A property with 170-plus years worth of history to tell is soon to take on a new role, having shifted from plantation to dairy to, soon, a mixed-use subdivision with housing, stores, a biergarten and event space for weddings and parties.
Aiken County Council District 4 candidates David Beja and Kelley Mobley answer questions regarding the issues affecting the people in their district.
Welcome back to our video series recognizing three seniors from the Aiken Youth Orchestra. Watch as the seniors perform J. S. Bach's "Bist Du Bei Mir," in lieu of the 2020 Spring concert.
Join us at the Aiken Center for the Arts, as three seniors from the Aiken Youth Orchestra perform Jay Ungar's "Ashokan Farewell", in lieu of the 2020 Spring Concert. More videos coming soon. Still haven't subscribed click here for a digital subscription: https://bit.ly/MJ-Promo
Coronavirus Heroes Episode 3: Welcome back to our video series that highlights our local heroes during the COVID-19 outbreak. Teresa McKinney has been the produce department manager at Bi-Lo on Pine Log Road for 10 years. Watch this video to see how customers have made her feel appreciated t…
Aiken's Coronavirus Heroes Episode 1: This video series highlights our local heroes during the COVID-19 outbreak. Alexis Washington is a family nurse practitioner at Rural Health Services. Watch this video to learn how life has changed for her during this pandemic. For more stories on Aiken'…
To celebrate Earth Day the Aiken Standard partners with the City of Aiken Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism to plant more than 200 seeds at Generations Park.
South Aiken Baptist Christian School holds a parade to celebrate former art teacher, Dianne George, who has recovered from the coronavirus.
As South Carolina's coronavirus outbreak worsens, some people are increasingly turning to personal protective equipment as a way to shield themselves when completing essential tasks that require a visit to a public place, like a grocery store.
"Teddy Bear Hunting" is taking place in local neighborhoods as a community effort to follow the social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus outbreak and also give children an exciting activity in which to participate. Residents should communicate with their own neighborhoods to find …
The Staley Family Exhibit at the Aiken Center for The Arts displays the art work of a mother, father and daughter. Today on the Front Page, we interview two of the artists to learn more about the exhibit that runs until March 20th. Plus, your leading local stories.
"It was a combination of luck and skill." Today on the Front Page, we interview the Aiken County Scripps National Spelling Bee winner. Plus, your leading local stories.
The Beautiful People Gala aims to raise awareness and funds for the Salvation Army Shelter . Today on the Front Page, we interview the event organizer and learn what to expect from the gala. Plus, your leading local stories.
Pulling inspiration from Jimmy Fallon and LL Cool J, the ADDA Lip Sync battle is back. Today on the Front Page, we find out what to expect from this year's event. Plus, your leading local stories.
History comes alive at East Aiken School of the Arts. Today on the Front Page, come learn some history as students put on a living wax museum.
Parents crowd around to watch their students showcase their Mandarin Chinese skills. Today on the front page, we sit in on a 30 minute Mandarin presentation at Belvedere Elementary School. Plus, your leading local stories.
With January being Interfaith Harmony Month, today on the Front Page we sit in on a lecture about Islam. Plus, your leading local stories.
Calling all tigers. Watch as Clemson and LSU fans both make predictions about the national championship game. Which team do you think will win?
Here's a sneak peek into our national championship pregame show. Today on the Front Page, enjoy commentary from both Clemson and LSU fans. The full show will air Monday. Plus, your leading local stories.
The 49th Annual Christmas Craft Show Opens. Today on the Front Page, we learn what it takes to make one vendor's unique Christmas trees. Plus, your leading local stories.
The USCA new program is a Liberal Arts Degree that allows students to focus their studies in an individualized area of music. Today on the Front Page, we interview a student that is a part of the program. Plus, your leading local stories.