CLEMSON — James C. Kennedy, chairman of the communications, media and automotive services conglomerate Cox Enterprises, has given $3.3 million to Clemson University to establish and endow the James C. Kennedy Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation...
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office has received a $1,000 grant from State Farm Insurance for its elementary school drug prevention program.
EASLEY — The Easley Lions Club reached a milestone anniversary and celebrated its now 75 years of charitable service by holding a banquet, and receiving a special proclamation from the mayor's office.
EASLEY — After receiving numerous phone calls and requests for help, The Parenting Place is trying something new this year: Its first ever Coats for Kids drive.
PROSPERITY — While he won't come out and say it, 2014 has been a long year for Prosperity's favorite son, C.J. Edwards.
EASLEY – Pickens County Meals on Wheels volunteers and supporters gathered recently to honor those who are “Every Day Heroes” and help make the program successful.
EASLEY — Fresh off a close second place overall finish at TL Hanna, the Easley High NJROTC drill team took first place overall at the recent meet held at York High School, placing in the top three in virtually every event.
CLEMSON — The curator of the Clemson University Herbarium has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to work and conduct botanical research in tropical Southeast Asia. Botanist Dixie Damrel will lecture and research at the Sarawak Biodiversity...
Anna Thode, a member of the DWD Class of 1974 and currently an environmental lawyer for the U.S. Department of Justice, led the efforts of her class to create an outdoor memorial area for Liz Smith-Cox. Approximately $4,000 was raised through their...
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EASLEY — Easley City Council voted unanimously to renew a contract between the Easley Fire Department and the county for fire protection with a new clause: the county must give 24 months notice to the city if they decide to no longer utilize the...
PICKENS COUNTY — A dream to help homeless families in Pickens County regain their independence became a reality this fall when a non-profit organization called Family Promise was established.
CLEMSON — Clemson University has promoted Brian Callahan to associate director of Extension, which provides technology transfer to residents of all 46 counties in the state.
LIBERTY — The Pickens County Humane Society has been helping area dogs and cats for years, but now they are the ones in need.
EASLEY — Open enrollment for health insurance runs through February 2015 but if you need coverage to begin by the first of the year, you must be enrolled no later than Dec. 15.
PICKENS — What appeared to be no more than a multi-car wreck late Monday became much more when it was discovered one of the vehicles involved was carrying the victims of a domestic dispute, including a 4-year-old gunshot victim.
PENDLETON – A family business that specializes in the manufacturing of garden products, premium potting soils and both natural and organic dry and liquid fertilizers is establishing operations in Anderson County. FoxFarm Soil and Fertilizer...
EASLEY — Christy Porter has been elected as president-elect for the Carolinas Health Ministry Partnership (CHMP).
DEEP SOUTH POLE — Country Santa has been working year round for this season, but it seems the Deep South Pole needs a few more elves to help more than 1,300 families in the area.
EASLEY — Cooler temperatures and rain showers didn't stop parade goers of Easley from turning out for this year's holiday fun.
EASLEY — An Easley Police officer was involved in a collision at the intersection of Fleetwood Drive and S.C. 135 that resulted in damage to four vehicles and sent three people to the hospital.
PICKENS — For the second time in as many weeks, Jaycee Park in Pickens was struck by vandals and the Pickens Recreation Department is reaching out to the community for help in solving the crimes.
PICKENS — The Pickens Fire Department has been planning to undertake a massive CPR training program in January but there's a problem: the fire department has only raised about 10 percent of the funds needed.
CLEMSON — Northland Communication is collecting toys through Dec. 15 for its fifth annual Toy Drive for donation to the local Salvation Army.
EASLEY – The Fine Arts Center of Easley will kick off 2015 with several new classes and workshops.
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