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North Augusta City Council passed a resolution Monday evening that allows the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department to award a contract to Wilson Sports Turf out of Lexington to restore Hammonds Ferry Soccer Field. Hammonds Ferry Soccer Field is located next to the water treatment plant a…

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Fox Creek High School is listed among the plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed against the South Carolina High School League over recently-approved rule changes affecting public charter and prominent private schools.

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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…

The spring sports season is on hold for at least a couple of weeks in South Carolina's schools, but it ran long enough for at least one new sp…

The 2020 baseball season is off to a spectacularly bumpy start, with a worldwide health scare shutting down professional and school sports ali…

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NORTH AUGUSTA — Al Young, P'eris Smith, Ansley Gartell and dozens of their neighbors celebrated another milestone in familiar territory Friday morning, gathering in North Augusta High School's gymnasium to look back at the 2019-20 basketball season — a campaign that reached its zenith Saturday evening as the Lady Jackets bagged their fourth straight state championship.

USC Aiken softball standout Caroline Cockrell has been named the Peach Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week, as announced by the league office.

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NORTH AUGUSTA — Jim Bob Bryant, a North Carolina native with coaching experience around North Carolina and Georgia, is the new head football coach at North Augusta High School, having been introduced Thursday evening in an event at TrueNorth Church, near the Yellow Jackets' home base.

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Do you know what the number 425,231 represents? That’s the total number of people that walked through the front doors of the Riverview Park Ac…

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NORTH AUGUSTA — C.J. Tillman, Ryan Chavous and Jatonious Butler celebrated a milestone at Fox Creek High School on Wednesday  morning, putting pens to paper to confirm their plans to play football at the collegiate level. Dozens of players, coaches, family members and friends were part of an assembly in the gym to mark the occasion.

Basketball season ended Monday for North Augusta Middle School's boys, as the Yellow Jackets had Schofield for their first playoff opponent an…

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