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Locally grown strawberries, asparagus and sweet onions are among the creations making their way into local homes again this month, and local growers are dealing with a variety of new questions amid fear over the coronavirus outbreak.
What’s open? The North Augusta Greeneway, the Riverview Park 1.2 mile trail, Boeckh Park, and Brick Pond Park are still open and offer a great…
Five deaths related to the novel coronavirus have been reported in South Carolina, as cases statewide continue to mount and Gov. Henry McMaster ramps up restrictions aimed at combating the growing pandemic.
Visiting a new housing development can be disorienting. The bright, modern finishes and open floor plans invite you to be dazzled. So it’s difficult to gauge which amenities are worth your lon…
Leron Adams is the North Augusta Artists Guild's Artist of the Month.
There will be a meeting of the Aiken County Board of Disabilities and the board of Tri-Development Center on Thursday, April 2 at 6:30 p.m. at 5080 Jefferson Davis Highway in Beech Island. Thi…
Aiken County reported its first coronavirus case on Friday, according to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.
St. Mary Baptist Church, 474 Highway 125, Martin, will hold its annual Willing Workers Program at 11 a.m. Sunday, March 22. The Rev. Anthony Gadson, pastor of St. Peters Baptist Church in Elko…
What’s open? The North Augusta Greeneway, the Riverview Park 1.2 mile trail, Boeckh Park, and Brick Pond Park are still open and offer a great opportunity to get outside and get some exercise.…
GREENVILLE — The South Carolina Football Hall of Fame has announced that due to the CDC guidance on social distancing, they have rescheduled their 2020 Enshrinement Celebration from April 2 to…
There's no telling where the Old Dominion women's basketball team's season may have ended.
Most of you know by now that the coronavirus has forced the city of North Augusta to close the Riverview Park Activities Center and the North Augusta Community Center currently through March 3…
This Week's Circulars
A quick tour through Aiken County's Historical Museum reveals the first days of Aiken's beginnings, and front and center are the five men responsible for its founding.
The Aiken County School Board unanimously approved Tuesday hiring a director for a new behavior intervention program for students in grades K-5.
King Laurence said his more than 20 years of experience in Aiken County Public Schools should serve him well as the district's new superintendent.
GRANITEVILLE — Integrity overwhelmingly is the top “personal characteristic" Aiken County Public Schools' stakeholders are looking for in a new district superintendent, according to a audience survey taken Wednesday at Midland Valley High School.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Observant drivers, dog walkers and other travelers around Riverside Village may have caught an unusual sight Friday morning, with SRP Park getting a visit from uniformed highway patrolmen and their vehicles, representing Tennessee, Georgia and the Carolinas.
The future of the New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam is not set in stone, but a recently announced decision by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which was promptly answered by a lawsuit from the state of South Carolina, has public officials and stakeholders gearing up for battle.
North Augusta City Council approved a contract for the construction of the Riverside Village park, but the decision to award the contract was not unanimous.
North Augusta City Council will meet Monday to again discuss and consider a contract for the construction of a park in Riverside Village.
- Five deaths, hundreds of coronavirus cases reported in S.C.
- Community Ministry to continue food distribution
- FROM THE PARK BENCH: COVID-19 park updates
- S.C. Football Hall of Fame reschedules enshrinement celebration
- Adams is Artist's Guild's Artist of the Month
- Young thriving at ODU; Monarchs' season cut short
- North Augusta parks getting plenty of use during outbreak
- Aiken County's first coronavirus case reported Friday; more tests pending
- TRUE TALK: Turning insecurity into obedience
- Police bookings for March 25