EASLEY — The Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual State of the Economy Luncheon at Tri-County Technical College's Easley campus and the news was a mixed bag.
EASLEY — Civitas Media, parent company of The Easley Progress, announced Tuesday that Ralph James Martin has been named CEO of the company. Martin was recruited by Versa Capital Management LLC, the company's controlling...
PICKENS COUNTY— A collapsed floor in an ongoing construction project in northern Pickens County sent at least one worker to the hospital for medical care with three total injuries on Tuesday.
NORTH CHARLESTON — Clemson University officials broke ground for a $21.5-million building that will help shape the future of the state's engineering landscape for generations to come.
CLEMSON — Just as the Navy was deploying a laser weapon to the Persian Gulf, a Clemson University researcher already was thinking about how to make it more powerful.
PENDLETON — The Tri-County Entrepreneurial Development Corporation, Tri-County Technical College's Corporate and Community Education Division and area economic developers are reaching out to agricultural-based businesses in Anderson,...
CLEMSON — Theresa Milanesi's Upstate cattle farm is entering its fourth year of operation, and the retired teacher has made just one sale and has few prospects for her next.
CENTRAL – Five years after a powerful earthquake devastated an already destitute island nation, Southern Wesleyan University is working with an Upstate organization to create long-term solutions to break a cycle of poverty.
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PICKENS COUNTY — With debate heating up over possible tax hikes to fund the School District of Pickens County and a vote expected in the spring, two conservative groups have started a petition drive to thwart any tax increase by SDPC's...
PIEDMONT — A new fitness center has opened up in The Shoppes at Brookside plaza on S.C. 153 that specializes in 30-minute kickboxing workouts designed to help get you in shape whether you're a true beginner or a seasoned...
EASLEY — After more than eight years of service, Easley City Administrator Fox Simons will be saying “goodbye” to the Upstate and heading to Myrtle Beach.
PICKENS — A class action lawsuit filed against the S.C. Department of Social Services cites the case of 17-year-old Kameron C. Simmons, who was being housed within the Pickens County Detention Center instead of a DSS facility.
ANDERSON COUNTY — Investigators with the Anderson County Sheriff's Narcotics Unit executed search warrants at two Anderson County locations on Jan. 4 and made 13 arrests.
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office needs the public's help to locate a Pickens man wanted on three outstanding arrest warrants.
WALHALLA —Two of the three people charged in the death of a former Pickens County resident were charged late last week with kidnapping in connection with the case, the Walhalla Police Department said.
LIBERTY — A Liberty man was released from the Pickens County Detention Center on a personal recognizance bond after being charged last week with ill treatment of animals and failure to bury dead animals.
ANDERSON COUNTY — The Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center has earned the designation “Southern Region” Complex of the Year by the Independent Sports Association during their annual conference.
SENECA – The Oconee County Humane Society will hold a Male Cat Neuterathon on Jan. 24 at the Fox Nest Veterinary Hospital, 10445 Clemson Boulevard in Seneca.
Three Pickens County teachers earned their National Board Certification this year. They are Melanie Callahan, a history teacher at Gettys Middle School; Greg Fish, an English teacher at Easley High School; and Morgan McKenzie, a first grade teacher...
In health care, rural America starts out sickly and neglected: More hypertension, more diabetes, more suicides, more serious accidents that are more often fatal, more uninsured patients, more people on Medicare, and fewer physicians.
EASLEY — Following a week of grand opening festivities, Zaxby's in Easley had one more celebration on the menu: a $5,000 check presentation to the local chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
R.A. Gibson, right, recently presented a check for $1,000 to Shriners Hospitals for Children in Greenville on behalf of the Fraternal Order of Police-Foothills Lodge #9 of Pickens County. Receiving the gift is Kea Wade of the Greenville Shriners...
PICKENS — Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) and Marathon Church will hold the first United for Youth Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Marathon Church in Pickens.
POWDERSVILLE — More than 100 campers braved temperatures well below freezing and spent 24 hours in the parking lot of the new Chick-fil-A on S.C. 153 last week for a chance to win free chicken for a year as part of the restaurant chain's...
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