Work on the Hitchcock Parkway Corridor Improvement Project is continuing in Aiken, but it won’t be finished this year.
Marcus and Crystal Ryan knew early on that they had a young horse with a lot of potential in their care, and Private Creed lived up to that promise.
The plan to construct a 330-unit market rate townhome rental community on Aiken's Northside has received the first of two approvals from the A…
What many Americans hoped would be the first normal holiday season in three years has instead been thrown into crisis by inflation, with Christmas on the horizon
What many Americans hoped would be the first normal holiday season in three years has instead been thrown into crisis by inflation, with Christmas on the horizon. Food banks and charities across the country are reporting higher than expected levels of food insecurity as prices rise and food becomes less accessible to millions of American families. Although the pandemic has largely faded, months of rising prices have driven working families back to the food bank lines. And that's left charitable organizations struggling to meet the demand. Read moreHigher food prices worsen hunger crisis this holiday season
The plan to construct a 330-unit market rate townhome rental community on Aiken's Northside has received the first of two approvals from the Aiken City Council. Read moreNorthside townhome rental community gets first approval from Aiken City Council
The Aiken City Council gave the final approval for a proposal to build a 47,270 square foot … Read moreAiken City Council gives final approval to Silver Bluff grocery store
The Aiken City Council is expected to consider the proposal to build a 47,270 square foot sp… Read moreAiken City Council to consider final approval of Silver Bluff grocery store Monday
When the annual Palmetto Bowl battle between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Clemson Ti… Read morePalmetto Bowl between South Carolina and Clemson divides Aiken County state delegation
South Carolina's voters have spoken: The state will increase the amount of its rainy day funds. Read moreSouth Carolina voters approve rainy day fund increases
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C, could be one of 13 Republican senators to delay a final vote on a bill that would recommend fully funding the pit production facility at the Savannah River Site until until the Senate votes on an amendment ending the Department of Defense's COVID-19 vaccine m… Read moreU.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, others look to end military vaccine mandate
American soccer hopes to be ascendant, to challenge the NFL, Major League Baseball and the NBA in the competition for U.S. market share
American soccer hopes to be ascendant, to challenge the NFL, Major League Baseball and the NBA in the competition for U.S. market share. Reaching the final 16 with Tuesday night’s 1-0 win over Iran was another step for a team whose success is measured in television viewers and buzz along with final scores. A victory on Saturday against the Netherlands would put the U.S. in the quarterfinals for the first time since 2002. The status of Christian Pulisic is uncertain after he bruised his pelvis crashing into the goalkeeper while scoring against Iran. Read moreIran win another step as U.S. soccer tries to boost interest
The PGA Tour referred to Rory McIlroy and Lydia Ko as golf royalty because they ruled the golf world this year. They had great years, no doubt. But neither won a major. And when it comes the PGA Tour, such a label dismisses Scottie Scheffler and ignores Cameron Smith. Both won more than McIlroy. Each won a major. What men's golf had this year was three great years by three players. What makes McIlroy stand out is winning the points title on two tours. And mostly it's for his strong voice of support for the PGA Tour in its fight with LIV Golf. Read moreColumn: 3 great years in golf, 2 of them already forgotten
I read with amusement and familiarity Jeff Wallace's Nov. 20 column, "The Invisible Man and our Court System." I agree with his sentiment that we senior citizens should not automatically be dismissed as jurors due to our age. Rather, for all the reasons Jeff expressed, we should be welcomed … Read moreLetter: Cell phone makes juror want to disappear