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.
CENTRAL — Southern Wesleyan University has been designated as a 2015 Military Friendly School.
PICKENS — The Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of The American Revolution recently presented awards to students who excelled in JROTC, American History and service to their community.
EASLEY — The Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce will open the doors for its members and non-members alike to kick off the holiday season Dec. 4 in Easley.
WALHALLA — Jeff Underwood, captain of the Road Patrol Division of the Oconee County Sheriff's Office, was one of several officers from around the country featured in a recent article in Police Magazine concerning law enforcement officers...
Palmetto Preschool students recently visited the Greenville Zoo. The field trip was a kick-off to Zoo-Phonics, a program that teaches the alphabet and letter sounds. During the year, students will learn an animal name and movement for each letter of...
MOUNTAIN REST — The Etcetera Club of Mountain Rest has joined the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail.
PICKENS — The Pickens County Sheriff's Office received a federally funded Jail and Justice review from the National Institute of Corrections and will be considering some changes to meet the county's needs.
Bleu Voodoo Grill of Easley held its annual masquerade dinner to benefit MARY'S House and raised $2,590 from a combination of ticket sales and proceeds from a silent auction. Eighty people attended the Oct. 7 event and live entertainment was...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College is one of 20 community colleges nationwide selected to participate as a partner in Country Music Television's Empowering Education campaign.
WALHALLA – The Oconee County Sheriff's Office has hired Investigator Dean Brown who will work on unsolved cases. Brown was sworn in by Sheriff Mike Crenshaw on Sept. 8.
CLEMSON — A Clemson University professor will tell a group of experts gathered in Bangladesh that solar panels will soon revolutionize energy production the same way computer chips brought about the information revolution.