North Augusta resident Steve Donohue has filed a second appeal in his ongoing fight against the City’s Project Jackson development.
The City of North Augusta is moving forward with plans to start a new parking garage.
A 37-year-old North Augusta man was stabbed in the rib cage during an argument with another man Thursday, according to the Aiken County Sheriff’s …
The Wal-Mart at Exit 5 is set to open on Oct. 22.
American Legion Auxiliary Jesse C. Lynch Memorial Unit 71 held a new member initiation ceremony on Monday, Oct. 6. Members receiving their American Legion Auxiliary pins plus Flag Etiquette and ALA handbook were Lisa Lane, McKala Lane, Kathy McGowan, Carolyn Price, Florence Creasy and Tiffney Creasy.
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The 27th annual North Augusta Christmas Tour of Homes sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will be held Dec. 5 and 6. The tour begins with a …
New renderings have been released and offer a glimpse of what Project Jackson could eventually look like.
Al Beyer, a fine arts professor at USC Aiken, has been all over the world. He shared some of his journeys with the North Augusta Artists Guild last …
The North Augusta Rotary Club will meet on Thursdays at Manuel’s Bread Cafe in Hammond’s Ferry at 7:15 a.m. For more information, call Dan Rickabaugh at 803-640-4888.
Playing the lottery is a hobby for a North Augusta retiree. This week, his hobby paid off.
The Missing in America Project, with assistance from Legionnaires from American Legion Post 71 North Augusta and Post 193 of Chapin, will conduct a full military honors funeral service for 13 previously unclaimed Veterans at 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 30 at the Fort Jackson National Cemetery in Columbia.
Aiken County Council is not looking at ways to increase fees or cut services to its nearly $57 million budget quite like the City of Aiken. …
City Administrator Todd Glover delivered a simple message to Rick Meyer about the Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee: Go big or go home.
Jeff Bumgardner’s trophy case is going to run out of room.
Dr. Randy Cooper has experienced much of his life in North Augusta.
The Living History Park will come alive this weekend for Colonial Times: A Day To Remember.
Department of Energy officials recently reported that missions at the Savannah River Site’s H Canyon facility may be slowing down if changes in infrastructure or funding are not made to effectively continue liquid waste operations.
The Department of Energy is seeking an environmental assessment to review a proposal that, if granted, would permit the South Carolina Military Department to use 750 acres at the Savannah River Site for military training.
The North Augusta Evening Lions Club has set the date for the 2014 Christmas Parade for Dec. 14 at 2 p.m.
Michelle Randrup has joined the Habitat for Humanity North Augusta team.
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The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council, or NACAC, has for 18 years envisioned and worked toward creating a vibrant arts community for the region. As …
The Belvedere Fire Department was recently recognized for years of hard work by the Insurance Service Organization. The organization, which rates all of the fire departments in the United States, has given the fire department a rating of 3, an improvement over the previous rating of 4.
As The North Augusta Star celebrates its 60th birthday, a major part of the paper’s history was erased over the weekend.
The North Augusta Public Safety officer accused of shooting and killing a man after a vehicle chase in February will eventually have to turn himself …
Students at North Augusta High School are preparing for the upcoming election with a voter-registration drive.
The City of North Augusta has not raised the tax millage in 22 years – a point of pride for some City leaders.
The following teachers were recently awarded grants from the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council: Ms. Kight was awarded $175 for her grant “Let the Music Play On,” the funds will be used to purchase a new CD system; Ms. Leopard was awarded $300 for her grant, “Stilt Houses,” the funds will be used for a stilt house project for her fifth-grade art …
GAINESVILLE, GA — Phillip Solesbee of Belvedere, is among 609 new students enrolled at Brenau University for the fall semester.
The North Augusta City Council began taking steps toward repairing the Greeneway.
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Herb Myers of Evans, Georgia, became the 2014-2015 president of Kiwanis of Uptown Augusta on Sept. 30. Outgoing club president Lansing Lee III, …