Chastain Road Elementary School students Morgan Bryant, MeKenzie Wade and Kayla Barton thank a local veteran for his service while helping in the car line during a Veterans Day celebration at the school in Liberty. Local veterans helped open doors in...
Alex Birch, left, on violin, Benjamin Buck, middle, and Henry Mayo, both viola player, participated in the Western Region Orchestra auditions on Oct. 4 at the League Academy of Communication Arts in Greenville. They competed against the best string...
LIBERTY — The Pickens County Humane Society has been helping area dogs and cats for years, but now they are the ones in need.
PICKENS COUNTY — The holiday season seems to bring out the giving nature in many of us and Pickens County Meals on Wheels could use the community's assistance, and not just for the holidays.
The Library Media Center at A.R. Lewis Elementary School in Pickens recently hosted “Mouse” from “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” storybooks. Students in grades 4k-3 listened to the story, received a cookie, and had a meet and...
CLEMSON — Northland Communication is collecting toys through Dec. 15 for its fifth annual Toy Drive for donation to the local Salvation Army.
EASLEY — A fire at a Downtown Easley restaurant is still under investigation as local and state officials continue to hunt for the cause.
Members of the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce along with the owners, employees, family and friends of Front Porch Fixins celebrated the grand opening of the “mom and pop” style grocery and retail store earlier this month. Front Porch...
LIBERTY — The Alliance for a Healthier Generation, founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation, recognized Chastain Road Elementary School with a 2014 National Healthy Schools Award for transforming its environment into...
Students from the Pickens County Career & Technology Center's Law Enforcement Services class have graduated from the 911 Telecommunications Program through the Pickens County 911 Office. Shown are, bottom row from left, Daniel Martin, Stephen...
PICKENS COUNTY – The South Carolina Department of Public Safety has launched the 2014-2015 Christmas/New Year Sober or Slammer! enforcement blitz to combat impaired driving and reduce highway fatalities and injuries.
EASLEY — Easley City Council voted unanimously to renew a contract between the Easley Fire Department and the county for fire protection with a new clause: the county must give 24 months notice to the city if they decide to no longer utilize the...
PICKENS – The grandmother of a 14-month-old boy is in jail on charges of murder/homicide by child abuse after a lethal dose of Oxycodone was found in the “sippy” cup the woman gave to the child.
PICKENS — The Pickens Fire Department has been planning to undertake a massive CPR training program in January but there's a problem: the fire department has only raised about 10 percent of the funds needed.
PICKENS — The third reading of a proposed Capital Needs Plan to relieve the fiscal woes the School District of Pickens County is facing in the coming years, scheduled for Dec. 15, was delayed until a key component of the plan is in...
EASLEY — Open enrollment for health insurance runs through February 2015 but if you need coverage to begin by the first of the year, you must be enrolled no later than Dec. 15.
PICKENS COUNTY — The giving spirit seems to hit most people during the holidays and with the cold weather here there is a real need among food banks and relief organizations throughout Pickens County.
EASLEY – At the recent annual meeting of the Carolinas Healthcare Public Relations/Marketing, Allison Greene was presented the John L. Thomason award.
DEEP SOUTH POLE — Country Santa has been working year round for this season, but it seems the Deep South Pole needs a few more elves to help more than 1,300 families in the area.
PICKENS — 'Tis the season of giving and the Pickens Revitalization Association is continuing its Shop Local Initiative, Gift of Pickens to keep local dollars in the local economy.
EASLEY – Pickens County Meals on Wheels volunteers and supporters gathered recently to honor those who are “Every Day Heroes” and help make the program successful.
EASLEY — In 2010 the staff of Community Chiropractic decided to start a tradition.
EASLEY — Video piracy often seems like a victimlesss crime to those committing it, but the reality is that by illegally downloading or streaming movies off the Internet, there is a cost — and it trickles down.
PICKENS COUNTY — A dream to help homeless families in Pickens County regain their independence became a reality this fall when a non-profit organization called Family Promise was established.
PENDLETON – A family business that specializes in the manufacturing of garden products, premium potting soils and both natural and organic dry and liquid fertilizers is establishing operations in Anderson County. FoxFarm Soil and Fertilizer...
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