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.
The Augusta Planning Commission voted in favor of a proposed subdivision of south Augusta townhomes in its February meeting on Monday afternoon, though the petitioner may still have to plead his case to the full commission.
From Jan. 6, the date of the attack, through the end of the month, Columbia County Animal Services has received some 150 complaints regarding dogs in the area. Most of the complaints are for roaming dogs, but more than a dozen were for attacks by dogs on humans or other animals.
An Evans homeowner was the victim of identity theft, part of a fraudulent attempt to put Columbia County property she owns up for sale, according to a Columbia County Sheriff’s Office report.
VA Augusta has announced it has provided 122 permanent housing placements to local veterans in 2022, via its Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program, or HCHV.
A proposed subdivision in south Augusta is on the agenda for the Augusta Planning Commission’s meeting on Monday.
Mark Herbert of MBH Holdings has withdrawn his application to rezone 777 Jones Creek, the location of the clubhouse for the Jones Creek subdivision in Evans.
Technology company Leidos had its grand opening at the Georgia Cyber Center on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
The owner of a small cluster of apartment homes in Grovetown is seeking to rezone the property, but there are no new plans to develop anything there.