EASLEY — Nicole Hemphill was named Young Careerist by S.C. Business and Professional Women at their annual state conference held March 21 in Spartanburg.
COLUMBIA — With the demand for certified organic foods rising steadily among health-conscious consumers, more farmers are taking the time and making the effort to seek organic certification.
PICKENS COUNTY — South Carolinians have a unique opportunity to place their name or the name of a loved one on a brick paver atop Sassafras Mountain, the state's highest point, while also helping raise funds for the observation platform.
SENECA — The home of Sharon Harper Pelfrey at 833 White Oak Hill Drive in Seneca has been added to the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail.
PICKENS COUNTY — Members of the Pickens County Legislative Delegation have filed a formal protest with the state offices of the Republican party asking that local GOP Convention results be nullified.
PICKENS COUNTY — Two teams of elementary students from Pickens County took home trophies from the South Carolina FIRST LEGO League's West State Championship on March 21.
EASLEY — Jean Carey of Easley was inducted into the Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
PICKENS — Paul Greenstein, a National Merit semifinalists from Daniel High School, has been named as a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, the nation's largest academic competition.
PICKENS COUNTY — Sarah E. Jordan, Foods & Nutrition Teacher at Daniel High School, was sworn in as the new president of the South Carolina Affiliate of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (SCAFCS ) at their 100th annual state...
COLUMBIA — The South Carolina High School League recently held its annual Legislative Assembly meeting during the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association Spring Conference in Charleston.
CLEMSON — Community service grant applications are now available from the Clemson Rotary Club for area agencies that serve Pickens, Oconee and Anderson counties.
SUNSET – The Reserve at Lake Keowee's Charitable Foundation's 2014 giving totaled $60,000, a new record for the eight-year-old program.
WESTMINSTER — The 1921 Sears Roebuck craftsman style cottage owned by Mildred and Jim Spearman located at 101 Augusta Street was added to the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail. The original quilt was made by Mildred Spearman in the late 1970's...
PICKENS — A Pickens High School student was arrested last Friday morning for bringing a gun onto campus after making threats the night before.
PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County is looking for a few good ideas.
PICKENS — “A Bluesman's Close-Up: Photographs of Mac Arnold by Brian S. Kelley” will open April 15 at the Pickens County Museum of Art & History as part of the Greater Clemson Blues Festival which runs through April...
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...