Aiken County Habitat for Humanity hit a milestone on Saturday, May 14. It was the first time in 34 years of building houses that they celebrat…
Increased water and sewer rates will be coming soon for Aiken residents.
In his speech to the Rotary Club of Aiken on Monday, Dr. Paul Newsom offered his audience some encouraging words about investing in digital currency.
As more companies mandate a return to the office, workers must readjust to pre-pandemic rituals like long commutes, juggling child care and physically interacting with colleagues
As more companies mandate a return to the office, workers must readjust to pre-pandemic rituals like long commutes, juggling child care and physically interacting with colleagues. But such routines have even gotten more stressful two years later. The transition marks yet another reset in a pandemic that has already taken a toll on Americans’ mental health. In response, many companies are now expanding virtual wellness workshops and offering benefits like meditation apps and virtual therapy. A lot is at stake. Untreated mental illness already costs society up to $300 billion annually due to lost productivity and associated costs due to absenteeism, employee turnover and increases in medical and disability expenses. Read more
At 2:07 a.m. on June 19, 2018, an Aiken County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled over a commerc… Read more
A proposed increase in water and sewer rates could be taking effect July 1. Read more
Allen Michael Johnson was arrested and charged with murder on Jan. 19, 2018. He sat in jail … Read more
Aiken County has heard its constituents loud and clear: Whiskey Road needs some work. Read more
Construction of the eighth and ninth Saltstone Disposal Units at the Savannah River Site could be completed ahead of time and under budget. Read more
PARIS — A year ago, Naomi Osaka left the French Open of her own volition, never beaten on the court but determining that she needed to pull out before the second round to stand up for herself and protect her mind. Read more
TULSA, Okla. — Justin Thomas barely remembers his first PGA Championship five years ago except for fans chanting his initials and the 7-iron he hit on the 17th that effectively won it for him. Read more