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4 weeks ago

THREE MORE BUSINESSES OPENING SOON

THREE MORE BUSINESSES OPENING SOON Three more businesses will be opening soon in the Washington Crossing Shopping Center near Whole Foods. DSW (Designer Shoe Warehouse) has announced it will open October 9th.  Home Goods and Half-Moon Outfitters will also be opening soon in the same shopping center on Washington Road, off I-20. Whole Foods had […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

SECOND WEST NILE VIRUS CASE REPORTED HERE

  SECOND WEST NILE VIRUS CASE REPORTED HERE The second case of West Nile Virus has been reported in Richmond County. Health officials say a 69 year old woman is the latest to be diagnosed with the mosquito-borne disease.  A man was diagnosed and treated last month. Officials say both cases were reported on the […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

LINEUP FOR KELLEY BROTHERS & FRIENDS CONCERT ANNOUNCED

LINEUP FOR KELLEY BROTHERS & FRIENDS CONCERT ANNOUNCED The Kelley Brothers have announced the first round of celebrity musicians joining Lady Antebellum on stage at the inaugural Kelley Brothers and Friends Event in Evans, October 27. A concert at the Lady Antebellum Pavilion that night will follow a celebrity golf tournament earlier in the day […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

FEMALE SOUGHT FOR BANK FRAUD

FEMALE SOUGHT FOR BANK FRAUD The North Augusta Department of Public Safety has released a couple of surveillance pictures of a female that is wanted for bank fraud. She’s white, appears to be in her late teens or early twenties, has shoulder-length blonde hair and was wearing a red t-shirt. If you have information that […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

FIRST “LISTENING SESSION” HELD TODAY WITH SUPERINTENDENT

FIRST “LISTENING SESSION” HELD TODAY WITH SUPERINTENDENT The public gets its first opportunity to meet Richmond County’s new school superintendent this evening. Dr. Angela Pringle is hosting the first of her eight “Listening Sessions” at 6:00 p.m. at Richmond Academy. Pringle says she wants to give the public a chance to talk about their expectations […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

STUDENT POSSIBLY EXPOSED TO TB AT COLUMBIA COUNTY SCHOOL

STUDENT POSSIBLY EXPOSED TO TB AT COLUMBIA COUNTY SCHOOL A Martinez Elementary fourth grade student has been pulled from school because of possible exposure to tuberculosis. Superintendent Dr. Sandra Carraway says parents of students at the school will be notified.  TB skin testing will be done at the school on Wednesday.  Columbia County Health Department […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

KOHLS HIRING MORE HOLIDAY WORKERS THIS YEAR

KOHLS HIRING MORE HOLIDAY WORKERS THIS YEAR UPS announced earlier this week it plans to hire 95,000 seasonal workers.  Now Kohls has announced plans to add 67,000 workers to its payroll for the holiday season. That’s up 34 percent from the number it hired last year. Kohls officials say they expect at least 50 people […]

Mary Liz Nolan

1 month ago

DROUGHT DECLARED IN SOME AREA SC COUNTIES

DROUGHT DECLARED IN SOME AREA SC COUNTIES A low-level drought has been declared in nine South Carolina counties, including Aiken and Edgefield. The South Carolina Drought Response Committee says low river flows in the nine counties led them to add Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Colleton, Hampton, Lexington and Orangeburg counties to the list. Officials say rainfall […]

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