The City of Aiken and the Hitchcock Woods Foundation have finished the $15M project to put in storm water vaults. So far, the project is a success.
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The City of Augusta is no stranger to flooding; most recently, just three weeks ago. And many residents are still recovering from the damage it caused to their homes.
The Aiken city administration has decided to put the controversial farmers market improvement project on hold, but some residents still want answers and say the project has already gone too far.
Investigators say at around 9:12 a.m. Friday, deputies responded to Security Federal on Canal St. for reports of a gunman in the bank demanding money.
A Columbia County judge ruled that parent’s opt-out of the school’s sexual education program does not require schools to keep materials related to sexuality out of the hands of her child.
Officers at the Grovetown Police Department say they hope a new program will not only help to make roadways safer, but will also help to promote good will.
As we reflect on what the 4th of July means, folks in Augusta recognized the Augusta signers of the Declaration of Independence who helped make the holiday possible.
Some residents in Evans have learned they won’t see a 24-hour convenience store just outside their subdivisions. Their neighbors in Grovetown, however, will be getting a Parker’s Kitchen.
Augusta University is hosting its annual VICEROY Kids Camp this week at the Summerville Campus, where kids in the community are learning the ins and outs of cybersecurity and cyber ethics.
Food insecurity in the CSRA has doubled since 2022 and Golden Harvest Food Bank says that number is growing steadily. So, they are in need of volunteers to combat summer hunger.
The collaboration will bring together organizations such as Augusta National Golf Club, UNCF as well as education expert EAB to ensure the college has strong enrollment and resources.
Former Augusta-Richmond County commissioner Sammie Sias will 36 months in prison for both charges, but to served concurrently, following his conviction on federal charges.
A Columbia County Marshal's Department officer was injured Tuesday after being dragged by a vehicle.
When it comes to the Cyber City's recent ransomware attack, Terry McGraw of Secureworks tells FOX54 prevention is expensive--and not something most governments do adequately.
As Augusta city leaders continue picking up the pieces after the city's recent cyber attack, other institutions in the Peach State and across the country are dealing with similar incidents.
The Aiken County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting death on the 200 block of Old Friar Rd.
Golden Harvest is a staple across the CSRA. Helping those in need for years. One way they meet the need is through partnerships and they say this new union is more than just a pantry.
The City of Augusta expects to spend around half a million dollars on to recover from the recent ransomware attack. FOX54 took a look at Forsyth County and how it's handling its own data breach.
The City of Augusta issued a statement Friday, Jun. 9 about the recent cyber attack. In the release, the City discusses what steps are being taken to recover.
Commissioners and department directors met Wednesday for long-form discussions on the 2024 fiscal year budget.
FOX54 broke the story that the City of Augusta had been hit by a ransomware attack. Following Tuesday's commission meeting, Mayor Garnett Johnson gave an update on the city's situation.
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If you're an Augusta Utilities customers who pays their bills online, by phone, or in the customer service drive-thru, you may be wondering how the network shutdown will affect the way you pay.
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As the investigation into Augusta-Richmond County’s ransomware attack continues, officials are working to get the city back to full functionality.