NORTH AUGUSTA — Thomas Jefferson's beginning of the Declaration of Independence – "When the course of human events..." – echoed through North Augusta's Living History Park Monday afternoon.
Police say at least six people are dead and 24 were wounded in a shooting at a July Fourth parade in a Chicago suburb, and officers are searching for a suspect who likely fired on the festivities from a rooftop.
The Palmetto Amateur returns this week for its 47th annual edition.
The Fourth of July holiday weekend is jamming U.S. airports with the biggest crowds since the pandemic began in 2020
The Fourth of July holiday weekend is jamming U.S. airports with the biggest crowds since the pandemic began in 2020. Newly released numbers show 2.49 million passengers went through security checkpoints at U.S. airports Friday, surpassing the previous pandemic-era record of 2.46 million reached earlier in the week. The increase is the latest sign that leisure travelers aren’t being deterred from flying by rising fares, the ongoing spread of COVID-19 or worries about recurring flight delays and cancellations. In an even more telling indication, the average passenger volume at U.S. airports for the past week is nearing the same level as in 2019. Read more
A lawsuit filed Tuesday morning could bring Aiken's Project Pascalis downtown redevelopment project to a halt. Read more
NORTH AUGUSTA — Thomas Jefferson's beginning of the Declaration of Independence – "When the … Read more
The U.S. House of Representatives committee markup of the National Defense Authorization Act… Read more
A Bojangles franchisee with six locations in Aiken County has started a safety program for w… Read more
With the recent installation of equipment at the Solid Waste Management Facility at Savannah River Site, newly generated transuranic waste can now be characterized and certified by the National TRU Program, paving the way for off-site shipment and disposal at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. Read more
Nick Kyrgios has reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal in 7 1/2 years with a five-set victory at Wimbledon over Brandon Nakashima of the United States
Nick Kyrgios has reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal in 7 1/2 years with a five-set victory at Wimbledon over Brandon Nakashima of the United States. Kyrgios repeatedly was visited by a trainer to massage his right shoulder. The unseeded 27-year-old Australian hit 35 aces and pulled out the 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-2 win at Centre Court after more than three hours. He was much calmer and quieter than during and after his previous match against No. 4 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas. Kyrgios repeatedly argued with the chair umpire in that win and was later fined $4,000 for cursing aloud. He also was docked $10,000 after his first-round match. Read more