EASLEY — Applebee's General Manager Stephen Rickard has been named restaurant manager of the Year by the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association.
COLUMBIA — The S.C. Department of Natural Resources began issuing annual and three year recreational licenses that expire on the anniversary date of issue beginning Jan. 1. This is commonly referred to as a 365 day license.
COLUMBIA — The Department of Health and Environmental Control reminds South Carolinians to test their homes for radon during National Radon Action Month, the agency announced today.
PICKENS — A husband and wife were arrested on multiple neglect charges after Department of Social Services workers discovered two young children and a bed-ridden adult living in “inhumane conditions” while under the couple's...
GREENVILLE — Millennium Boulevard will become Millennium Drive this March when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) hosts its second annual international car cruise and festival.
PICKENS COUNTY — Emails provided to The Pickens Sentinel show that one Pickens County Council member called former county administrator Matthew Delk “incompetent” and said he would not attend a planned county retreat with a county...
PICKENS — A prayer policy being considered by Pickens County school trustees is officially off the table, following a split vote Monday night.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Pickens Revitalization Association has announced the schedule for attractions at the Amphitheater in Historic Pickens for 2015 with a sampling for just about anyone in Pickens County where entertainment is...
CENTRAL – In 1979, Dr. Don Campbell was 24 years old and in his second year of teaching high school when he joined the Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS).
EASLEY — Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell recognized the importance of student run and operated businesses by declaring March 11 “Student Painter Day.”
EASLEY — The City of Easley has announced the 2015 Main Street Challenge, a new program full of incentives for the development of its downtown area.
PICKENS COUNTY — The first day of Spring might not be until March 20, but after a winter of snowfall and ice storms, the warmer weather flowing throughout the Upstate recently is a welcome sign of the season to come.
PICKENS COUNTY — For 58 years Miracle Hill Children's Home has been a place of safety and refuge for Upstate kids removed from abusive or neglectful homes.
PICKENS COUNTY — All seven mayors from Pickens County signed a proclamation declaring the month of March as “March for Meals” in honor and support of Pickens County Meals on Wheels.
PICKENS COUNTY — Former County Administrator Matthew Delk was paid a lump sum of $148,000 — a full year's salary — as part of a Confidential Settlement Agreement and Release of Claims signed Feb. 17 by him and the chair of the...