The case of a North Augusta woman arrested after leaving her daughter at a park while she went to work is sparking discussion across South Carolina – and even the rest of the country.
Though his client was animated on the stand, attorney James D. Mosteller III and Steve Donohue had little to say after the Project Jackson trial’s conclusion.
Beginning July 30, readers of The North Augusta Star will be able to get their papers a day earlier.
Can you handle the truth? Regardless, it’s Tommy Platt’s job to find it out. Platt, an investigator with the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office, is also the agency’s polygraph examiner.
Tristan Troutman, a Cub Scout from North Augusta, happily relished the opportunity to pull back the cord on a large, wooden slingshot – firing water balloons into the sky toward his mom.
Hammond Grove Word Power Ministry, 214 West Five Notch Road, North Augusta, will celebrate its 145th church anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 24, at 3 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Kenneth B. Martin and the...
Many of us take our physical vision for granted. However, our physical vision is one of the most useful physical blessings that God has given us. Here are some little known facts about our eyes.
Miss Michal Gayle Hobbs and Mr. William David Kautzman were united in marriage on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 6 p.m. at the Bridge Building in Nashville, Tennessee. Pastor Andrew Ivey officiated.
The Playaz Basketball Club set a goal before the Peach Jam: to come away with the trophy at tournament end.
As the No. 1 player in the class of 2015 according to ESPN.com, Ivan Rabb is in good company.
The best basketball players North Augusta has to offer weren’t at last week’s Nike Peach Jam.
Every year, before the start of the Nike Peach Jam, a handful of coaches come together to golf for a cause.
Phyllis Gamble brings an entirely different path to her new appointment as the North Augusta Middle School principal – seven years with the Army on active duty and in 2005, nine months in...
As Aiken County School Board members delve into plans for a sales tax referendum in November, they have one issue they want to emphasize.
Three Aiken County School Board incumbents and a newcomer will face no opposition in the November general election, but no one filed for a fifth seat.
TEDxAugusta is scheduled to take place on Jan. 30, 2015, at the historic Imperial Theatre with refreshments and conversation following across the street in the City Room.
First things first: every nation must secure and control its borders. This is not political rhetoric or an ideological judgment, but a simple geopolitical fact.