Taylor Daniel Sheets and Laurel Leigh Smith applied for a marriage license May 23 and were married Sept. 10 in Appling
George Aaron Upton and Alison Beth Albert applied for a marriage license June 30 and were married Aug.
During halftime shows in October, the Evans High School Marching Knights will wear pink plumes as part of their uniform that can be purchased in memory of or for a loved one. Donations will sponsor one plume.
Four engineers from Savannah River Remediation spent a day recently with children at the Aiken County Recreation Center Day Camp to teach them science, technology, engineering and math principles, and what being an engineer is all about, according to a news release.
Austin Chandler, Jeff Iaukea, Ch...
At the conclusion of a hearing Wednesday in Richmond County Superior Court, Judge James G. Blanchard Jr. ruled the videotaped statement was legally obtained, freely given and is admissible as evidence during Glenn V. Riggs II' trial.
One look at Elaine Ergle's wildlife portraits will give the viewer insight into her love of all animals. "Since I was a child in school I loved to sketch animals; and still, that's what I really like to do. Animals and wildlife," she said.
Music in the Park: Savannah River Winds: 7 p.m. May 19, Maude Edenfield Park, 495 Brookside Ave.; sponsored by the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council, the city of North Augusta, University Health Care System, and First Citizens Bank; bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy; naartscouncil.org.
As trouble waters touch our lives and skies turn blue to gray
As dreams we have just fall apart what can we do or say
We must believe and we must try to move on beyond those things
And pray that God will help us, Then we’ll hear Angel wings
The whisper of a breeze went by as my head was bent in ...
Aiken County settled many of its races in the primary election in June, but voters will decide on the next sheriff, U.S. senator, U.S. representative from District 2, and state senator from District 26.
Incumbent U.S. Sen.
Deonne Whaley was in the middle of praising the good folks at the University of South Carolina Aiken when history professor Beth Georgian walked in with a plate of homemade molasses cookies. It was one more example of just how hospitable Aiken County was to the coastal residents fleeing Hurricane Matthew.