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After just a few, but joyful months off from last year's Kitten Season, the SPCA Albrecht Center is already back in the throes of the... [Read More]
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After months of consultation and review, the Aiken City Council on Monday unanimously approved a $63 million budget for the coming fiscal year. [Read More]
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President Joe Biden used his first appearance at a NATO summit since taking office to call on Russian President Vladimir Putin to step back from... [Read More]
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While Vice President Kamala Harris visited the Greenville area Monday to promote the federal government's COVID-19 vaccination campaign, South Carolina Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette was... [Read More]
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As efforts to unify South Carolina in the fight against COVID-19 continue, state public health officials are asking residents to support COVID-19 Vaccine Action Week... [Read More]
The mother of a British teenager killed in a road accident involving a U.S. diplomat's wife says she is hopeful of progress in the stalled... [Read More]
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Police in Aiken responded to a call of shots fired at Smith-Hazel Park. [Read More]
"Time it was,... [Read More]
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As efforts to unify South Carolina in the fight against COVID-19 continue, state public health officials are asking residents to support COVID-19 Vaccine Action Week... [Read More]
An Aiken County pool business owner, arrested Thursday morning for breach of trust, is now charged with additional offenses. [Read More]
"For the Beauty of the Earth," a fundraiser that also raised awareness about environmental concerns, was held Sunday at the home of Jack Wetzel in... [Read More]
BRAVES 6, MARLINS 4... [Read More]
Plans are in place for a pair of simultaneous Flag Day events Monday, offering an opportunity for the ceremonial retirement – by fire – of... [Read More]
The school year has ended for kids in our area. Long summer days to play, sleep in and relax are an important part of growing... [Read More]
Much discussion and activity related to the litter situation in Aiken County over the years led to the creation of Keep Aiken County Beautiful, which... [Read More]
Jack Benjamin, a 34-year Aiken resident and chair of the Joye in Aiken Jazz Camp Committee, is helping to bring music education to area youth. [Read More]
The letter by Mr. Stubblefield published on June 4 largely was his analysis of the origin of human rights from which he draws the conclusion... [Read More]
This past year the COVID-19 pandemic reduced the musical flow to a trickle. Our hometown symphony orchestra, due to pandemic restrictions, was unable to offer... [Read More]
This information has been gathered from public information available at qpublic.schneidercorp.com. [Read More]
"God created marriage. No government subcommittee envisioned it. No social organization developed it. Marriage was conceived and born in the mind of God." — Max... [Read More]
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