Edgefield textile plant to hire 16
Web-posted 01/27/10
COLUMBIA --- An Edgefield County manufacturer is pumping $3 million into its yarn facility and spinning out 16 new jobs.
Avondale's water leak cost millions of gallons
Web-posted 01/26/10
GLOVERVILLE --- Water loss has become a new obstacle for the water authority that hopes to purchase the Avondale Mills system.
Lack of support may postpone Aiken plan
Web-posted 01/26/10
AIKEN --- Aiken City Council members learned of a special called meeting that will be held by the planning commission after concerns about the Highway Overlay District ordinance were raised last week.
Officials to consider rezoning ordinances
Web-posted 01/25/10
AIKEN --- The Aiken City Council will meet tonight to discuss zone changes for a local Baptist church and a youth center.
Ultimate Frisbee returns to Aiken in March
Web-posted 01/25/10
AIKEN --- Aiken Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department has a new sport to offer, thanks to an Aiken high school junior.
Reopening of Wilson's Columbia home delayed
Web-posted 01/25/10
COLUMBIA - Even dead presidents are feeling the pinch of the recession.
Bauer's 'stray animals' welfare talk criticized
Web-posted 01/24/10
COLUMBIA --- With Democrats calling for an apology, South Carolina Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer agreed Saturday that he used a badly phrased metaphor in a speech on government assistance but reiterated that the "culture of dependency" created by welfare must change.
Aiken County government gets full-time attorney
Web-posted 01/24/10
AIKEN --- Aiken County has its first full-time county attorney.
USC Aiken student fears for family in Haiti
Web-posted 01/23/10
AIKEN --- Edison Couba said he dreams that by the time his son Evan is a man he can visit Haiti and be proud.
Authority's board to meet Thursday on Avondale water deal
Web-posted 01/26/10
AIKEN - The Valley Public Service Authority board of commissioners will meet Thursday to decide the fate of the Avondale Mills water system takeover.

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