The Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce held its 22nd annual golf tournament and expo at Smithfield Country Club on May 5. Individuals and businesses alike sent representatives to compete for top honors and bragging rights within the community for the...
EASLEY — A recently appointed part-time municipal court judge in the city of Easley resigned May 6 after a brief stint with the city court and cited issues with Easley Police Department officials and processes as the reasons.
WALHALLA – A 32-year-old West Union woman has been charged with providing alcohol to a Walhalla teenager who was charged with two counts of felony DUI in a wreck that occurred March 14 on S.C. 11.
PICKENS — Nine Blue Flame athletes brought home medals after traveling to the annual Viking Strength Meet held at Spartanburg High School on April 25.
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.
CLEMSON — Placing less reliance on monitoring software and modifying new media training to align with student-athletes' habits and input will promote more positive and responsible usage of social networks.
By Lynda AbeggFor The Easley Progress
PICKENS – Ecosystems on the Homestead will be offered at Hagood Mill from 10 a.m. to noon May 9. Participants will find out the science behind a historical homestead and marvel at the instinctive genius of pioneers. Participants will learn...
By Elyssa Parnelleparnell@civitasmedia.comNEWBERRY — Being a doctor was something that Clif Caldwell always wanted to do.
By D. C. Moodydmoody@civitasmedia.com
COLUMBIA — What had been touted in the midterm election cycle of 2014 as the highest of priorities for the South Carolina legislative and executive branches could go quietly into that “pothole” night.
PENDLETON — The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina offers Story Time and More, a monthly reading and activity program, and Kids Day, a monthly hands on activity program.
Staff ReportThe National Association of Letter Carriers will conduct its 23rd annual nationwide Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on May 9.
By Kasie Stricklandkstrickland@civitasmedia.com
UPSTATE — Local boys from Pickens County and Powdersville joined upwards of 1,600 Scouts from all around the area for an annual three-day camp out at the Boy Scouts of America “Onward & Upward” Exporee.
CLEMSON — Clemson University students have begun shadowing doctors in South Carolina's Upstate as part of a new program that is aimed to help students decide whether they want to pursue jobs in health care.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Doodle Trail was the focus of discussion at the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce's recent Fourth Thursday luncheon, with city officials and builders providing updates on the status and progress of the...
Fairview Water Gardens, a new business in Six Mile, had its official grand opening April 18. Fairview Water Gardens is a family owned business that carries high-quality standard and butterfly koi, goldfish, fish food, water quality products, plants,...
EASLEY — The city of Easley has passed a plan to bring some needed relief and repairs to Oak Creek Subdivision, which has suffered drainage issues and sinkholes for several years.
POWDERSVILLE — In December 2012, what Emily Stansell and her mother Angela assumed were headaches turned out to be much more terrifying.Anaplastic medulloblastoma, to be exact.
EASLEY — It was like a trip back to a simpler time in Pickens County as Pete's Drive-in held it's seventh annual Cruz-in and classic car show, giving passersby and visitors a glimpse of the restaurant as it might have looked when it...
EASLEY — Music on Market was greeted by a beautiful night for music and dancing as the city of Easley kicked off its season with The Flashbacks and a hefty turnout May 1.