CLEMSON — The Lutheran Campus Ministry-Clemson program of University Lutheran Church in Clemson was awarded a Theological Exploration of Vocation (CMTEV) grant from the Lily Endowment Inc. in December 2013.
CLEMSON — WorkLink Workforce Investment Board is accepting applications for the Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) program. IWT grants are available for businesses in Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties.
CLEMSON – A man being sought by the Clemson Police Department for the assault of a woman was arrested by members of the Pickens County Sheriff's Office just after midnight Wednesday.
PICKENS COUNTY — An anonymous tip led sheriff's deputies to a residence on Carolina Court in Taylors where they arrested a woman wanted in connection with a car chase on Aug. 7.
PICKENS – The second annual Ride to the Rock cycling event, held by the Pickens Rotary Club, will begin at 8 a.m. Sept. 13 in the Pickens Presbyterian Church parking lot.
DACUSVILLE — Two Dacusville volunteer firefighters were presented with a plaque for Valor Above and Beyond the Call of Duty on Aug 19 at the Dacusville Fire Department for their part in the rescue of Pickens County Deputy Thomas...
PICKENS COUNTY- County Councilman Jeff Martin introduced his likely successor, Ensley Feemster, at the Pickens County Council meeting on Mon. Aug. 18. Feemster is currently running unopposed for the councilman's 1st district seat, and is...
CLEMSON — Clemson City Council met Aug. 18 with a full agenda of business ranging from a full slate of reports to the consideration of a second reading on a zoning ordinance.
PICKENS — ACT scores improved for the School District of Pickens County last year.
PICKENS — Congressman Jeff Duncan addressed a wide variety of issues during a town hall meeting hosted by the Pickens County Taxpayers Association.
PICKENS — The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has recently revised its reporting rules for state, county and municipality governments concerning the funding of employee pensions and for some entities the fallout could be...
LIBERTY — The Pickens County Humane Society is facing a problem: Currently at capacity, animal adoptions are dwindling, while animal surrenders for the past three months have ranged from 50 to 93 animals per month.
ANDERSON — Tommi Rae Fowler, a junior at Wren High School, won the Food Network's first Teen Tournament, a version of their popular cooking show “Chopped.”
EASLEY — As Easley High School kicks off the 2014-2015 school year, there are a few students who have been eagerly awaiting its arrival.
PICKENS — Preserving Our Southern Appalachian Music (POSAM) will receive a $25,000 Our Town grant to help plan/design a remodeled auditorium at the Hagood Community Center. Programming in Traditional Arts and Music will also be...
EASLEY — The Apple Gold Group presented a $221,000 check to South Carolina's Make a Wish Foundation on Aug. 20.
EASLEY — Starting this season, Easley High School will host a community tailgate party for all varsity football games played at home.
EASLEY — The Easley Green Wave has a long tradition in athletics, academics and community service and Athletic Director Gill Payne is looking to see that history is carried forward.
EASLEY — Lindsey C. Horton of Easley has been awarded a $500 scholarship by the A&V Tulloss Educational Foundation, a nonprofit organization named in honor of the late Alvas and Valerie Tulloss.
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office arrested a Westminster couple last week after an investigation revealed that weapons and other items were taken from a Westminster home of a Walhalla City police officer.
WALHALLA — A 59-year-old Westminster man was arrested last week on charges of sexual battery involving a 22-year-old woman.
DACUSVILLE – The Dacusville-Area Crime Watch and the Pickens County Sheriff's Department are sponsoring a communitywide meeting for the greater Dacusville Area at 7 p.m. Aug. 21.
CLEMSON – The Clemson City Police Department needs the public's help to locate a Pickens man who attacked a woman outside her apartment on Aug. 9, dragged her inside and choked her until she was unconscious.
PENDLETON — It wasn't until Michelle Vaughn was in her late 20's, married and with two small children that she began to re-evaluate her career choice and decided to enroll in Tri-County Technical College's Early Childhood...
PENDLETON — Mrs. Wayne Link has sponsored the quilt in memory of her husband, “Bud,” the grandson of Joseph and Ada Link.
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