EASLEY — Five weeks into the new school year, Easley High School student activities are in full swing. We've reached the mid-way point of our first nine weeks of the academic year, and our student leaders are successfully executing various...
EASLEY — Bill Caldwell, president and CEO of Spartanburg-based Waldrop Inc., has been awarded the ABC Kirby Award by the Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas.
EASLEY — The Blood Connection bloodmobile has been making appearances all over the Upstate and is issuing a plea for help from all eligible donors.
EASLEY — A missing Easley woman and her son have made contact with family and friends via a video posted to social media but questions still remain concerning their sudden disappearance and current whereabouts.
PICKENS — Pickens County's Hope Women's Center is hosting its first ever Walk for Life fundraiser on Sept. 20 in the hopes of educating the community on its mission and raise much needed funds as well.
The “virtual farm” models that a Clemson University associate professor helped develop are taking on heightened importance this summer as California's strawberry-and-raspberry growers cope with an unprecedented drought.
WALHALLA – The Oconee County Sheriff's Office has hired Investigator Dean Brown who will work on unsolved cases. Brown was sworn in by Sheriff Mike Crenshaw on Sept. 8.
PENDLETON — Two Pickens County residents have been appointed to Tri-County Technical College's Commission, the nine-member governing board of the college.
PIEDMONT — The Bonnes Amies Club has published “Images of Piedmont,” a pictorial history book.
CLEMSON — Oconee County ranks 11th in the state for the number of births to 15-19 year olds and 10th in the number of repeat pregnancies.
EASLEY – Baptist Easley Hospital recently named Dr. Michelle Tucker as the Cam Underhill Practicing Excellence Physician of the Quarter award winner.
EASLEY — St. Matthias Lutheran will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a special worship service and a reunion/lunch following on Oct. 5. All former members are invited to return and join in the festivities.
PICKENS — Grace United Methodist Church will celebrate local first responders at special worship services at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sept. 21.
PICKENS COUNTY — Rolling Green Road at the intersection of Praters Creek Road will be closed to traffic beginning Sept. 22 and will remain closed for approximately 60 days while the Pickens County Roads and Bridges Department replaces the...
Cindy Hopkins, right, president of the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce, presents a certificate commemorating Bynum Financial Group Inc.'s 30-year milestone in business to Rusty Bynum, president of the financial group. The event was held at...
Nancy Johnson, seated, was recently awarded her 60-year membership certificate by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Johnson became a member of DAR in 1953. She will celebrate her 100th birthday on Sept. 22. She is shown with Harriet Nash,...
PICKENS — The smell of sulfur is almost too much to bear as the door opens and you walk into the downstairs reception area of the Pickens County Sheriff's Office.
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University recently appointed Corey Amaker as associate vice president for planning and assessment.
CLEMSON — USA Triathlon announced this week that the 2015 and 2016 USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships will be held in Clemson.
POWDERSVILLE — The Powdersville Marching Band is hosting The Powdersville Premier on Saturday, an event that will showcase marching bands from South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee.
ANDERSON — A 40-year-old Piedmont man was charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime in connection with an incident on Santee Drive in Piedmont, according to the Anderson County...
EASLEY – The Easley High School Band received a monetary donation from the Easley High School Class of 1959 on Aug. 29.
CLEMSON – An 18-year-old man from Clemson has been charged with murder in connection with an overnight stabbing death at Goldenwoods Apartments.
EASLEY — Brandy Monique (Robinson) Willingham, 33, and her 5-year-old son Brandon have been missing from their home in Easley since Aug. 18 and nearly a month later there are no answers to their whereabouts.
Wells Fargo funded a $22,500 grant to Tri-County Technical College to purchase equipment for the career pathways programs. Here, Scott Webber, senior vice president, Anderson market president, for Wells Fargo Bank in Anderson, third from left,...