PICKENS COUNTY — It's that time of year again to walk for a cure by joining Relay for Life for 2015 in raising funds and awareness in the fight against cancer April 18.
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College's Criminal Justice Career Fair on April 15 will have a special emphasis on helping veterans find jobs in law enforcement.
CLEMSON — Professor Richard L. Hassell is having a “build a better mousetrap” moment. The world is beating a path to his door. Actually, Hassell, a vegetable specialist at the Clemson University Coastal Research and Education Center...
CLEMSON – Clemson Athletics received final approval from the S.C. Budget and Control Board to begin renovation of Littlejohn Coliseum.
LIBERTY — Faculty and staff members from Chastain Road Elementary School and Liberty Elementary School competed in the 2015 Liberty Area Schools Teacher Tip-Off basketball game on March 24.
PICKENS COUNTY — When you think of a group working on 3D printed prosthetic hands, you probably don't picture a class of middle school children, but that is exactly what is happening with the students at Gettys Middle School in Pickens...
EASLEY – With winter finally over, the warmer weather is inspiring the Easley community to open up their windows and clear out the clutter with a healthy dose of Spring Cleaning on April 18.
PICKENS — Cannon Memorial Hospital and the Pickens County Library System will take part with other national, state, and community organizations to focus on the importance of advance healthcare decision-making during the week of April 13 through...
The Clemson University Youth Leadership Academy Robotics Club took the Overall Most Environmental Invention Award at the 2015 Duke Energy Invention Convention held this week at the TD Convention Center in Greenville. The eight-member team entered...
POWDERSVILLE — Far too often those without disabilities take for granted their health. One group held a function to attempt to bridge the gap of understanding, addressing communication and those who suffer from deafness.
CLEMSON — The South Carolina Botanical Garden Spring Concerts in the Garden Series concerts will be held at 7 p.m. each Friday through May in the Botanical Garden's amphitheater. Performers will include:
EASLEY — Rep. Neal Collins said he and other members of the S.C. House of Representatives intend to pass something this month to address the roads and infrastructure in South Carolina.
PICKENS COUNTY — Local school officials are hopeful Gov. Nikki Haley will sign legislation forgiving missed school days due to winter weather after a similar bill was passed by the State Senate for Chester County.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Keowee Flyers, the Pickens County Pilot's Association and Pickens County Meals on Wheels will host the sixth annual Wings and Wheels for Meals at the Pickens County Airport from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April...
PICKENS COUNTY — The annual steak dinner benefiting the Pickens County chapter of The Blue Ridge Council set to take place April 20 at Easley Presbyterian Church will be attended by both local and state government officials.
PICKENS — History is not all about dates and battles but the day to day rituals that make up daily life. History is written in old cookbooks and journals and techniques that are kept alive by passing them onto the next generation.
CLEMSON — South Carolina officials are asking the public to keep an eye out for a strain of avian flu that has been identified in seven states and is potentially deadly to poultry.