Orion Jeter is a people person, with his motivation in life being to assist others.
A religious and community leader in Aiken is getting ready to depart.
Many hotels across the United States have done away with daily housekeeping service, making what was already one of the toughest jobs in the hospitality industry even more grueling
Many hotels across the United States have done away with daily housekeeping service, making what was already one of the toughest jobs in the hospitality industry even more grueling. Industry insiders say the move away from daily cleaning, which gained traction during the pandemic, is driven by customer preferences. But others say it has more to do with profit and that it's allowed hotels to cut their number of housekeepers. The change comes at a time when many of the mostly immigrant women who take these jobs are still reeling from lost work during coronavirus shutdowns. Read more
GRANITEVILLE — Commercial, industrial and residential development along Bettis Academy Road has created one of Aiken County’s busiest corridors. Read more
As work finishes up on a new affordable housing apartment complex, Aiken City Council held a… Read more
Newberry Street's inclusion in Aiken's Project Pascalis has been a controversial topic, and … Read more
Increased water and sewer rates will be coming soon for Aiken residents. Read more
At 2:07 a.m. on June 19, 2018, an Aiken County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled over a commerc… Read more
The Defense Waste Processing Facility and most of the rest of the liquid waste operations at the Savannah River Site will be shut down this month while the acid used in the vitrification process is changed. Read more
PARIS — It's been so long since No. 1-ranked Iga Swiatek lost — 31 matches in a row — and even since she ceded so much as a set — that last happened more than a month ago — that she could be forgiven if she couldn't recall how to react when in trouble on a tennis court. Read more
FORT WORTH, Texas — This has been a good week in North Texas for Scott Stallings, first qualifying for the U.S. Open that will be played less than an hour from where he was born and now sharing the lead at Colonial with top-ranked Scottie Scheffler and Beau Hossler. Read more
It is wonderful that Aiken is interested in improving the city. How unfortunate, however, that they have squandered the opportunity to create a project that would not only enhance the beauty of Aiken but would also demonstrate an exemplary development that would be a model for the rest of th… Read more