CLEMSON — If you listen closely when you turn out the lights for the night, you're likely to hear a coyote howl.
PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County has completed a refinance of its obligations concerning the building program in Pickens County with little change as to what district administrators expected.
PICKENS COUNTY — The rate of advancement of technology, the speed of its proliferation and the pace at which it is evolving in the 21st century is the highest it has been since the Industrial Revolution causing a shift in modern-day...
PICKENS COUNTY — In an effort to streamline communication between government officials and local constituents, Rep. Neal Collins has taken to social media in what he refers to as “live townhalls.”
Six-week art classes begin March 5
PICKENS – Dale Cochran will present his “Exploring Watercolor – The Next Step” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 14 in the Liz Smith-Cox Educational Studio at the Pickens County Museum of Art & History.
PICKENS COUNTY – The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has taken possession of all documents related to a Taser incident that resulted in the firing last week of a Pickens County deputy after an internal investigation revealed the deputy...
Sharon King, left, chair of the Pickens County Farm Bureau Women's Committee, received a special achievement award on behalf of Pickens County from SCFB State Women's Leadership Committee Chair Frances Price during the organization's...
PICKENS COUNTY – The Pickens County Sheriff's Office charged Anita Ann McNeely with one count of cruelty to a child following an investigation into a domestic disturbance reported to the Sheriff's Office on Feb. 23.
PICKENS COUNTY — The 2014/2015 school year began with three snow make-up days built into the district's calender, but with harsh winter weather and icy roads having plagued the county recently, those buffer days have already been...
PICKENS COUNTY — The Easley Progress and The Pickens Sentinel have submitted Freedom of Information Act requests to Pickens County requesting materials concerning the resignation of Matthew Delk, former Pickens County administrator.
PICKENS COUNTY — According to the S.C. Press Association and its legal counsel, Pickens County Council violated state law in a vote taken during a scheduled meeting in January, which would in turn invalidate the unanimous vote cast on the...
LIBERTY — Childhood bullying is a reality that many youth have to deal with in their day-to-day life.
PICKENS COUNTY – A deputy with the Pickens County Sheriff's Office has been fired after an internal investigation determined his use of a Taser on a man in a wheelchair was inappropriate.
CENTRAL – The public is invited to the Reunion of Upcountry Families March 12-14.
COLUMBIA – i1 Biometrics has signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina where members of the USC football team will wear the Vector MouthGuard this spring as the instrument of telemetry to measure the brain's linear and...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College is hosting College Goal SC on Feb. 28 to help students and their families fill out and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA.
PICKENS COUNTY — The long awaited day is finally here, sating sweet tooths county wide by the truck load as cases of Girl Scout cookies are pouring into the Upstate.
PICKENS — The period following the Civil War known as Reconstruction was an especially difficult time in South Carolina with the state having been the birthplace of rebellion and the Pickens County Museum has a rare piece of the history that...
PICKENS — Six different non-profits in Pickens County have joined efforts to the Gathering On Appalachian Life from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Feb. 28.
SIX MILE – A 51-year-old Six Mile man found dead inside a burning building early Wednesday morning died from smoke inhalation, Pickens County officials said.
Gov. Nikki Haley has declared a State of Emergency to mobilize additional state resources should they been needed in response to the impending hazardous weather.
EASLEY — It could be the old saying is wrong and it's the fourth time that's the charm, at least if you ask Easley's Brandy Bocchino who has been named a member of the 2015 Disney Parks Moms Panel.
CLEMSON — Clemson University has promoted Brian Callahan to associate director of Extension, which provides technology transfer to residents of all 46 counties in the state.
Motorists throughout the state need to be constantly aware of roaming white-tailed deer, according to a state deer biologist.