PICKENS — The Village Branch Library in Pickens is holding a Christmas Cookie Exchange at 11 a.m. Dec. 11.
EASLEY — The bell ringers of the Salvation Army were out in force this past weekend announcing the start of this year's annual red kettle fundraiser.
ANDERSON COUNTY — The Anderson County Library, its branch libraries, and the Mobile Library will be closed Nov. 27 and Nov. 28 in observance of Thanksgiving. In addition, the Main Library will close at 6 p.m. Nov. 26. Regular weekend hours for...
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...
PICKENS – A Pickens County teacher and her husband have been found dead in North Carolina in what appears to be a murder-suicide, North Carolina officials said.
EASLEY — The Dream Center in Easley is now the beneficiary of the memory of Don Jones, a name you might not know, but a man who has affected the lives of countless children in Pickens County, even in memorial.
EASLEY — A usually empty stretch of closed businesses was made a little brighter last Saturday when two members of the local band Remember Tomorrow set up an impromptu acoustic jam session to entertain shoppers and raise awareness for their...
CLEMSON – Clemson trustee Leon J. “Bill” Hendrix Jr. and his wife, Pam, of Kiawah Island, and their children, Jill, Joy, Holly and Jim, have made the first cornerstone gift of $2.5 million to Clemson University Athletics for...
EASLEY — With the election concluded, Sen. Larry Martin administered the oath of office to three new Pickens County legislative delegates on Nov. 10 in a brief ceremony that took place in the Delegation Office board room.
PENDLETON — A Tri-County Technical College employee was recognized for four decades of service to the college and the state at an annual convocation.
EASLEY — Nov. 13 saw the end of a local adopted legend when Alvin Dark passed away in Easley at the age of 92 after years as one of the best multi-sport athletes the United States has ever seen.
CLEMSON — Clemson University and the University of South Carolina are competing to see who can sign up more organ and tissue donors leading up to the big football game on Nov. 29.
EASLEY — Although the weather didn't appear to show it, the Easley Farmer's Market was alive for the holidays with the 2014 Easley Holiday Farmer's Market on Nov. 8.
PICKENS — The National Institute of Corrections will begin a two-day Jail and Justice Assessment on Nov. 19 to determine the efficiency of the Pickens County Sheriff's Office (PCSO) Detention Center.
PICKENS — Pickens County students aren't the only ones to receive a report card and the School District of Pickens County (SDPC) is no different, receiving a score of “excellent” with a growth rating of...
DACUSVILLE — Local Cub Scouts were doing their part recently to raise environmental awareness by marking storm drains during one of their annual litter pick-up events this month.
PICKENS — The school board for the School District of Pickens County held a scheduled meeting Nov. 10 and there were some new faces and changes in the board, its positions, and also administrative positions as well.
Four students from Daniel High School's German program participated in Clemson University's 42nd annual Poetry Declamation Contest held on Oct. 18. From the left, Daniel Lee, Abigail Renee Cram, Alexander Birch, and Benjamin Cram were...
CLEMSON — Clemson University's cardiovascular technology (CVT) leadership concentration – the innovative public health sciences degree program carried out in partnership with Greenville Health System (GHS) – has been accredited...
CENTRAL – When Krystal Pearce entered Southern Wesleyan University as a freshman in August 2013, few could have realized the impact that she would have during the brief period of time she was a student.
PICKENS — The Pickens Fire Department has been certified by the Department of Health and Environmental Control plus seven firefighters have received certification as first responders from the levels of Paramedic to Emergency Medical...
CLEMSON — Sigma Chi Fraternity at Clemson University recently hosted its annual Derby Days, one of the largest charitable events by a Greek organization in the Southeast.
EASLEY — Valentin Occasions recently held a Hero Appreciation event honoring local police, fire and emergency medical service personnel along with recognition of veterans and forestry employees.
CLEMSON — Clemson researchers and campus facilities managers have teamed up to rid a section of Hunnicutt Creek of invaders. Goats will be fenced in along a section of the creek to feed on the invasive weeds along the creek bank and upland area,...
GREENVILLE — The Grainger Foundation donated $5,000 to Tri-County Technical College in support of the expansion of the cutting lab in its Welding department.
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