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Staff photo by Derrek Asberry Gov. Nikki Haley said she was impressed with the construction of the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility during a press conference on Monday after she toured the facility.
Aiken Standard file photo In late March, Aiken High School sophomore Aaron Harrison gets his pencils ready for the High School Assessment Program, also known as HSAP and the exit exam.
Five of the break-ins were reported on Whiskey Road, Corporate Parkway and South Aiken Lane between 6:15 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Friday.
With a freshly renovated city hall and a new community center, New Ellenton officials are now trying to realize their city's full potential.
Several days ago, this Examiner wrote about six beautiful German Shepherds in Aiken, SC who were facing being turned in to a county shelter, where they would be euthanized if their heartworm test was positive.
Senate Bill 813 would make it a misdemeanor for someone to refuse to leave a library after being asked to do so by a library staff member, or to return to the library after being banned.
Area residents are invited to a public drop-in session to share comments and ask questions pertaining to the Edgefield Highway Corridor Planning Study on Thursday.
The Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement, also known as CERRA, announced the addition of USCA to the program.
"How could you be sick of a such a magnificent song that's had such a rise?" said Ketch Secor, who also plays fiddle, banjo and harmonica, in the band.
Golf in this area of S Carolina and Georgia is known for its large elevation changes.
The South Fork of the Edisto River recently was included on a list of the nation's 10 most endangered waterways by American Rivers, a national environmental group.
Staff photo by Teddy Kulmala Christina Freeman, left, models a purse while Tonyia Hood looks through stuffed animals at the Brothers and Sisters of Aiken County community service project on Friday.
STAFF PHOTO BY AMY BANTON Suzette Meyers, left, with her daughter Meghan Green and grandson Cameron, dance along to the music during the Hopelands Concert Series in 2013.
STAFF PHOTO BY ROB NOVIT These South Aiken High School students are enthused about a new program called the Leadership Group - helping them learn ways they can impact the school's culture.
Staff photo by Maayan Schechter Aiken County Building Inspector Paul Worrall, left, and Aiken County Official Building Inspector Rick Hallman check off electrical work at the new Aiken County Government Center on Thursday.