The Arts & Heritage Center of North Augusta held its third annual Arts & Heritage Day in remembrance of Hamburg, South Carolina.
With the recent violence in the area, organizers said it was important for the community to enjoy a family-friendly event.
Inflatables, fresh food off the grill, and kickball for kids and adults filled the atmosphere at Briarwood Apartments.
The great weather over the weekend helped draw a big crowd to the Mayfest 2K12 event in Augusta.
As the country gets ready for the 2012 elections, Augusta prepared young voters witha register to vote hip hop campaign.
The 6th Annual Relay For Life Aiken Golf Classic took a big swing at fighting cancer this year.
Atlanta rapper Yung La visits the GHSU Children's Medical Center.
The Garden City Rescue Mission puts the ‘giving’ in Thanksgiving by donating clothes and serving hearty holiday meals to the homeless.
Every year, the Salvation Army holds a Thanksgiving Lunch to help those in need and to give back to the community during the holiday season.
Law enforcement, paramedics, forensics and other organizations were present to give students the opportunity to ask questions and interact with many of the displays for LBC Middle's Public Safety Awareness Day.
The annual gingerbread village featured popular monuments around the CSRA such as the Banskia Mansion, the former home to USC Aiken, the Sacred Heart Cultural Center and the Daniel Field Airport.
Jim Harrison, originally from Denmark, S.C., is a licensed artist for the Coca-Cola Company and creates artwork reflecting the peaceful, rural setting around the Palmetto State.
The Valley Empty Stocking Fund has been aiding low income families for over 30 years in the Burnettown area.
Students at Augusta State University got down and dirty at the semi-annual Waste Audit in recognition of America Recycles Day.
Ryan Gibbs, a senior at USC Aiken double majoring in psychology and communications, wrote a self-help book entitled, “Idle Time.”
The Salvation Army of Augusta held its annual “Kettle Kick Off” to start the 2011 Red Kettle Season.
The Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center is home to a new tennis court for veterans in rehabilitation to stay mentally and physically active courtesy of the United States Tennis Association.
Great Clips offered patrons $5 haircuts through their annual Cut-A-Thon. All proceeds benefit the Children’s Medical Center in Augusta.
The News 12 Voices & Vibes rap by Israel Butler.