Marriage Licenses, April 27, 2014
Divorces, April 27, 2014
Police Blotter, April 27, 2014
Marshall Square Retirement Resort is still under construction, but is open for business.
Country trio Lady Antebellum is performing a concert Tuesday to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Augusta.
The Evans High School Knights beat Lakeside 10-2 Friday night, earning a No. 3 seed in the upcoming GHSA Class AAAAA state baseball tournament.
A Grovetown man was seriously injured when his ex-girlfriend shot him after he assaulted another man in her home.
The Greenbrier High School Wolfpack beat Houston County 2-1 to win the Region 2-AAAAA boys soccer championship Wednesday night.
The Lakeside High School Lady Panthers beat Greenbrier 2-0 to win the Region 2-AAAAA girls soccer title.
No one was injured in a Monday fire that damaged a Winfield home.
COLUMBIA - Aiken County residents who were injured at work may find that one of the people involved in their fate is someone they know.
Despite this year's unusually cold and stormy weather, strawberry crops seem to be unaffected.
Three out of four families live paycheck to paycheck. These hardworking mothers and fathers manage to feed their families, provide for their children and plan for the future while spending within their means.
Cops and Calabash
Several agencies are coming together to help raise funds for the South Carolina Special Olympics in the fourth annual Cops and Calabash event.
Today from 4 to 9 p.m.
These are the bookings for the North Augusta Department of Public Safety for April 11-15. Suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
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