CENTRAL – This Veterans Day, Southern Wesleyan University is inviting the public to come and be part of a patriotic ceremony to dedicate their new flag plaza.
Members of the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce were on hand for local Easley florist and business owner Joyce Sweetman's grand reopening and ceremonial ribbon cutting of Valentin Occasions. Valentin Occasions is located in Easley on...
PICKENS COUNTY — The board of trustees for the School District of Pickens County will have two new faces at its next meeting with Phillip Bowers and Henry Wilson becoming the newest members following the election Nov. 4.
PICKENS COUNTY — The sunny days and warm afternoons are quickly turning into cold and windy nights as weather forecasters are predicting an average of a 30 degree drop in temperatures once the sun goes down.
John Hatzidakis, along with wife, Cassie, and their two children, Stavros and Nikoleta, celebrated the one year anniversary of their Greek and Italian food restaurant, Pizza House. Cindy Hopkins, president of the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce,...
CLEMSON — Clemson University communication studies students launched a new blog, Pawlitics, to highlight their partnership with WYFF News 4, the Greenville-based NBC affiliate.
PICKENS — For a brief period Monday, it appeared the Pickens County Museum might be the victim of a fire, but the end result was minor in comparison.
Bleu Voodoo Grill of Easley held its annual masquerade dinner to benefit MARY'S House and raised $2,590 from a combination of ticket sales and proceeds from a silent auction. Eighty people attended the Oct. 7 event and live entertainment was...
PICKENS COUNTY – Election Day 2014 is almost upon us – but do you know where you need to go to vote or who will be on the ballot you will see? Here is some information you might find helpful,
EASLEY — 2015 will be the year to go “Cruizing for a Cure” with the Pickens County Chapter of Relay for Life, which kicked off its campaign for the upcoming year Oct. 28 at Baptist Easley Hospital.
CLEMSON – ClemsonTV, a new, all-video website devoted to Clemson University, will launch Friday, Oct. 24, with a live broadcast of the annual Tigerama pep rally at 7 p.m.
College Application Day, sponsored by the S.C. Commission on Higher Education, is held around the state during October. On Oct. 9 and Oct. 10, 200 senior career and technology students at Pickens County Career & Technology Center completed college...
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EASLEY — An ongoing dispute between two families on Skyland Drive has fueled a debate over whether the city of Easley will pass a new ordinance to limit the number of dogs allowed per address within the city limits.
PICKENS — The Pickens Fire Department has been certified by the Department of Health and Environmental Control plus seven firefighters have received certification as first responders from the levels of Paramedic to Emergency Medical...
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PICKENS — The School District of Pickens County board of trustees has indefinitely tabled a motion to implement a prayer policy for meetings until the board can fully understand the legal implications of such a policy.
SUNSET — Inspiring the American Dream Foundation has entered into an education partnership with Albert R. Lewis Elementary School to pilot the Foundation's new “Opportunity to Succeed” program.
EASLEY — Friends of Pickens County Guardian ad Litem's first Clusters for Kids oyster roast and silent auction will be held Nov. 1 with the proceeds going to help children in Pickens County.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Upper S.C. State Fair is back and better than ever this year as fair organizers have introduced several new animal attractions to their usual staple of carnival rides, games and food.
LIBERTY — The Liberty High School ROTC is hosting its annual blood drive in the auxiliary gym of Liberty High School on Oct. 29 and students and members of the community are encouraged to roll up their sleeves to donate.
PICKENS — High school students' performances are measured in any number of ways each year in South Carolina with the Scholastic Aptitude Test being one of those measuring sticks, especially for college entrance.
EASLEY — McKissick Elementary School students were treated to a special assembly when the school hosted Congressman Jeff Duncan as guest speaker.
EASLEY — The Jack-o-Lantern has come a long way and the staff of Dean & McInnis Orthodontics has flung its doors wide for the public to see just how far.