to some well-deserved time off.
The facilities in the Aiken County school district are falling behind.
When Project Slumber was first announced it was met with some trepidation.
There are certainly too many frivolous bills that weave their way through the South Carolina legislature. But Emmaís Law Ė a recently approved proposal aimed at curbing the stateís soaring number of drunken driving deaths Ė isnít one of them. It was a needed fix that can save lives.
The City of Columbia is working to bring baseball to South Carolinaís capitol city, in a move that rivals Project Jackson for redevelopment of a city …
Holding office isnít just about attending meetings every few days. Itís about being a leader in your community and trying to make a difference.
North Augusta will always be a football town, but on Saturday it was baseball that was on everyone's mind.
Some consider it the best rivalry in baseball, and it could soon be coming to North Augusta if all the right pieces fall into place.
A painter and North Augusta resident, Edward Riceís journey from aspiring artist to award winner was sparked by the first ďreal artĒ he ever saw.