PICKENS COUNTY — In an effort to streamline communication between government officials and local constituents, Rep. Neal Collins has taken to social media in what he refers to as “live townhalls.”
EASLEY — In the annual State of the City Address, Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell pulled no punches when it came to his opinions on the Doodle Trail, Easley itself, his dissatisfaction with the county and the continuing role of former City...
GREENVILLE — Millennium Boulevard will become Millennium Drive this March when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) hosts its second annual international car cruise and festival.
CENTRAL — Around 180 high school students auditioned Dec. 4 for the Pickens County All-County Honor Band and 41 Daniel High School students placed in this band.
COLUMBIA – i1 Biometrics has signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina where members of the USC football team will wear the Vector MouthGuard this spring as the instrument of telemetry to measure the brain's linear and...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College is hosting College Goal SC on Feb. 28 to help students and their families fill out and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA.
Six-week art classes begin March 5
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University's Division of Religion welcomed Dr. Karl Westfall and the Rev. Sharon Butcher Westfall as pastors-in-residence in January.
Ice and snow can make for a pretty picture, but slick roads and icy steps can pose a danger to residents.
PICKENS — The Gathering on Appalachian Life Festival scheduled for Feb. 28 will go on rain or shine — or in this case snow or no snow.
EASLEY — An Easley man has been arrested for the second time in approximately a 12-month period for third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor with the second incident dating back to as far as November 2013.
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.
PICKENS — Six different non-profits in Pickens County have joined efforts to the Gathering On Appalachian Life from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Feb. 28.
SIX MILE – A 51-year-old Six Mile man found dead inside a burning building early Wednesday morning died from smoke inhalation, Pickens County officials said.
Gov. Nikki Haley has declared a State of Emergency to mobilize additional state resources should they been needed in response to the impending hazardous weather.
EASLEY — Pickens County deputies made a gruesome discovery after responding to a call from Animal Control officers.
PENDLETON — Loretta Cappiello of Six Mile had no idea it would be so tough getting back into the workforce full time when she began her job search in 2009.
PICKENS COUNTY — Visitors to South Carolina's highest peak will soon have access to a spectacular panorama of the surrounding countryside thanks to a $350,000 gift from Duke Energy.
NEWBERRY – Tri-County Technical College placed second overall as a college and all five team members placed in at least one event in the 2015 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association's College Festival.
OCONEE COUNTY — Cliff Roberts, principal of Seneca High School in Oconee County School District, has been named the 2015 South Carolina High School Principal of the Year by the S.C. Association of School Administrators.
CLEMSON — Clemson University's Student Organic Farm ranks among the best college farms in the nation, according to the journal Best College Reviews.
CLEMSON — It can be difficult to comprehend just how quickly science is advancing in the 21st century, so it stands to reason that scientists are looking for better ways to make sense — and keep track of — it all.
PICKENS – Dale Cochran will present his “Exploring Watercolor – The Next Step” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 14 in the Liz Smith-Cox Educational Studio at the Pickens County Museum of Art & History.
PICKENS — The third annual Spring Fling will be hosted by Arts Council of Pickens County on April 11 in conjunction with the Easley Farmer's Market Opening Day.
PICKENS — The period following the Civil War known as Reconstruction was an especially difficult time in South Carolina with the state having been the birthplace of rebellion and the Pickens County Museum has a rare piece of the history that...