Michelle Guffey


Re-enactor talks about Buffalo Soldiers

AIKEN --- About 35 students at the Lloyd-Kennedy Charter School learned Wednesday about the Buffalo Soldiers and their contribution to history and... Read more

Documentary tells story of communities lost

AIKEN --- It was 1951. The war in Europe and the Pacific had been over for six years, but another war was brewing, one of opposing ideologies.... Read more

Aiken officials weigh next decade's projects

AIKEN --- More than $201 million in capital improvement projects are being considered by Aiken officials for inclusion in the city's comprehensive... Read more

Rezoning effort for business is blocked

AIKEN --- Tae Kwon Do instructor Andrew Blocker's dream is to build his own martial arts training facility in Aiken after 30 years of leasing... Read more

Museum is keeping alive memory of grand hotel

AIKEN --- The Highland Park Hotel no longer exists but the Aiken County Historical Society is determined to preserve the memory of the tourist... Read more

Gift is important for charter school to finish campus

AIKEN --- Last month, when the Lloyd-Kennedy Charter School and the Aiken Performing Arts Academy moved into a new facility, it seemed as though... Read more

Re-enactment is a window into war life

Correction, February 24, 2009: Because of a copy editor's error, Brig. Gen. Hugh... Read more

4 of 24 jobs ready to go

AIKEN --- Of the two-dozen identified road improvement projects in Aiken County, only four are deemed "shovel-ready" and eligible to receive $2.9... Read more

Higher water rates fought

AIKEN --- For years, they say, residents in the Graniteville area have been receiving substandard water and sewer service from a system that is... Read more

Bars closed for lacking permits

AIKEN --- Two private after-hours bars in North Augusta were shut down last week after it was discovered they had been operating for years without... Read more