There will be a meeting of the Aiken County Board of Disabilities and the board of Tri-Development Center on Thursday, June 4, at 6:30 p.m., 5080 Jefferson Davis Highway, Beech Island.
North Augusta City Council passed a resolution Monday evening that allows the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department to award a contract to …
State health authorities have released information on several types of pre-existing health conditions found in coronavirus cases and deaths, which includes a wide range of issues from heart disease to intellectual disabilities.
INDIANAPOLIS — David Robinson, Peyton Manning and Lennox Lewis all did it. Now one soldier knows for himself how it feels to go out on top.
North Augusta City Council on Monday evening gave approval to the first phase of a Downtown Greeneway Connector during its virtual meeting.
Nike announced Saturday night that it is canceling the remainder of its Elite Youth Basketball League, including North Augusta's Peach Jam.
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…
The Augusta Craft Beer Festival that was planned to take place at SRP Park next month has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city of North Augusta has filed an initial brief in its appeal requesting the reversal of a court order in a lawsuit regarding the Freedom…
Reality shows about finding love aren’t a new concept, but a new show with a familiar face involves starting a new romance as well as a family.
Great news for our community as the City of North Augusta Parks, Recreation and Tourism will begin to open up facilities this weekend. We are …
The U.S. Department of Energy is looking into how the novel coronavirus pandemic has affected various nuclear cleanup ventures, including the Savannah River Site's multibillion-dollar, in-the-works Salt Waste Processing Facility.
A $3.5 million donation from Duke Endowment to Feeding the Carolinas will help fund counter-hunger operations among food banks battling the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
A residential rezoning request did not get a favorable recommendation from North Augusta Planning Commission during its meeting Thursday, with…
Friends and family members of Macey Hughes and Bradley Godwin put their creativity into action during the past week, offering the two North Au…
Three Aiken County motels are being sued for allegedly knowing about and profiting from sex trafficking that occurred at their property between August 2017 and 2018.
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.
Rick Gilder, site manager at allnex North Augusta and Langley, and his team recently delivered drums of its hand sanitizer to more than a dozen community organizations, including hospitals, first responders and a variety of nonprofits.
A bloc of local governments and nuclear industry, labor and community groups are pressing Congress to provide a one-time multibillion-dollar boost to the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management, the remediation-focused Savannah River Site landlord.
A COVID-19 scare last month halted construction for two weeks at the Savannah River Site's Surplus Plutonium Disposition project, an incident that highlights how the coronavirus pandemic has flustered the broader nuclear and national defense landscapes.
U.S. House Majority Whip James Clyburn – the highly influential South Carolinian often credited with electrifying former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign – has endorsed Adair Ford Boroughs, a fellow Democrat seeking to unseat longtime U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, a Republican.
In my last column in April I talked about a plan to reopen our playgrounds, athletic fields, indoor facilities and athletic tournaments/events…
SALLEY — Like the owners of many businesses, Mark Nisbet was forced to adapt quickly to the formidable challenge posed by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The city of North Augusta is continuing to hold off on utility disconnections until July 7, giving residents over a month to get current on th…
State health officials reported one additional case of coronavirus in Aiken County on Tuesday, giving the county a total of 156 positive cases overall.
The Aiken County Sheriff's Office is reporting that numerous victims have continued to receive calls from someone claiming to be an employee of the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office in an attempt to swindle money.
North Augusta City Council on Monday evening unanimously approved a resolution authorizing the contract for the city’s new city administrator.
North Augusta City Council will meet to take a vote Monday on a resolution related to the contract for the city administrator position as well…
The speed of North Augusta’s growth hasn’t slowed down, and a handful of local leaders talked about the current state of things in North Augus…
Oral arguments in a case concerning $200 million of plutonium fines sought by South Carolina were heard by a panel of federal judges Tuesday, another step forward in an escalating legal battle entangling the Palmetto State, the U.S. Department of Energy and its Savannah River Site.
Preparations and planning for plutonium pit production must continue amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, a "difficult" and challenging time, National Nuclear Security Administration chief Lisa Gordon-Hagerty wrote in a recent letter.
Official census data is only collected every 10 years, and the numbers touch many aspects of people's lives, from representation in Washington…
The S.C. Election Commission is urging those who qualify to vote absentee do so as the upcoming statewide primaries and runoffs proceed as planned amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
- City Council gives OK to phase one of Downtown Greeneway Connector
- FROM THE PARK BENCH: Parks and Recreation facility and program update
- Augusta Craft Beer Festival at SRP Park canceled
- Peach Jam canceled, Nike scraps EYBL amid pandemic
- Local businessman competing on reality television show
- City Council to vote on downtown Greeneway connector
- N.A. Army Sergeant Major retires after 24 years
- Police bookings for June 3
- Creativity abounds at Fox Creek graduation in North Augusta
- Police bookings for May 27