Skyler Andrews

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.
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Brown Bag Lecture at Augusta Museum of History discusses cyber education

The Augusta Museum of History offered the audience a summary the city’s cyber initiatives in its monthly Brown Bag Lecture on Wednesday afternoon.

Unit 3 at Plant Vogtle reaches initial criticality

The expansion of Plant Vogtle in Waynesboro is further underway, as Vogtle Unit 3 has safely reached initial criticality, Georgia Power announced Monday, March 6. Initial...

Cranston Engineering opening new office outside of Aiken

Cranston Engineering has launched a new office just outside of Aiken, the business announced Tuesday, March 7. As part of an expansion effort aimed at reaching...

Augusta Planning Commission votes down a townhomes project on Mayo Road

The Augusta Planning Commission voted down a proposed townhome development off Stevens Creek Road in its monthly meeting Monday afternoon.

Tractor Supply Company opening a store in Sylvania

One small town in the CSRA is getting a big upgrade.

Downtown Harlem hosts the third annual Spring Small Business Expo

Downtown Harlem was bustling with crowds of families Saturday morning and afternoon, as the Harlem Library hosted the third annual Spring Small Business Expo.

Paine College launches its annual fundraising campaign

Paine College has launched its annual fundraising campaign, this year called Growing Paine.

Columbia County Planning Commission votes on health center expansion and liquor store drive-thru

The Columbia County Planning Commission voted to postpone a rezoning request to accommodate the expansion of a therapy center off Baston Road at its meeting Thursday evening.

Mobile homes proposed along Mike Padgett Highway, townhomes off Stevens Creek Road

New developments that may be on the horizon in Augusta include a mobile home park in south Augusta, a shopping center in west Augusta and townhomes off Stevens Creek Road.

Greater Augusta Arts Council hosting its annual WetPaint Party & Art Sale

Creatives and connoisseurs alike are to gather at the Julian Smith Casino on Saturday to support Augusta’s art scene, as the Greater Augusta Arts Council will be hosting its annual WetPaint Party & Art Sale.

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