PENDLETON — The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina offers Story Time and More, a monthly reading and activity program, and Kids Day, a monthly hands on activity program.
EASLEY — Residents from all across Easley turned up with old mattresses, tires and bags of paperwork to take advantage of Easley Pride Day and get rid of the clutter that can accumulate over the winter months in homes and yards.
COLUMBIA — Join the South Carolina State Museum at Happy Hubble 25, a family-friendly event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. April 24.
CENTRAL – The Southern Wesleyan University Concert Choir will combine with the Chorale of the Greater Anderson Musical Arts Consortium to present a concert of Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, Brahms' Liebeslieder Waltzes, and the final...
PICKENS COUNTY — Residents from across Pickens County flocked to the Pickens County Airport last weekend to support the Pickens County Meals on Wheels, see some classic cars or even take a flight in a helicopter or plane for a unique...
PICKENS — Despite threats of cancellation due to bad weather, and a dreary start with the cruise-in on Friday, this year's Azalea Festival triumphed over Mother Nature as sunny skies and cool breezes welcomed festival goers on Saturday...
The Youth Leadership Academy Robotics Club took the Overall Most Environmental Invention Award at the 2015 Duke Energy Invention Convention held this week at the TD Convention Center in Greenville. The eight-member team entered their invention named...
PICKENS — The Pickens County Literacy Association will hold its 10th annual Spring Used Book Sale on May 1 and May 2 at the Pickens Presbyterian Church, 311 W. Main St.
CHARLESTON — Plant scientists at the Clemson University Coastal Research and Education Center in Charleston have developed a technique for producing more fruits and vegetables.
By D. C. Moodydmoody@civitasmedia.comEASLEY — Locally written, locally produced, and locally performed for theater goers is Fried Apple Pies which opens April 24 at Easley's Foothills Playhouse.
PICKENS COUNTY — It appears as if a lawsuit against the City of Easley by Pickens County will move forward, with the city having no indication as to what county council is asking for over disputed tax funds.
EASLEY — The city of Easley is in the midst of filling two vital positions and according to Mayor Larry Bagwell things are looking up.
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WALHALLA — Oconee County Sheriff's Office Corporal Charles Mulwee was named the 2015 American Legion Law Enforcement Officer of the Year at the annual Joseph Earl “Jake” Robinson Law Enforcement Dinner held at the Charles McGee...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College's Engineering and Industrial Technology Division has renamed and revamped its manufacturing management program to offer students the technical expertise and the leadership training/skills required...
PICKENS COUNTY — A decision by the S.C. Republican Party's executive committee to investigate the events that unfolded last week at the Pickens County Republican party convention comes on the heels of a formal protest filed by the Pickens...
Southern Wesleyan University inducted 13 new members into the S.C. Delta chapter of Alpha Chi on March 24. Founded in 1922, Alpha Chi is a national honor society that promotes academic excellence and exemplary character. Membership in Alpha Chi is...
ANDERSON COUNTY – Larry Gilstrap, chief pilot for the Anderson County Sheriff's Office's Aviation Division, will fly his last assignment on May 14 when he officially retires from Anderson County.
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office said spots are available for families to register their loved ones with the Project Lifesaver Program.
Megan Sanders, director of community involvement for Ripple of One, was the speaker for Wellness Week chapels at Newton Hobson Auditorium. In the March 23 chapel, Sanders spoke about finding your God-given purpose by serving Him.
PICKENS COUNTY — South Carolinians have a unique opportunity to place their name or the name of a loved one on a brick paver atop Sassafras Mountain, the state's highest point, while also helping raise funds for the observation platform.
CLEMSON – Six Girl Scouts from across the state, grades 9th-12th, were selected to serve as Legislative Pages for three days from March 10-12, 2015.
Pickens Elementary School students raised $146.80 to give to the Pickens County Humane Society. The director, Samantha Gamble, came and brought a 4-month-old puppy named Molly. Gamble talked to the Pickens Elementary Cabin Character students about the...
Members of the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce along with Donna Albertson, family and friends gathered together to honor Albertson Enterprise as the Chamber's April Business of the Month.
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