For residents looking to adopt a pet, animal shelters in Aiken are eager to help.
The Aiken City Council meets Monday night and is expected to pass a budget with no increase in the millage rate, a measure used to calculate l…
A few dozen residents gathered at BreakFree Aiken on Saturday afternoon to play games, dance to music, eat and enjoy fellowship with others.
An Aiken resident will be joining celebrity guests such as John Legend, Kevin Hart and Dwyane Wade on a national television show.
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The Department of Energy’s nuclear cleanup bureau has reaffirmed its selection of a Virginia-based security contractor to guard the Savannah River Site, months after a competitor called into question the validity of the choice. Read more
The Aiken City Council meets Monday night and is expected to pass a budget with no increase in the millage rate, a measure used to calculate local property taxes. Read more
The Aiken Municipal Development Commission on Tuesday voted to hire Dr. Tom Hallman as a pro… Read more
City of Aiken officials are expecting to soon hear news on a potential $1 million loan that … Read more
North Augusta’s first Public Power Hour allowed residents to voice their concerns directly t… Read more
The extended noise ordinance adjustments to benefit Riverside Village along North Augusta's … Read more
Over the course of two weeks, a government pledge, that dozens of nuclear weapon cores known as pits could be made by 2030 at new and improved facilities some 1,600 miles apart, publicly crumbled. Read more
RIDGELAND — Chesson Hadley moved a step closer to his first PGA Tour victory in seven years, opening a four-stroke lead over Harris English and six over Dustin Johnson on Sunday in the rain-delayed Palmetto Championship at Congaree. Read more
The author of a recent letter titled “Rights Depend On Reason” published on June 4 makes a number of logical errors to ultimately assert that (if I may paraphrase) a fetus doesn’t have rights because, in its present state, it has no access to “reason” and, therefore, has no rights. Rights ar… Read more