NEWBERRY COUNTY — An Aiken judge ruled on Jan. 13 that Tommie Rae Hynie was the wife of music legend James Brown when he died on Christmas Day 2006.
EASLEY — Easley's Foothills Playhouse will be presenting an unusual adaptation of C. S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe that promises to bring a different view than those familiar with the story might be accustomed...
CENTRAL – The Division of Fine Arts at Southern Wesleyan University is planning a fantastic array of performances this spring, offering something for every taste – from classical to jazz:
CENTRAL – The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) recognized Southern Wesleyan University's master of education in administration and supervision (MEDAS) degree program.
CENTRAL – The public is invited to the Reunion of Upcountry Families March 12-14.
CENTRAL – The National Christian Forensics and Communication Association (NCFCA) qualifying competition returned to Southern Wesleyan University in Central Jan. 5-8.
CLEMSON — Professor Richard L. Hassell is having a “build a better mousetrap” moment. The world is beating a path to his door. Actually, Hassell, a vegetable specialist at the Clemson University Coastal Research and Education Center...
EASLEY — The Dream Center held a community forum Feb. 3 to highlight the center's mission and give exposure to the non-profit services available throughout the community to attendees.
PICKENS — Bicycle enthusiasts and residents of both Easley and Pickens joined city officials for the long awaited ground breaking ceremony for the Doodle Trail on Jan. 29 at the trailhead in downtown Pickens.
LIBERTY — With ceremonial golden shovels at the ready, Pickens County Meals on Wheels announced the name for its new kitchen and senior center: The McKissick Center for Senior Wellness.
PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County has announced a board of trustees committee will meet Feb. 5 to continue researching options concerning SDPC's facilities, technology, teachers' pay and budget...
FLORENCE — If Albert Einstein could feel a bit lost, then anyone can.
DACUSVILLE — A Pickens County Sheriff's Office investigation into a suspected methamphetamine lab in Dacusville that began over a month ago resulted in two people being arrested last week.
ANDERSON — The Anderson County Sheriff's Office located a body in a wooded area off Coldwater Lane in Anderson on Monday.
CLEMSON – Clemson University has been awarded a three-year grant for more than $304,000 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to enhance university programs to address suicidal behavior.
EASLEY — A new museum set to open this summer will showcase the history of Easley and the surrounding community.
PICKENS COUNTY — State climatology offices in North Carolina and South Carolina have teamed up and built a new automated weather station in Northern Pickens County atop South Carolina's highest point — Sassafras Mountain.
PICKENS — The Winter Bluegrass Jubilee featuring the Young Appalachian Musicians boasted a record attendance for this year's annual festival and is continuing to grow larger every year.
EASLEY — With hundreds of votes cast, the favorite tree in the 21st annual Festival of Trees at Baptist Easley Hospital is the Volunteer Auxiliary sponsored tree decorated by Brittnee Boggs.
EASLEY — The Carolina Kidney Alliance, a care alliance between the two largest nephrology practices in South Carolina, will drive excellence in the care of chronic kidney disease (CKD) throughout the state, officials said in making the...
CLEMSON – Clemson University Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets will be tested on their stamina and personal courage with the Combat Water Survival Test in the Fike Recreation Center pool at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
CLEMSON – February marks Black History Month across the nation. Several ongoing events on Clemson University's campus provide local opportunities to celebrate Black History Month and encourage dialogue about campus...
EASLEY — A Jan. 26 fire at Colony Place Apartments on Crestview Road in Easley has been ruled an accident by Easley Fire Department personnel with no injuries resulting from the blaze.
U.S. Engine Valve/Nittan Valve made a $20,000 donation to the Tri-County Technical College Foundation to purchase pneumatic suitcase trainers for the Corporate and Community Education Division. Shown are, from the left, Courtney White, director of...