Wednesday marked the start of a new era for the Augusta GreenJackets, with the unveiling of a new team identity.
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The South Carolina Riverfront is building on its outdoor amenities.
A major announcement was made in Aiken Friday.
A North Augusta woman has started a Facebook campaign, “Christmas Joy for John,” aimed at collecting items for a local homeless man.
North Augusta Public Safety is taking an active role in preparing houses of worship for the unimaginable.
A classroom activity is touching the lives of our nation’s great heroes.
Some shoppers WJBF NewsChannel 6 spoke to say the underutilized Aiken Mall is not living up to its full potential during the holidays.
Thousands of shoppers braved the chilly morning to score some deals, and save a few bucks.
A campaign to stop texting and driving is in full-force on South Carolina roadways.
There was room for everyone at the table in Aiken on Thanksgiving.
Preparations were underway for a decade long Thanksgiving tradition in Aiken.
A local church prepared a Thanksgiving meal for the under-served population of Aiken County.
More than 45 million Americans are hitting the road to celebrate Thanksgiving with family.
An event venue in Aiken will start the new year under new management.
Many Aiken County students won’t go hungry over the Thanksgiving holiday break.
Aiken senior citizens are going home stuffed from a Thanksgiving dinner served by local law enforcement officers.
Selling surplus property is an additional source of revenue for Aiken County.
People living with Diabetes will soon be recognized with a day dedicated to raising awareness of the incurable disease.