Skyler Andrews is a bona fide native of the CSRA; born in Augusta, raised in Aiken, with family roots in Edgefield County, S.C., and presently residing in the Augusta area. A graduate of University of South Carolina - Aiken with a Bachelor of Arts in English, he has produced content for Verge Magazine, The Aiken Standard and the Augusta Conventions and Visitors Bureau. Amid working various jobs from pest control to life insurance and real estate, he is also an active in the Augusta arts community; writing plays, short stories and spoken-word pieces. He can often be found throughout downtown with his nose in a book, writing, or performing stand-up comedy.
Evans tapas restaurant Stay Social Tap & Table has requested a hearing Tuesday to prevent the suspension of its alcoholic beverage license.
Kim Coles, from Fox sitcom "Living Single," delivered a performance and presentation at Augusta Technical College.
Parcels off Belair Frontage Rd. and William Few Parkway are the subject of zoning requests in Columbia County for industrial projects.
The Augusta Cigar Club is having its ribbon-cutting ceremony, the first full-service cigar lounge downtown since the smoking ordinance was amended.
Meybohm Real Estate is seeking approval from the county to get the sixth phase of its Whispering Pines neighborhood fully underway.
Augusta Players has ribbon cutting, Columbia County welcomes new Salvation Army Center and chain auto repair shop, and Evans Market returns for fall.
Paceline partners with Southern Nuclear to donate 10 bikes to Boys and Girls Club for Pace Day.