NORTH CHARLESTON — Clemson University officials broke ground for a $21.5-million building that will help shape the future of the state's engineering landscape for generations to come.
CLEMSON — Just as the Navy was deploying a laser weapon to the Persian Gulf, a Clemson University researcher already was thinking about how to make it more powerful.
CLEMSON — Theresa Milanesi's Upstate cattle farm is entering its fourth year of operation, and the retired teacher has made just one sale and has few prospects for her next.
McGee Heating and Air Conditioning, located in Anderson and Georgia, owned and operated by Walter McGee, third from left, pledged $20,000 to name the Residential and Light Commercial Comfort Cooling Lab in Tri-County Technical College's...
CENTRAL – Five years after a powerful earthquake devastated an already destitute island nation, Southern Wesleyan University is working with an Upstate organization to create long-term solutions to break a cycle of poverty.
EASLEY — Boy Scout Leaders were honored for their dedication and contributions to scouting at the annual Pickens District Awards Banquet held Feb. 28 at St. Andrews United Methodist Church.
New Division Commander
U.S. Air ForceAir Force Airman 1st Class Dylan T. Bolger graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.
CLEMSON – Clemson University has been awarded a three-year grant for more than $304,000 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to enhance university programs to address suicidal behavior.
CLEMSON – Clemson University Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets will be tested on their stamina and personal courage with the Combat Water Survival Test in the Fike Recreation Center pool at 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
PICKENS — Hagood Mill will host the eighth annual Kids Fest concert and YAMS Talent Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 21 on the outdoor stage.
Railroad crossings, like this one at Main Street and Pendleton Street in downtown Easley, have been closed as workers are replacing railroad ties along the Norfolk Southern track. As work progresses, the closed crossings will move closer to the...
CLEMSON — Computers can be fortified with firewalls and the latest anti-virus software, but even the best security programs might be for nothing if hackers can get their hands on your password.
CENTRAL — John C Watkins (1835-1893) of Central kept a ledger book of various activities in which he was involved and it was passed from father to son for several generations. Now the ledger is up for auction on eBay.
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College's Veterinary Technology Department will hold a Pet Adoption Day from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. March 12 at Halbert Hall on the Pendleton Campus.
In diagnosing medical costs, malpractice insurance often presents as a rampaging rhino trampling care while gouging wallets. But some argue it serves as little more than bogus bogeyman under the bed, a fear evoked by many but, once light shines, seen...
EASLEY — Residents of the Alice Mill Community filed a lawsuit last week against T&S Recycling alleging the company's location at 100 Maple St. is in direct violation of multiple state statutes and county ordinances.
CLEMSON — In the first real-world trial of the impact of patient-controlled access to electronic medical records, almost half of the patients who participated withheld clinically sensitive information in their medical records from some or all of...
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.
CENTRAL – Many are unaware that the area encompassing modern day Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties was once known as the Pendleton District.
PICKENS COUNTY — With the help of the Pickens County Adult Learning Center, the county's workers are now certified Work Ready as a community.
PICKENS COUNTY — Across the state the call for ethics reform within the state Legislature has been a priority, yet the struggle continues with the Senate having defeated its version of reform for the third straight year while the House passed an...
CLEMSON — February's frigid temperatures could make spring and summer tiring seasons for South Carolina peach growers.
PICKENS COUNTY — The South Carolina Association of Law Enforcement Explorers (SCALE) held its winter conference and competition in North Myrtle Beach and Pickens County was well represented.
EASLEY — The Powdersville Branch Library of the Anderson County Library System will repeat its popular Flash Fiction workshop at 6 p.m. March 23, showing you how to write works of fiction in 100 words or less.