It’s been several months since the Aiken Litter Task Force was reintroduced, but the program seems to be working.
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Aiken Public Safety is strengthening ties to the community they serve – one cup of coffee at a time.
By 2022, Aiken County high school seniors could graduate with an Associate’s degree at no cost to them.
School leaders are working to offer a quality education tor all Aiken County students.
People who live in Bamberg and Barnwell Counties will once again have easy access to medical help.
Some residents of South Carolina’s 2nd congressional district are calling out their state representative for not hosting enough town halls.
Allendale County schools will begin the school year with new leadership, while remaining under state control, but it’s a fresh start for the…
State lawmakers and county leaders are building a sustainable source of energy in Aiken County.
South Carolina Governor, Henry McMaster addressing the crowd at the MTU Ameria Inc. solar panel dedication in Aiken County.
Former State Representative Chris Corley is battling Bipolar Disorder.
Former South Carolina State Representative Chris Corley’s lenient sentence is not sitting well with some anti-domestic violence advocates.
Some parts of the C.S.R.A .will be treated to one of the amazing wonders of the universe in just a few weeks.
Heather Corley has prepared a statement to be read to Judge Doyet A. Early III asking for leniency. She blames a previously undiagnosed bipo…
The University of South Carolina Aiken is expanding its footprint into the “All America City.”
Internal transformation are happening behind the scenes, to make the city of Aiken a more efficient municipality.
Efforts to attract big-box retailers to the Aiken Mall are moving forward.
If you bought a lottery ticket in Belvedere over the weekend, you better check your numbers, because you could be $100,000 dollars richer!
It’s been a few weeks since a tanker overturned and spilled fuel onto a state highway in Edgefield County.