North Augusta Middle School's PTO is selling t-shirts in an effort to "put a sting in cancer". The phrase "North Augusta Put a Sting in Cancer" appears on the front of the neon safety pink shirt. Orders are being accepted through Monday.
As the children played on the playground at Grace United Methodist Church on Saturday, their parents gathered in a semicircle and held devotion.
The Play Time…Prayer Time activity began in late June and the group has met several times since then.
National Recovery Month observed
The Aiken Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Services, Second Judicial Circuit Alcohol Enforcement Team and the Substance Abuse Free Environment Team will have a panel discussion and art exhibit Tuesday in observance of National Recovery Month.
Counterfeit bills passed
An Augusta woman was accused of passing counterfeit bills at two North Augusta bingo locations. According to a North Augusta Public Safety incident report, the owner of Paradise Bingo and Shamrock Bingo reported Sept.
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