There will be a meeting of the Aiken County Board of Disabilities and the board of Tri-Development Center on Thursday, Aug. 6, at 6:30 p.m., 5080 Jefferson Davis Highway, Beech Island.
The Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund Inc. announced the winners of its annual scholarship program on Tuesday, June 30. The Hampton Fund, a…
The basic concepts of "bump, set and spike" remain in place for volleyball players, but the steps for putting them into practice are considera…
Fox Creek High School's board of directors, in a meeting July 20, approved Aug. 17 as the first day of the 2020-21 school year, giving unanimo…
Over a dozen new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Aiken County on Tuesday, along with one new coronavirus-related death, according to state health authorities.
Aiken Technical College tends to play host to a relatively young crowd, but Augusta resident Fred Gehle and his cohorts have brought several hundred senior citizens onto the campus over the past decade, for history's sake, and their work is almost complete.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Social opportunities have been highly limited for NHC HealthCare residents in the past three months, as nursing homes around the country have cut off the flow of visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic and its especially lethal impact on senior citizens.
Over 1,700 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in South Carolina on Tuesday, including 28 new cases in Aiken County.
Lions Field has been largely out of action for the past three months, due to coronavirus-related restrictions, but it came out of hibernation …
Georgia Avenue in North Augusta was quiet at 5 p.m., with just under a mile of the street closed down and lined with police officers. Then cha…
Riverview Park's splash pad is out of service for a few days, due to a malfunction that occurred in the water feed line during the Thursday-Fr…
South Carolina's coronavirus case count jumped yet again Tuesday after state health authorities confirmed almost 600 new COVID-19 cases.
The Big Mo drive-in theater in Monetta has found a saving grace in the music scene as its movie supply remains stunted from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fox Creek High School, one of the Aiken-Augusta area's first schools to hold a graduation ceremony this month, had creativity in action May 28…
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.
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