Alex Murdaugh looked “clean from head to toe” in his first interview with investigators just hours after his wife and son were brutally shot to death, according to testimony prosecutors elicited on the third day of Murdaugh’s double murder trial in Walterboro.
Editor's note: We Are Aiken County is a series of articles that will run through Feb. 26. It celebrates people, places and events that shaped …
The future of the City of Aiken’s former Municipal Building became clearer Jan. 23 after Mayor Rick Osbon mentioned it in his State of the Cit…
Aiken honored the man credited with helping transform The Alley in downtown Aiken and the former leader of Helping Hands. 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
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., visited Ukraine on Friday and called for NATO allies to pr… Read moreGraham calls on U.S., Germany to send tanks to Ukraine
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.
A game with roots that reach back as far as 14th-century France is still played in downtown Aiken. Read moreWe Are Aiken County: Ancient sport lives on in downtown Aiken
Jon Rahm made an impressive charge up the leaderboard on his favorite course with a 6-under 66 at Torrey Pines to pull within two shots of leader Sam Ryder after the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open. Ranked No. 3 in the world, Rahm is one round away from his third win in as many starts and taking over at No. 1 for the first time since March 20. He began Friday at 4 under and tied for 14th, and moved into sole possession of second place after an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole. Ryder shot a steady 72 to remain at 12 under par through 54 holes. Read moreRahm 2 back of Ryder at Torrey in bid for 3rd straight win
A mulligan, in golf parlance, is a chance to hit a better shot. Read moreColumn: State of the City address offers downtown do-over