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Friday, March 28, 2008

Pupils get advice at Career Lunch

NORTH AUGUSTA --- The message to pupils was simple -- work hard, excel in school, find what you love and you will succeed.
By J. Scott Trubey

Friday, March 21, 2008

Subdivision plans approved

The North Augusta Planning Commission unanimously approved Thursday development plans for three subdivisions that ultimately could bring hundreds of new residences to the city.
By Crystal Garcia and J. Scott Trubey

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Mother charged in death of infant

NORTH AUGUSTA --- A 24-year-old mother of three was charged Tuesday in the beating death of her 4-month-old daughter, police said.
By J. Scott Trubey

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Playing favorites

Belvedere Elementary School Principal Rod Greenway takes a pie to the face from Assistant Principal Stephanie Hammond (left) while a teacher waits to pile it on. Pupils spent 25 cents to vote on ...
By J. Scott Trubey

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Kids blitzed at church

Kathy Allen and her 3-year-old son Will watch his sister Sarah Beth play a game. Children's minister Dena Riley said the idea behind Kidz Blitz Live! was to use games and gags to teach children ...
By J. Scott Trubey

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Event has success with 9 units sold, more to come

NORTH AUGUSTA --- Nine of 25 available condominiums in a development overlooking the Savannah River and The River Golf Club sold at auction Wednesday.
By J. Scott Trubey

Event draws observers, bidders out for bargain

NORTH AUGUSTA --- Evans resident Timothy Heard did the beckoning of the auctioneer Wednesday, and got his piece of the North Augusta riverfront.
By J. Scott Trubey

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Coach becomes newest partner

NORTH AUGUSTA --- Arizona Cardinals coach and Augusta native Ken Whisenhunt has signed on as partner in the North Augusta Golf and Country Club, club officials and the coach confirmed Friday.
By J. Scott Trubey

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Condo prices will start at $95,000 at auction

NORTH AUGUSTA --- What would you pay for a condo next to a golf course along the Savannah River?
By J. Scott Trubey

Friday, Feb. 22, 2008

Plan would change SRS

NORTH AUGUSTA --- A federal agency unveiled a proposal Thursday that could transform the nation's nuclear weapons infrastructure and lead to the consolidation of tritium research at Savannah River ...
By J. Scott Trubey

Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2008

Late basket stings Jackets

NORTH AUGUSTA --- The North Augusta Yellow Jackets' state championship hopes came to an end Tuesday night when Wren's D.J. Brown hit a layup with 4.6 seconds left to give the Hurricanes a stunning ...
By J. Scott Trubey

Sunday, Feb. 17, 2008

Win is not about revenge

NORTH AUGUSTA --- North Augusta avenged last season's playoff defeat to Northwestern Saturday night and moved on to the AAAA quarterfinals, pulling away from the Trojans, 52-43, after a tight battle.
By J. Scott Trubey

Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008

City mulls uses

The future of the 80-year-old Fifth Street Bridge over the Savannah River might be one without vehicular traffic.
By Adam Folk and J. Scott Trubey

North Augusta rolls Hanna

NORTH AUGUSTA --- The North Augusta Yellow Jackets showed their speed and smarts Wednesday night, routing T.L. Hanna 68-45 in the opening round of the Class AAAA playoffs.
By J. Scott Trubey

Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2008

Riverfront apartments blocked

NORTH AUGUSTA --- The North Augusta City Council listened to the pleas of River North residents Monday night and denied a request by developers to build apartments along the Savannah River.
By J. Scott Trubey

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008

Waters, Sheridan are among 2008 inductees

The North Augusta Sports Commission will honor five sports figures for their achievements on the field or on the sidelines with induction to the city's sports hall of fame.
By J. Scott Trubey

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008

Development spurs concern

NORTH AUGUSTA --- Opponents of a proposed riverfront development in North Augusta pitched their case Monday to the mayor and city council.
By J. Scott Trubey

Farmer's tinkering leads to 'winter bonus' berries

NORTH AUGUSTA --- In a rarity for January, a North Augusta farm has strawberries in its fields. But they won't last forever.
By J. Scott Trubey

Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008

Officials settle into new home

The Greater North Augusta Chamber of Commerce moved out of its old offices Monday and into new digs it will share with a nonprofit economic development organization it helped create.
By J. Scott Trubey

Saturday, Dec. 29, 2007

Leaders aim to control growth

NORTH AUGUSTA - It's a familiar refrain for many Augusta-area cities , but booming growth and how to manage it again will be the themes for North Augusta in 2008, officials say.
By J. Scott Trubey

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