The Barnwell County business Anovotek is taking on an Olympian task to help U.S. athletes combat the Zika virus.
Aiken County police were certain Wendell Kenneth Gilbert's 1988 death was drug-related, but they never found his killer, who fled in a red Ford Mustang.
Five years to the month before he would move into the White House and begin to deal with the world's most powerful and dangerous political figures, Jimmy Carter had to confront a delegation from Columbia County.
Used fireworks from July Fourth were left tied to the outside of the Fifth Street bridge.
Paine College President Samuel Sullivan and Michael Thurmond sat down with The Augusta Chronicle to talk about the college’s appeal process, the response from the city and what the future might hold for the college.
Five church-affiliated properties worth more than $13 million but paying no property taxes are at the center of an ongoing Augusta Commission shake-up of the Richmond County Board of Assessors.
As summer temperatures climb, Richmond and Columbia cooling centers have been open for those who might need relief. Usage, however, has been light, managers say.
The late Dr. Tapan Chatterjee of Augusta University didn't quite live long enough to see a dream fulfilled but his legacy survives.
Tuesday is runoff election for Richmond County State Court judgeship
Shoppers will get a break from lane closures to go along with the state's suspension of the sales tax for school supplies, clothing and computer equipment.