UPDATE | Sego Middle and Rollins Elementary merger could mean less change for nearby students

26 and a half million dollars raised by sales tax money you spend every time you shop could be used to build a new Sego-Rollins Pre-K through 8th grade school. But it comes after parents raised concerns about another possible merger.


Wednesday, Paine College got a big boost with a check for a million dollars. The National CME Church donated the money, getting it all at one time could help the school's case as it fights for its accreditation.


The Aiken County Animal Shelter is taking on more than they can handle. All the while, they're trying to keep cutting down on the number they have to kill.


The full $1 million donation from the CME Church gives Paine more confidence moving forward.



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