Aviation history is coming to the CSRA.
The first of the North Augusta Cultural Arts 's summer concert series, Music in the Park, took place the evening of May 12.
Lagers, IPAs and cold draft ales and beers on tap, the Augusta Craft Beer Festival returned to SRP Park on May 7 for the first time since 2019.
For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of North Augusta hosted a National Day of Prayer breakfast on May 5.
Bike riding for cancer research is one way to inspire a community.
Several Chick-fii-A employees at the North Augusta location received college scholarship.
George Forbes, who helped create and research the Hamburg and Hampton Terrace exhibits that are on display at the North Augusta Arts and Heritage Center, was presented with the Robert N. Pryor…
Taking flight and learning how to soar is something that North Augusta High School teacher Travis Spears wants to pass down to his students.
Disposing of prescription drugs and unwanted medications has never been easier.
An amp, a microphone and small audience sit on a wooden deck in the spring heat on a Saturday in April. With all eyes locked onto the performer, the audience of about 30 was silent.
The Aiken County Veterans Council is hosting a sleep out to support homeless veterans Saturday night.
A new book detailing the extensive history of Hamburg was recently published by local author Barbara Seaborn.
On-site interviews and even job offers for Aiken Regional Medical Centers new freestanding ER are in the offing this Thursday, May 5, when the health system will hold a hiring event at the Crowne Plaza from 2-6 p.m.
A new restaurant, only available via Door Dash and Uber Eats, is opening in Augusta this week.
Children surrounded by parents and chaperones flooded through the gates at SRP Park for Education Day during a recent Augusta GreenJackets game.
Beads, necklaces and other accessories are laid out on a card table at a local festival show. For Amy Hammarlund, owner of Senn Designs in Augusta, Georgia, she creates beaded jewelry inspired…
With focuses on academics and leadership, North Augusta High School inducted students into the National Honor Society.
The legacy of the once famous Hampton Terrace Hotel, perched at the top of the hill in North Augusta, is getting its own historical exhibit.
North Augusta’s Glen Schmolze was recently awarded Legionnaire of the Year for Legion Post 71.
Music in the Park, a summer concert series, is returning to North Augusta after a two year COVID-19 hiatus.
A new art exhibit featuring CSRA artists and photographers opened earlier this month in North Augusta.
Two mayors presided over the city of North Augusta on April 18: Briton Williams and Lia Murphy, a senior at North Augusta High School.
Giving away books for the community is something that the North Augusta Junior Women’s League has been doing for years.
Several cycling races are coming to downtown Augusta within the next month that will impact traffic.
Lines wrapped around SRP Park to get a quick snapshot of one thing: the Atlanta Braves' 2021 World Series trophy.
Paddle, paddle, paddle your kayak fiercely down the river? Okay, not the same ring to it but North Augusta did announce this week the details for its first ever river event. And yes, paddle races on the Savannah are the main pull.
A weekend short film contest is taking place in the CSRA.
Single-lane closures on the 13th Street Bridge, which connects Georgia and South Carolina over the Savannah River, will begin Monday, April 25.
Making the streets of Augusta cleaner one volunteer at a time, Operation Clean City in downtown Augusta works to help beautify the city.
An installation sculpture project in Augusta’s Laney Walker neighborhood is looking for artists from the Southeast.
Arcade game and entertainment company Dave & Buster’s will be opening in Augusta in the near future.
Photographer Casey Scoszinski is focused on his hobby. He can talk about cameras, lenses, and settings for hours. Just ask, and he will tell you about the first camera he bought, the latest le…
Wrapped up and down the light poles of Georgia Avenue, teal ribbons infused with sparkles are tied neatly into bows.
Lamere Johnson, a student at Johnston Elementary School, is preparing to make another medical trip to Charleston for the possibility of a heart transplant.
A lane closure on I-20 Eastbound at the state line is planned for Monday night.
Popcorn, cracker jacks, seventh inning stretches and more. Baseball is almost back.
The 18th annual Rock Fore! Dough event, featuring Darius Rucker and other country music stars went off, but not without any bumps in the road.
As the azaleas bloom along the North Augusta Greeneway, the sounds of live music will return as part of Masters week entertainment.
Rock Fore! Dough, a Masters week concert event featuring Darius Rucker, Jordan Davis and more, has changed venues due to forecasted inclement weather.
A new yoga studio, located in a pink house in North Augusta, is hard to miss.
Editor's note: This article has been updated from its original form to reflect updated event information.
As Masters tournament week approaches, some professional golfers took time out their day to visit and teach the sport to the upcoming generation.
Applications for summer leadership courses, offered through the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce, have opened up.
Sounds of a symphonic orchestra could be heard from the Etherredge Center at the USCA campus on March 28 during the Garcia Orchestra Festival.
Thousands of people each year flock to Augusta National Golf Club to get a chance to experience one of the biggest golf tournaments of the year.