John Richard Irby and Tarnya Elaine Barfield applied for a marriage license November 12, 2015 and were married July 2, 2016 in Martinez
Derek Octavius Carnell Griffin and Shikeema Christina Douglass applied for a marriage license Feb.
How about putting away glass slippers, dreams of a perfect candidate or electing someone to satisfy our every whim, and accepting that there are no princes - or, perhaps in this case, princesses - on the ballot. Let's examine each candidate thoroughly, determine which ideology is best for the future, the benefit of the most citizens possible, not just for the short term, and vote that ticket. Now that slipper just might fit.
The Supreme Court's latest decision makes things clear: the Roe v. Wade decision is not going to be overturned. Legislatures that try to get around this will be slapped down. Will that stop lawmakers from trying? Of course not. But it seems likely that those measures won't be treated kindly.
Aiken Technical College's retiring president has received South Carolina's highest civilian award - the Order of the Palmetto.
The award was presented to Dr. Susan A. Winsor by members of the Aiken County Legislative Delegation on behalf of Gov.
The race for State House District 81 tightened a bit after absentee and provisional ballots were counted, but Bart Blackwell still emerged the winner, by 33 votes.
Turnout was so low - 7 percent - that the percentages changed only slightly.
North Augusta's Department of Public Safety threw a party for a bunch of kids on a recent Sunday, but it was a party with a purpose. Most of the attendees - as many as 200 of them - were autistic children and their parents.
A local gun club is opening its doors for its first annual Shoot for Charity.
S.H.A.R.P.E. Shooters will hold the competition Saturday, July 30, with proceeds benefitting both the Golden Harvest Food Bank and the Augusta Warrior Project.