Standing 16 feet and overlooking a small pond, a new water wheel created by Strom Thurmond High School students was recently installed at the Old McDonald Fish Camp in North Augusta.
Petitions to the South Carolina legislature to establish what is today Aiken County began as early as the 1820s and 1830s, according to some historical documents.
Healthy food doesn’t have to be boring.
Wildemount is the name of a continent in Dungeons & Dragons, but there is nothing dark and fantastical about The Wildemount restaurant. It…
Eight motions made by defendants in the July 5 lawsuit filed to stop Project Pascalis are set to be heard March 1. Read moreEight Project Pascalis lawsuit motions to be heard March 1
Aiken honored the man credited with helping transform The Alley in downtown Aiken and the fo… Read moreSam Erb, Carmen Landy receive Aiken Awards from city
Aiken's potential new plans for the properties that were to be included in Project Pascalis … Read morePlans to build Savannah River National Laboratory workforce center in downtown Aiken draw mostly praise
Another bridge across the Norfolk Southern-owned railway through downtown Aiken has been clo… Read moreAnother downtown Aiken bridge closed due to structural issues
Aiken's newest potential plans for the properties that were to be included in Project Pascal… Read moreSavannah River National Lab could establish workforce center on Project Pascalis properties
The Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site recently made the first shipment of downblended surplus plutonium from the site’s K Area, a momentous milestone culminating from multiple years of effort to remove plutonium from the state of South Carolina. Read moreFirst shipment of downblended surplus plutonium from SRS’s K Area leaves S.C.
Schofield Middle hosted Kennedy on Jan. 30 in the season's second meeting between the two rivals. Kennedy's boys remained unbeaten by winning a 39-38 thriller, while Schofield's girls were dominant in a 31-10 win. Read moreMiddle School Basketball: Kennedy at Schofield
A federal judge has denied a bid by LIV Golf to receive communications between the PGA Tour and 10 additional Augusta National members to part of its discovery process. LIV wanted PGA Tour board members and retired commissioner Tim Finchem to provide all communications with Augusta National members. The list was narrowed to four club employees and seven members. Among the additional members was former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. LIV alleges she attempted to persuade the Justice Department not to investigate the tour. The judge says the request for communications with more club members is overly burdensome and not in proportion to the needs of the litigation. Read moreJudge denies LIV plea to expand discovery to Augusta members
South Carolina is ranked in the bottom two or three states in the country in terms of fatal car crashes. Its roads are ranked among the worst in national polls. Just about every week in the newspaper or local news, someone drives off the side of the road, crashes without a seatbelt and becom… Read moreLetter: Aiken needs better traffic enforcement