...fall of 2008, the organization plans to invite the public to the grand opening of the new Aiken Railroad Depot. Stephen Delaney Hale is the owner of HaleStorm Communications.
...earning a medal and a reprimand. Rick Bernardi of North Augusta raised battle flags in Vietnam and Grenada. Stephen Delaney Hale of Aiken saw them in Ireland last year. There was a Confederate flag above the rubble when the Berlin Wall fell...
AIKEN -- Racing fans lean on the rail at the Aiken Training Track each winter, watching and wondering.
...commerce and tourism they generate will expand the prosperity of downtown Aiken to its eastern neighborhoods. Stephen Delaney Hale is the owner of HaleStorm Communications, a freelance writing and public relations firm.
...Sean Clancy, who is racing in the Steeplechase, will sign copies of Saratoga Days ($24.95) between races. Stephen Delaney Hale will sign copies of the coffee table book Aiken and Its Horses ($49.95) from 12:30 to 2 p.m. and 2...
...just because they like to tear things down. It seems small to us now, but it was the grandest house around." Stephen Delaney Hale can be reached at (803) 279-6895 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
GLOVERVILLE -- It was a warm wind that blew across Langley Pond on Saturday, providing relief to a spirited group of about 175 rowers competing in the Georgia Games.
AIKEN -- After the Aiken Trials it's back home for Tony and Sherri Mitchell. The winner washes the dishes, and the loser dries. That is the extent of the teamwork between husband and wife thoroughbred trainers who will run against each other for the Von Stade Trophy in today's fifth race at the Aiken Trials. Mrs. Mitchell will saddle up Havana Perfecto, an unraced 3-year-old colt owned by Chicagoan -- and Havana native -- Jorge Suarez. Her husband will send out Marstern, a 4-year-old gelding owned by R. L. Duchossois, also of the Chicago area.
Don Ebenhack was making TNT at DuPont's powder works plant in Kankakee, Ill., in 1943 when his boss called him into an office and asked whether he wanted to go on a secret mission.
AIKEN - Two researchers at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory are taking part in what organizers believe is the first full-scale scientific conference to be held exclusively on the World Wide Web. Unlike most scientific conferences, everyone is invited to the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program Third Annual Meeting, now showing in cyberspace. Just visit on the Internet to join in.