EASLEY — The Leapfrog Group, an independent industry watchdog organization, recently released the latest scores for area hospitals and Baptist Easley Hospital walked away with top honors earning a Fall 2014 Hospital Safety rating of...
The Pickens County 10U Football All-Star team won the SCAP Western District title by defeating Abbeville 14-12. They are playing in the State Championship on Dec. 13 in Myrtle Beach. Kick-off is at 6 p.m. Kneeling are, from the left, Kase Powell,...
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office arrested a Pickens County man on multiple charges stemming from two vehicle break-ins.
PICKENS – A former Pickens High School assistant football coach who was already facing charges of inappropriate activity with minors has been charged with three more counts as a result of a county investigation.
The A.R. Lewis Elementary School chorus, under the direction of Lynn Townes, began the evening singing such seasonal favorites as Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
EASLEY – The Pickens County Sheriff's Office has been notified by the Magistrate's Court that a request has been submitted from the Pickens County Public Defender's Office that the bond hearing scheduled for Travis Blake...
POWDERSVILLE — With the season drawing to a close, the Powdersville Marching Band has walked away with top honors, placing no lower than third in every competition entered and finishing the year up by taking home first place in the state's...
EASLEY — The firemen of Station No. 2 on Glenwood Road in Easley gave a warm send off despite the cold weather to Engine #7.
CLEMSON — The Annie Moses Band's innovative sound has delighted audiences around the world and they're ready for the holidays at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
PICKENS — Davis Hendricks of Pickens High School will get to realize a childhood dream after signing a national Letter of Intent to continue her volleyball career.
PICKENS — Pumpkin pies, pecan pies, sweet potato casserole, sausage balls and other various delectable desserts were on sale in the lobby of Cannon Memorial Hospital as part of the hospital's volunteer Auxiliary bake sale.
CENTRAL — Southern Wesleyan University is one of the South's fastest growing college campuses, thanks in part to major efforts and contributions put forth by the students, faculty and university administrators, along with some surprise...
NORRIS — A new fire truck is in the works for the Norris Volunteer Fire Department thanks to a grant from the S.C. Department of Commerce.
DACUSVILLE — The Dacusville Recreation Association is hosting a pancake breakfast fundraiser this year with a special guest — Santa Claus.
EASLEY — Already a staple for culture in the community, The Easley Foothills Playhouse has received a grant that will allow for even more of a presence.
PICKENS — Two area football programs will be looking to fill head football coaching vacancies following the Thanksgiving holiday.
WALHALLA — Crime Stoppers of Oconee County Inc. and BASF are offering reward money for information regarding losses of precious metals from the plant.
CLEMSON — The Pickens/Oconee/Anderson Master Gardener Program will begin Jan. 26 and last until May 18 with weekly meetings taking place on Mondays from 9 a.m. to noon.
EASLEY — When a child is endangered, the Department of Social Services is tasked with stepping in, but on Dec. 1 the department fell short in its duties in Pickens County.
EASLEY — A call to the Easley Police Department to report an act of financial fraud led to an arrest and the closing of an outstanding case.
EASLEY — The Easley Foothills Playhouse brings a Dickensian twist to the holiday season with its production of “Christmas at Dingley Dell,” an original play by a local playwright.
PICKENS COUNTY — It's that time of year when Santa begins to make his appearance all over Pickens County known and there are plenty of choices for local residents to get out and enjoy the season.
Gerry DuBrino, owner of Helping Hands Hearing Services, cuts the ribbon for their grand opening sponsored by the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce. Pictured from left to right are Tori Shade, Jeff Kittle, Benson Overton, Melissa Cothran, Gerry...
Each month, the teachers at McKissick Elementary School select one student from their classroom to be the Lifeskill Leader of the Month. Student selection is made based upon who has exhibited the Lifelong Guidelines and Lifeskills daily that make up...
TAMASSEE — Jeannie Simms Dobson of Tamassee sponsored a historic family quilt block to be mounted on The Kitchen Table Restaurant on S.C. 11 in Tamassee.