What if you were told that 95 percent of Georgia’s roads are asphalt, even though that may not always be the best value for the money?
“The whole point of competition in the market is to create economic efficiency, which, by its very nature, means eliminating the less-efficient producers,” eco...
The Jarrell family was running on the North Augusta Greeneway on Saturday when the second annual Art Walk caught their attention.
"We're from New York City so we're always trying to find things with culture for the children.
More than 300,000 gallons of gasoline have leaked from Texas-based energy company Kinder Morgan's pipeline in Belton, S.C., since a structural failure was reported in December, says the Savannah Riverkeeper.
COLUMBIA - South Carolina's transportation department has given a Texas company permission to conduct surveys on a state right-of-way in preparation for a pipeline route study, part of a plan to build a controversial petroleum pipeline.
COLUMBIA - Despite concerns of opening a Pandora's Box of compensation claims and expenses, a bipartisan group of South Carolina senators is pushing to extend workers' compensation to first responders diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Whether you're opening a new business or having a yard sale, signs are key to directing people to you.
However, knowing where signs are allowed, their allowable size and other regulations are just as important.
North Augusta Public Safety officers have a new addition to their uniforms - body cameras.
The cameras began being used department-wide Friday after being approved in February by North Augusta City Council.
Wheelchair tennis event
Walton Foundation for Independence will hold its fifth annual Wheelchair Tennis Championship event Friday through Sunday at Newman Tennis Center, 3103 Wrightsboro Road in Augusta.