FLORENCE — The Aiken Municipal Development Commission took a field trip Wednesday to Florence to find out more about the city's redevelopment of its downtown.
An intersection improvement project in Graniteville will finally be reaching completion soon.
A North Augusta man was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter Wednesday and sentenced to 28 years in prison.
The National Nuclear Security Administration has awarded $7 million for workforce development and education to minority-serving schools in New…
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it may start raising its benchmark interest rate sometime next year, earlier than it envisioned three months ago and a sign that it's concerned that high inflation pressures may persist. Read more
FLORENCE — The Aiken Municipal Development Commission took a field trip Wednesday to Florence to find out more about the city's redevelopment of its downtown. Read more
The city of Aiken has secured a $300,000 brownfield assessment grant from the Environmental … Read more
GRANITEVILLE — A S.C. House committee working on updated legislative and congressional bound… Read more
North Augusta City Council voted to approve the Georgia Avenue location for its public safet… Read more
The Aiken Municipal Development Commission will on Wednesday head to Florence for its own ki… Read more
Senators want the National Nuclear Security Administration to develop a comprehensive strategy for treatment and disposal of radioactive wastes born from the maintenance and modernization of the U.S. nuclear arsenal. Read more
Editor’s note: The high school football season is underway, but it takes far more than players and coaches to make everything come together. The Aiken Standard will highlight people each Friday who work behind the scenes to make the games possible. To nominate someone who deserves recognitio… Read more
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — The Americans bring the type of credentials that make them favorites in just about every Ryder Cup, and this year is no different. Read more
The guest editorial “S.C. on track for cheaper, greener electricity…” (Sept. 21) accepts many common misconceptions about energy (and economics). This acceptance is particularly shocking when this family of newspapers is currently touting its investigative reporting. Read more