EASLEY — Easley Foothills Playhouse opens its new season with You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, a musical featuring six of your favorite characters from Charles Shultz' Peanuts comic strip.
PENDLETON — Costumed tour guide Ellen Harrison will lead a 1.6-mile walking tour of Pendleton on Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 that will focus on the south end of the historic district, taking guests up and down Mechanics Street.
PENDLETON – The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum will host “Kids Day at THE AG: Framers Who Were Farmers” from 10 a.m. to noon Sept. 20 in honor of Constitution Week.
EASLEY — Easley's Rising Star is looking for entrants for its third annual contest to be held Oct. 2.
CLEMSON – Clemson University's Charles H. Houston Center will host a PSAT/SAT workshop on Sept. 20.
ANDERSON — Public access to Anderson County PAWS (Pets Are Worth Saving) will be limited for the next two weeks following the detection of parvovirus in three canines and panleukopenia in three felines.
EASLEY — Movies on the Market is returning Sept. 6 to the amphitheater in Old Market Square for the seventh year in a row.
EASLEY — Traditions have always been important at Easley High School. Student Council loves to encourage old traditions, as well as create new ones.
The Doodle Trail is steadily growing closer to completion as the railroad ties lining the old rail line are in the process of being moved. The cost of the project hit a cost overrun of approximately 75 percent, but usage of the trail is tentatively...
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University has added a new bachelor's degree program in social studies education.
ANDERSON — The Road to Jericho quilt block is designed from a quilt made from fabrics collected over several decades by Clara Webb Lindsay, in 1995.
PICKENS — The Pickens Senior Center located in the Hagood Community Center joined the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail with a quilt block was sponsored by the Hagood Community Center Fiber Arts Program.
EASLEY — The City of Easley is looking for volunteers to oversee the operation of the Easley Community Garden behind City Hall where the former Courtesy Drop Off used to be.
GREENVILLE — The local conservation group Upstate Forever received a $5,000 grant last year from the TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank to help expand its efforts to increase public awareness and appreciation for...
CLEMSON — The Utsey Chamber Music Series kicks off its 2014-2015 season with the Dover Quartet at a brand-new start time of 7:30 p.m. Sept. 9, at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
CLEMSON — Clemson University and the University of Georgia may compete on the football field, but researchers from the two institutions continue working together to develop low-cost technology that can detect and isolate cancer...
CLEMSON — Clemson University's College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities will explore “Race and the University: A Campus Conversation” throughout this academic year with a series of events, exhibitions and discussions...
PICKENS COUNTY — The Pickens County School Board, in a 4-2 vote, approved a motion to spend $250,000 from the general fund on two new activity buses on Aug 25.
EASLEY — Baptist Easley Hospital, under the leadership of CEO Michael Batchelor, has been focused on charitable work in Pickens County and the United Way is the benefactor this time.
PICKENS — Vintage fiddle music will fill the hills and hollers around Hagood Mill on Sept. 20 when some of the best fiddlers in the southeast gather to compete in the annual S.C. Fiddling Championship.
EASLEY — It's always been tough for the kids to head back to school, but when the signs of summer are still so apparent it makes it even tougher.But the City of Easley tried to ease students' pain last Saturday.
EASLEY — The new ISO classification rating for the Easley Fire Department has dropped to a Class 3 and Fire Chief Butch Womack says the department is on track to be lowered to a Class 2 by this time next year.
Congressman Jeff Duncan was the guest speaker at the Easley Rotary Club on Aug. 19. Duncan spoke on many topics, mainly focusing on his views of corporate tax reformation, deportation hearings of unaccompanied minors from Central America, and the...
COLUMBIA — Scott William Farmer, 37, of Anderson, was sentenced Aug. 19 in federal court in Spartanburg for knowing endangerment by release of asbestos, a violation of 42 U.S.C. § 7413(c)(5).
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College is offering an Electrical Wiring Certificate program for individuals who want to prepare for careers as electricians.