To Rogan Gibson, the Murdaughs were like a second family. He grew up with their sons, Paul and Buster, hunting, fishing and driving ATVs on the family's spacious Colleton County estate. But on Feb. 1, he became a star witness in the state's double murder case against the family patriarch, Alex Murdaugh.
The first 3.3 miles were laid in 1995, and the North Augusta Greeneway continues to influence city planning almost 30 years later.
The city of Aiken is asking for an appeal filed challenging plans to construct a grocery store and shopping center to be dismissed or denied.
Umoja Village and Aiken County Branch NAACP held a community town to speak and discuss issues with Aiken residents.
The city of Aiken is asking for an appeal filed challenging plans to construct a grocery store and shopping center to be dismissed or denied. Read moreCity of Aiken says Silver Bluff Road grocery store appeal should be dismissed or denied
Eight motions made by defendants in the July 5 lawsuit filed to stop Project Pascalis are se… Read moreEight Project Pascalis lawsuit motions to be heard March 1
Aiken honored the man credited with helping transform The Alley in downtown Aiken and the fo… Read moreSam Erb, Carmen Landy receive Aiken Awards from city
Aiken's potential new plans for the properties that were to be included in Project Pascalis … Read morePlans to build Savannah River National Laboratory workforce center in downtown Aiken draw mostly praise
Another bridge across the Norfolk Southern-owned railway through downtown Aiken has been clo… Read moreAnother downtown Aiken bridge closed due to structural issues
The Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site recently made the first shipment of downblended surplus plutonium from the site’s K Area, a momentous milestone culminating from multiple years of effort to remove plutonium from the state of South Carolina. Read moreFirst shipment of downblended surplus plutonium from SRS’s K Area leaves S.C.
A federal judge has denied a bid by LIV Golf to receive communications between the PGA Tour and 10 additional Augusta National members to part of its discovery process. LIV wanted PGA Tour board members and retired commissioner Tim Finchem to provide all communications with Augusta National members. The list was narrowed to four club employees and seven members. Among the additional members was former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. LIV alleges she attempted to persuade the Justice Department not to investigate the tour. The judge says the request for communications with more club members is overly burdensome and not in proportion to the needs of the litigation. Read moreJudge denies LIV plea to expand discovery to Augusta members
From my perspective right is right and wrong is wrong as long as you have the evidence to prove your case. Read moreLetter: Be ware of unreliable phone service