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James Gallman, a retired educator and civil rights activist, grew up on Sumter Street right here in Aiken. In this video, Gallman shares how he believes education and communication have the power to create unity.

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Welcome back to our "How to" video series. In this episode, join us as we learn how to make a pinch pot.

Welcome to our "How to" video series. In this episode, learn how to vote absentee by mail in four easy steps. If you have any additional questions, call the State Election Commission at (803) 734-9060.

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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…

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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'…

Aiken Regional Medical Centers' healthcare workers are surprised at shift change with a parade, to encourage them as they battle the COVID-19 outbreak.

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"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 …

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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.

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Watch the full video to see top spellers compete in the annual Aiken County Scripps National Spelling Bee. The winner will travel to Washington, D.C., to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee with America's best spellers.

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City of Aiken officials met Friday with representatives of the Woodside Plantation Property Owners Association to discuss the ongoing deer management program. The Aiken Manager visited the Aiken Standard to share more about the situation.

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The 5th annual ADDA Lip Sync Battle featured such acts as the Jackson 5, NSYNC and Lizzo. Today on the Front Page, we offer you a recap of the event. Plus, your leading local stories.

Aiken High school student Brandon Pope learns what it takes to be a journalist for the day.

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Holding hands court side to show a symbol of unity. Today on the Front Page, we interview the organizer of this peaceful demonstration. 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.

Reporter Colin Demarest will head a new series discussing the biggest current political issues. Watch this video to learn how to have your voice heard throughout the series.

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The Core 4 program honors alumni who embrace USC Aiken's values. Today on the front page, we interview an USCA Alumni Executive Committee member for the details of this new program. Plus, your leading local stories.

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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.

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