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STAFF PHOTO BY AVERY WILKS Warren Jones is calling it quits after a 34-year career in the home improvement business.
A 65-year-old Aiken man reported fraud on Monday after an unknown person used his medical insurance information to receive services multiple times at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.
A man who allegedly shoplifted a television from an Aiken store allegedly fled after police initiated a traffic stop on him and his accused accomplice, according to the Aiken Department of Public Safety.
Staff photo by Derrek Asberry Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, right, said the Savannah River Site's MOX program would need sustainable funding to continue construction.
Three members of Aiken City Council will hold their last committee meeting on Wednesday to talk about what skills and experience each wants in the next city manager.
A recent report ranked South Carolina among the country's worst states in the overall well-being of its children, and the latest data reveals Aiken County is no exception.
Forecasters with the National Weather Service said Aiken likely missed the severe thunderstorms traveling toward the coastal area of the state; however, the area is expected to see the residual effects which include cooler, dryer temperatures over the next day or two.
STAFF PHOTO BY ROB NOVIT Following his speech at the Aiken Rotary Club on Monday, Will Williams, left, shares a laugh with Gary Stooksbury, the Aiken Electric Cooperative CEO.
Aiken businesswoman Delores 'Dee' Crawford has been elected vice chairman of the South Carolina Arts Commission Board of Commissioners.
SUBMITTED PHOTO Educators Karen and Bobby Cue have been long-time advocates of providing more hands-on math and science instruction.
STAFF PHOTO BY DEDE BILES George Clary, left foreground, and Linda McLellan congratulate Brittany McNear for earning her GED during a recognition event that was held for graduates of Christ Central's North Campus GED preparation program.
Staff photo by Derrek Asberry John Speer, left, and Wilson Miles, co-owners of Crescent Armory, said they will be ready to open their doors on Tuesday.
SUBMITTED PHOTO Christina Cue, a staffer with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, takes a 'selfie' with Shaun Livingston, the outgong HUD Secretary, during an event in his honor.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 05:32 am
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