NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WJBF) — Friday morning, Augusta GreenJackets president Jeff Eiseman gave us a look at what the team’s new ballpark will…
It’s been more than 2 weeks since North Augusta’s new mayor took the oath of office.
A local school district is working to overcome crowded classrooms.
It’s been 5 years in the making, but the City of North Augusta announced the official groundbreaking for Project Jackson on Wednesday.
The expansion of Riverview Park is forcing North Augusta to dip into funds for other city projects.
Augusta, Ga. (WJBF) — From the overhaul of Obamacare to the firing of FBI Director James Comey, there are plenty of headlines coming out of …
Fixing South Carolina roads is going to cost drivers at the pump.
On Thursday, the Senate passed a measure to stiffen penalties for endangerment of a highway workers and emergency personnel by a vehicle.
Next week, Aiken County parents have a chance to voice their opinions about rezoning District 3.
A law that takes effect July 1 will eventually provide more than $600 million annually to fix South Carolina’s crumbling roadways.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster followed through on his promise and vetoed legislation Tuesday night that would have raised the state’s g…
U.S. Congressman Jeff Duncan continued his annual ‘First Responders Tour’ through Johnston, South Carolina.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch and for Aiken County students those lunches could cost more next year.
President Donald Trump’s first one hundred days are over, and now it is time to look back. That is the focus of this edition of the Means Re…
Restoration efforts on Aiken’s African-American Cultural Center have been inching along for more than a decade.
After years of being ignored, Aiken’s aging infrastructure is finally getting a much-needed face-lift.
Cyclists and motorists could soon be sharing more Aiken roads.
An international military defense manufacturer is creating 120 new jobs in Aiken County.