Fox Creek High School, one of the Aiken-Augusta area's first schools to hold a graduation ceremony this month, had creativity in action Thursday morning and afternoon, holding an indoor commencement ceremony in the morning, and a pair of informal "drive-through" gatherings later in the day.
Friends and family members of Macey Hughes and Bradley Godwin put their creativity into action during the past week, offering the two North Au…
In recognition of National Skilled Nursing Care Week, formerly known as National Nursing Home Week, the Aiken County Branch of the NAACP sponsored lunches for Pruitt Health North Augusta and Pruitt Health Aiken.
Aiken Regional Medical Centers was awarded an A in the spring 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing the hospital’s achievements providing safer health care.
Economic fallout from the coronavirus is changing the landscape for Community Ministry of North Augusta, with an increased pressure for servic…
Sports and fitness facilities are dealing with massive cancellations, postponements and other adjustments in the midst of the coronavirus outb…
One of North Augusta's longest-serving medical professionals has shifted gears, wrapping up almost four decades of service a few steps from Ge…
Aiken County reported its first coronavirus case on Friday, according to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Health concerns linked to the coronavirus are stirring creativity and forcing adjustments among Aiken County’s dozens of congregations large a…
A number of local events in Aiken County and throughout South Carolina have been postponed, canceled or altered because of the outbreak of coronavirus. Send information about event cancellations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cardiac care and future medical professionals are prime concerns for a group of local residents with plenty of experience in heart health – the Aiken chapter of Mended Hearts.
As cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus continue to climb in the United States, Aiken Regional Medical Centers is preparing for any potential outbreak that might occur within the community.
John Felak has helped turn the spotlight onto dozens of neighbors over the past 15 years, as chairman of the North Augusta Sports Commission, …
A new novel by an Aiken author focuses on a young woman trying to finding herself while finding her way out of the only world she has known since birth: the secretive world of the Irish American Travelers.
They're not historians, but retired North Augusta Department of Public Safety dispatchers Ruth Taylor and Linda Pitcher might be considered am…
Carolyn Capers Baggott, a lifelong resident of the CSRA, moved to North Augusta when she was four. She has worked in many mediums but has spec…
Money, talent and construction supplies came from a variety of directions Friday and Saturday to homes around western Aiken County, with Grace…
Local senior citizens looking for a boost in nutrition and fellowship may get some help in the months ahead, by way of Aiken Senior Life Services.
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