A front-running strategy paid off for The Insider and his jockey during the $35,000 Conceal Imperial Cup during the Aiken Spring Steeplechase.
Becoming the director of the Hitchcock Woods Foundation brought Mary Katherine Philipp full circle from her childhood.
Umbrellas, sunglasses and festive hats all had a place in Saturday's activities at Richland Avenue and Old Wagener Road, with the 56th running…
The city of Aiken, its Design Review Board and the Aiken Municipal Development Commission may not have been the only ones who failed to follow…
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EU leaders play down bank risks as economy weakens
European Union leaders are playing down the risk of a banking crisis developing from recent global financial turmoil and hitting an already weak economy
European Union leaders are playing down the risk of a banking crisis developing from recent global financial turmoil and hitting an already weak economy. The deliberations Friday by EU government heads in Brussels follow U.S. regulators shutting down two U.S. banks and a Swiss-orchestrated takeover of troubled lender Credit Suisse by rival UBS. The emergency actions on both sides of the Atlantic revived memories of the 2008 global financial meltdown and the ensuing EU sovereign debt crisis, which almost broke apart the euro currency now shared by 20 European countries. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says “the banking system is stable in Europe.” Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says “I think we are in good shape.” Read moreEU leaders play down bank risks as economy weakens
The city of Aiken, its Design Review Board and the Aiken Municipal Development Commission may not have been the only ones who failed to follow the proper procedure on Project Pascalis. Read moreProject Pascalis lawsuit defendants say amended complaint should be dismissed
The Aiken City Council could take more steps to recover from the failure of Project Pascalis… Read moreAiken City Council to consider dissolving Aiken Municipal Development Commission
The next expansion of the Rural Health Services Clyburn Center for Primary Care could be an … Read moreRural Health Services could add internal medicine family practice
More details about the plans for an economic development proposal that is one of the largest… Read moreProject Sabal would result in an investment of at least $800 million in Aiken County
The city of Aiken has a new No. 2. Read moreTilton, Lawton take on new roles with city of Aiken
Construction of the Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative at USC Aiken will finally begin soon. Read moreAdvanced Manufacturing Collaborative construction at USC Aiken to begin soon
After dealing with a schedule change Saturday morning that resulted in an evening doubleheader, the No. 18 USC Aiken baseball team split two games with Young Harris. Read morePacers split doubleheader with Mountain Lions
Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy had to play some of their best golf just to reach the semifinals of the Dell Match Play. Scheffler was 2 down in the morning match and 3 down to Jason Day in the afternoon. He rallied to win both as he tries to join Tiger Woods as the only back-to-back winners of Match Play. McIlroy made nine birdies in the morning and eight in the afternoon. He needed them all. His 12-footer on the 18th beat Xander Schauffele. Also advancing to Sunday were Sam Burns and Cameron Young. Read moreScheffler, McIlroy at their best to reach Match Play semis
As a general rule, it’s a good idea to be wary of anecdotes. Last week I saw a few snippets about students at the Stanford School of Law behaving badly at a lecture by a Trump-appointed conservative judge. I assumed that the reports were probably true, but also exaggerated and one-sided – li… Read moreColumn: Stanford law school not quite ready for the bar