Investigators are currently searching the area of Dixie Clay Road and Pine Log Road for a suspect considered armed & dangerous.
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The Allendale County Board of Education is using taxpayer money to sue the state.
Small quantities of special nuclear material were improperly shipped to Aiken County.
There are just a few more days to file for the vacant Aiken County Chairman seat.
On Friday, Governor Henry McMaster stopped through Aiken to talk new-age education and jobs in South Carolina.
The Allendale County Board of Education filed an injunction against the South Carolina Department of Education.
On Wednesday, a special parade skated straight right through downtown Aiken.
Flags were flown at half-staff in honor of former South Carolina Representative Skipper Perry.
A local drive-in theater could lose thousands of dollars in ticket sales, after a storm left 2 of the big screens out of commission.
North Augusta city leaders were hit with a costly surprise in the Riverside Village construction.
South Carolina State Schools Superintendent declared Allendale County schools under a State of Emergency.
South Carolina Representative Bill Taylor introduced a bill to make it illegal to spray within one thousand feet from a school, during regul…
South Carolina’s longest running Peach Festival is happening on Saturday.
Another essential piece of Riverside Village was approved by the North Augusta Planning Commission.
The Trenton Correctional Institute riot didn’t pose a threat to the community, but it’s still in the back of people’s minds.
Low pay and zero incentives are making it hard for South Carolina’s Department of Education to hire qualified mechanics.
Modifications to South Carolina’s fire-prone school buses aren’t making them any safer.
A new 24 hour emergency care center is going to give Barnwell residents more healthcare options.