“We crossed the finish line tonight without a tax hike,” said Aiken County Council Chairman Gary Bunker after the panel he heads unanimously approved the county’s budget for fiscal year 2019-2020 on Tuesday.
These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravatt Detention Center for June 17, 2019. Some names have already been printed and are not included below. Some of the people listed may not have actually spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released. Although those listed have b…
Customers who ate at Popeyes on York Street in Aiken may have been exposed to hepatitis A, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control.
The Aiken County Sheriff's Office investigated a shooting Tuesday in Belvedere, which left one individual hospitalized.
Some volunteers with the American Red Cross in Aiken were sent out to different states over the past several weeks in response to severe flooding causing hundreds, possibly thousands, to evacuate their homes.
Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA opened a new facility in downtown Aiken, with a ribbon cutting on Tuesday. The newly renovated space on Pendleton Street will serve as a training center and donation drop-off point.
Aiken Public Safety closed off parts of Richland Avenue and Highway 1 this morning after a commercial vehicle brought down power lines.
As summer gets into full swing and the Fourth of July is right around the corner, being aware of water safety is a must for anyone planning to soak in the sun.
The National Nuclear Security Administration's first in command, Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, on Monday announced a multimillion-dollar investment in a workforce-development initiative designed to address U.S. Department of Energy needs and bolster the Savannah River Site's future.
The Aiken Department of Public Safety’s former headquarters at 251 Laurens Street S.W. will remain a Public Safety facility.
These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravatt Detention Center for June 14-16, 2019. Some names have already been printed and are not included below. Some of the people listed may not have actually spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released. Although those listed hav…
If everything goes as scheduled, Aiken County Council will put the finishing touches on the county’s fiscal year 2019-2020 budget Tuesday.
NEW YORK — Gloria Vanderbilt, the intrepid heiress, artist and romantic who began her extraordinary life as the "poor little rich girl" of the Great Depression, survived family tragedy and multiple marriages and reigned during the 1970s and '80s as a designer jeans pioneer, died Monday at th…
A Hephzibah, Georgia, man was charged Friday in connection with an April 2018 burglary and sexual assault investigation involving a woman in Warrenville.
Fire Over Aiken provides excitement for the whole family, but it also gives local businesses the chance to showcase their wares to the community.
For a week out of the summer, special needs students in Aiken County got to participate in a free summer camp focused on art and music.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) wants to remind residents of the S.C. Farmers and Roadside Market App to find and buy fresh produce locally.
The Leavelle McCampbell School Alumni Association Board and Activity Members awarded nine scholarships to Midland Valley High seniors during the school's Senior Awards Day program.
The National Nuclear Security Administration's first in command, Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, is scheduled to announce a workforce development and education initiative Monday during a visit to Aiken Technical College.
A coalition of nuclear watchers and environmental groups on Friday night hosted a public forum in Aiken, during which speakers unloaded on the proposed plutonium pit production expansion at both the Savannah River Site and Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.
Many people know Mallory Holley as the marketing director of Security Federal Bank and the former executive director of the Community Medical Clinic of Aiken County.
When Alan Clark moved to Aiken in the middle of 2018, he found the city to have that "special charm" he hadn't found anywhere else in his years of travel and fell in love with the town.
Written and directed by graduating Youth Wing member Virginia Wayt, “The Princess Who Rescued Herself” will be offered free to the public starting June 19-21 for four performances.
Hundreds of timeshare owners – from at least 46 states – have lost thousands of dollars each to timeshare exit businesses that set up operations in recent years in and around Springfield, Missouri.
See and Serve America, a nonprofit, is seeking funding assistance and participants for its New Orleans Service Learning Teen Tour.
Aiken residents, visitors and St. Mary’s parishioners are being offered an open embrace by a recently installed statue memorializing St. Andre Bessette.
Alaine Sullivan has come a long way from her hometown in the Bahamas to USC Aiken. Despite only being in the area for two years, she has already spent countless hours of her own time making Aiken a better place to live.
Young women's vocal ensembles Belles Canto (grades 8-12) and Bellini (grades 4-7) performed their spring concert under the direction of Diane Haslam at Trinity United Methodist Church on Sunday, June 9.
AUGUSTA — Hundreds of troops based at Fort Gordon celebrated a birthday Friday, marking the 244th anniversary of the Army's establishment, and observing the fact that the military's largest branch dates back slightly farther than the country itself.
- Dr. Katie Briscoe named Silver Bluff High principal
- Aiken Steeplechase Association to move its races from Bruce's Field by fall of 2021
- DHEC: Possible hepatitis A exposure reported at Popeyes in Aiken
- Involvement with Aiken Horsepower 'uplifts' couple who lost son
- First woman, a sixth Republican, joins race for S.C. House District 84 seat
- Can Sanders beat Trump? 'Absolutely,' says famed actor, activist Danny Glover during Aiken visit
- Three people arrested, charged following search of Polaris Drive home in Aiken
- Police bookings for June 15
- Mallory Holley: Rotarian of the Year has hunted for success and found it in Aiken
- NNSA announces $5M boost to Savannah River Site workforce, education program
- Most Wanted by Aiken County Sheriff's Office: June 15
- Aiken County Animal Shelter pets for adoption for June 15
- Blessing the statue of St. André Bessette.
- Thursday Market in the Alley 2019
- Area football teams hit the field for 7-on-7 action
- Peach Stands
- Food Tour
- Teen Cuisine at the Aiken Senior and Youth Center
- Most Wanted by Aiken County Sheriff's Office: June 8
- Silver Bluff High School Graduation