An annual effort is underway to collect flash drives, earbuds, glue sticks and book bags for the United Way of Aiken County’s School Tools outreach program.
Aiken County Board of Education approved the plan to spend $25 million of Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund III monies on …
The Aiken Center for the Arts will be hosting the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center at the USC Aiken's inaugural "Through the Eyes of a Ch…
The City of Aiken is evaluating its road maintenance fee, which generates hundreds of thousands of dollars annually, after the S.C. Supreme Co…
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No date to begin demolition has been set, but the effort to redevelop the Aiken Mall property is moving forward, albeit very slowly. Read more
The City of Aiken is evaluating its road maintenance fee, which generates hundreds of thousands of dollars annually, after the S.C. Supreme Court decided similar charges in the Upstate violate statewide rules and are invalid. Read more
Elliott Davis, an accounting firm headquartered in Greenville, will be assisting Aiken Count… Read more
Aiken County Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday to provide the Aiken County A… Read more
In a recent instance of bipartisan consensus, the leaders of the Aiken County Democratic and… Read more
The New Savannah Bluff Lock and Dam has remained in the interest of the U.S. House of Repres… Read more
A defense spending-and-policy bundle approved last week by the Senate Armed Services Committee would restore $5.7 million in payments to communities surrounding the Savannah River Site, after the Biden administration proposed slicing the sum from the federal budget. Read more
KAWAGOE, Japan — The day Justin Rose won golf's first Olympic gold medal in more than a century, Xander Schauffele was toiling in anonymity in the heartland of America. Read more
Earlier this summer, some of my family and I went to Hampton Plantation, north of Charleston. I have read all of Archibald Rutledge’s books that the library. . I admire him greatly as a writer and man; so, I had long wanted to visit his home, now a state park. Though I’m glad we went, I was … Read more
The debate about voting and voting laws in the United States is truly more about partisan politics than objective analysis. A common… Read more