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Before the USEA Intercollegiate Championship, USC Aiken eventing team president Carson Langenberg was hopeful but cautious about the possibility of winning. She believed in the team but knew nothing was certain, especially when playing against much larger schools. Now that she is on top, th…
Aiken High boys' soccer coach Roger Carpenter could count on Erik Strom's to be one of the first and last faces he saw every practice and game day.
"Part German. Part South. All Welcome," says a big white sign on a brick wall at the corner of 6th and Ellis in Augusta. This is Hildebrandt's…
Bargain hunters are in for a treat this weekend when The Peachtree 23 Yard Sale returns.
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Teen workers are in high demand for summer and commanding better pay
Teens have long been vital to filling out the summertime staffs of restaurants, ice cream stands, amusement parks and camps
Teens have long been vital to filling out the summertime staffs of restaurants, ice cream stands, amusement parks and camps. Now, thanks to one of the tightest labor markets in decades, they have even more sway, with an array of jobs to choose from at ever higher wages. To ease the labor crunch, some states are moving to roll back restrictions to let teens work more hours — much to the chagrin of labor rights groups, who see it as a troubling trend. Economists say there are other ways to expand the workforce without putting more of a burden on kids, including by allowing more legal immigration. Read moreTeen workers are in high demand for summer and commanding better pay
The Savannah River National Laboratory considered two downtown Aiken locations for its workforce development center before Project Pascalis failed and the current proposed location became available. Read moreSavannah River National Lab considered two other downtown Aiken sites for workforce center
Could the Savannah River Site play a role in helping to secure American's energy supply? Read moreJeff Duncan says Savannah River Site could help secure America's nuclear energy supplies
Judge Kirk Griffin heard arguments Wednesday morning in the appeal challenging the Aiken Cit… Read moreJudge hears Silver Bluff grocery store and shopping center appeal arguments
The plan to construct an apartment complex near the intersection of Sundy Avenue and Jake Pl… Read moreMore apartments approved for Aiken's northside
A motion to dismiss the Aiken Design Review Board from the lawsuit filed to stop Project Pas… Read morePascalis lawsuit: Aiken Design Review Board motion to dismiss to be heard June 14
Claflin University students recently traveled from Orangeburg to tour the Savannah River Site in order to learn about the wide array of facilities and occupations found across the 310 square-mile U.S. Department of Energy environmental reservation. Read moreClaflin University students find potential careers by visiting SRS
CONWAY — Coastal Carolina baseball head coach Gary Gilmore, the former USC Aiken coach who brought home a College World Series title to Conway, will retire after the 2024 season as he continues to battle cancer with longtime assistant Kevin Schnall set to replace him. Read moreCCU baseball's Gilmore, ex-USCA coach, retiring after 2024 season
FORT WORTH, Texas — Emiliano Grillo atoned for a double bogey on the final hole by making a 5-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to beat Adam Schenk in the Charles Schwab Cup Challenge for the Argentine's first PGA Tour title in 7½ years. Read moreGrillo wins Colonial in a playoff, Stricker wins 2nd senior major at PGA