Now that the S.C. Supreme Court has ruled on Project Jackson, the real work begins for the City of North Augusta.
A man killed in an April 10 wreck in North Augusta has been identified.
The Greeneway reopened in February, and there were plans for a grand reopening.
AIKEN — When Robert Washington spotted antennas and three trailers in a parking lot near Pacer Crossings at USC Aiken on Sunday, he decided to see what was going on.
The annual summer clearance is back at North Augusta Feed & Seed.
Cheryl Garrison Neely and Dr. David Hamilton Gibbs, both of North Augusta, were married May 17, 2015 at Victorian Wedding Chapel. The bride was given in marriage by her father, mother and their four...
The St. Bartholomew’s Foundation Board will host question and answer sessions between the 8 and 9:30 a.m. services and between the 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. services July 12 and Aug. 2. If you have...
There is only one race, the human race. That said, how did the differences in appearances that are referred to today as “race” come about?
The sweltering heat didn’t stop the North Augusta High School baseball camp.
Antonio Grant has been running his annual basketball camp at Riverview Park Activities Center for a decade.
North Augusta High School Head Football Coach Brian Thomas and his staff are molding the next generation of Yellow Jackets.
The second Tournament of Champions Sponsored by Antonio Grant will take place at Riverview Park Activities Center this weekend.
The Living History Park became an 8-acre classroom Wednesday for students in the Aiken County Public School District’s Summer Reading Camps as they learned about colonial America.
The visual, creative and performing arts will take center stage Wednesday at the Gateway summer arts program’s annual Showcase at Kennedy Middle School.
Bryson Hickson worked intently at a small desk at Aiken Technical College – getting some practice at soldering a circuit board.
The Aiken County School District’s adult education office will offer summer classes to help people obtain a GED credential or high school diploma.
I tried to type the preamble of the U.S. Constitution (following) without looking. I got most of it right and I’m glad that I can still remember most of it by heart. I wonder how many children...
Now is not the time to bob and weave on the issue of removing the Confederate flag from the Statehouse grounds.