After weeks of speculation, the decision has been made: Project Jackson will continue forward.
The findings in the Project Jackson lawsuit, which was won by the City of North Augusta, were released in detail Wednesday.
The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two people who wrecked a stolen vehicle into a North Augusta home early Wednesday morning.
Matt Hazel is living out his childhood dream.
Michael Martin had to rent a number of tuxedoes for his four sons during their time in high school.
The Hunley submarine was an engineering marvel and one of the subjects of my book, “Why the Wind Blows.”
I had an unusual experience this week. I was feeling a little overwhelmed and had been praying about some circumstances that were weighing heavily on my mind coupled with the usual stress of a...
Runs Missionary Baptist Church, 717 Williston Road, Beech Island, will hold its Women’s Conference Aug. 22 through 24. The Rev. Monica Cofer, of Carpentersville Baptist Church, will speak at 7 p.m.
By NOAH FEIT
The Augusta GreenJackets will be partnering with the Golden Harvest Food Bank to host the Golden Harvest Food Bank Canned Food Drive as a part of its game on Friday at Lake Olmstead Stadium.
Mickey Derrick’s coaching career has come full circle.
One of the area’s most prolific scorers on the basketball court is making another move. This one will take him across town to a different school.
Local businesses stepped from behind their desks and literally got their hands dirty to beautify North Augusta Elementary on Saturday, Aug. 16, before the start of the new school year.
The first home varsity football game will be on Friday, Aug. 22, at 7:30 p.m. The Yellow Jackets will host Lakeside High School from Evans, Georgia. The school is hoping for a large crowd...
Even if he wasn’t able to advance any further, North Augusta native Matt NeSmith was glad he made it into the match-play portion of the U.S. Amateur at the Atlanta Athletic Club.
The Aiken County School District’s scores on the SC-PASS standards tests for third through eighth grades dropped from 2012-13 and also fell below state results in English/language arts and...
When I was a kid, I remember my elementary school teacher explaining to my class that if we can learn the English language, then we can learn almost any other language because, as she...
In the next month or so, a resolution should come in the Project Jackson lawsuit.