Our Time To Care winner for August is a local man who's spent decades helping others. His ideas have been as big as starting a school and small as planting a garden.
It is that time of year when patriotism is in the spotlight. As News 12’s Richard Rogers tells us, July’s Time to Care Award winner is a real patriot – not just one month a year but all year long.
There's been an increase in the amount of animals being sent to shelters and animal services say they are just having a hard time keeping up.
Now, just a matter of months after his near-death experience, our friend and co-worker is back running again. A day that nearly ended his life ended up changing it forever.
He says, he was just doing his job but he could have saved a woman's life in the process. Ken Bowers drives a public transit bus for Columbia County and his quick thinking and concern make him this month's Time to Care Award winner.
News 12 and our Time to Care partners have decided to postpone the Time to Care Family Fair.
There are lessons in school, and lessons in life. This month's Time to Care Award winner is passing her wisdom on to a new generation of youngsters.
Bring canned goods to donate to Columbia County Cares food pantry and you'll get $2.00 off admission!
October's Time To Care Award winner is well known in the North Augusta community. If there's one thing you should know about Pat Carpenter, it's that she loves kids.
News 12 kicked off their Time to Care "Warm Hearts" Warm-A-Thon benefiting the Garden City Rescue Mission. People came from all over to the Augusta Mall to bring jackets, blankets and clothes for homeless people who are trying to get on their feet at the Garden City Rescue Mission.
As we head into colder weather, News 12, Augusta Mall, and our Time to Care partners Troy University, Subway, and Ashley Furniture HomeStore are sponsoring the Warm Hearts Warm-a-Thon.
If you have questions about what to expect this coming school year, call our Time to Care Back to School Hotline! Aiken, Burke, Columbia, Edgefield, McCormick, and Richmond counties are taking part.
Come out for Time to Care Night at the Augusta GreenJackets, Friday, July 23 at 6 o'clock! Enjoy some great baseball, meet your favorite News 12 personalities, and enter to win prizes!
Food banks are often low on supplies in the summer, and families struggle to keep their homes cool in Augusta's oppressive heat. You can help by donating electric fans to the Salvation Army and canned food and bottled water to Golden Harvest Food Bank.