EASLEY — With the election concluded, Sen. Larry Martin administered the oath of office to three new Pickens County legislative delegates on Nov. 10 in a brief ceremony that took place in the Delegation Office board room.
EASLEY — Robinson Memorial Gardens hosted one of the largest crowds to date for Tuesday's Veteran's Day ceremony as families, friends, active and retired service men and women showed up to solemnly offer thanks to our nation's...
CENTRAL – Golf teams teed off Oct. 13 at Pickens Country Club for Southern Wesleyan University's annual P. B. Wood Golf Tournament, sponsored by First Citizens Bank.Prizes were awarded as follows:
EASLEY — Woodside Park will be getting a $34,000 makeover thanks to a resolution that was unanimously passed during the Easley City Council meeting on Nov. 10.
CLEMSON — Middle and high school students from school districts in Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties attended the 2014 Anderson-Oconee-Pickens Business & Industry Showcase held Oct. 1 and Oct. 2 at Littlejohn Coliseum.
EASLEY — A usually empty stretch of closed businesses was made a little brighter last Saturday when two members of the local band Remember Tomorrow set up an impromptu acoustic jam session to entertain shoppers and raise awareness for their...
CLEMSON — The Pickens/Oconee/Anderson Master Gardener Program will begin Jan. 26 and last until May 18 with weekly meetings taking place on Mondays from 9 a.m. to noon.
CLEMSON — Clemson University and the University of South Carolina are competing to see who can sign up more organ and tissue donors leading up to the big football game on Nov. 29.
EASLEY — In a standing room only size crowd, Easley City Council members voted on the hotly debated issue of limiting the number of canines permitted per residence to five. In a 5-2 vote, the ordinance passed second reading and is now officially...
PICKENS — Residents of Pickens County will get a sneak peek of the Town Creek Bike Park in Pickens this weekend when the City of Pickens hosts a ribbon cutting to open the new venue.
CENTRAL – When Krystal Pearce entered Southern Wesleyan University as a freshman in August 2013, few could have realized the impact that she would have during the brief period of time she was a student.
CLEMSON — Sigma Chi Fraternity at Clemson University recently hosted its annual Derby Days, one of the largest charitable events by a Greek organization in the Southeast.
PICKENS — The school board for the School District of Pickens County held a scheduled meeting Nov. 10 and there were some new faces and changes in the board, its positions, and also administrative positions as well.
EASLEY — Although the weather didn't appear to show it, the Easley Farmer's Market was alive for the holidays with the 2014 Easley Holiday Farmer's Market on Nov. 8.
EASLEY — Former Baptist Easley Hospital CEO Roddey E. Gettys III has been awarded the Order of the Palmetto, the highest honor a civilian from South Carolina can receive.
EASLEY — The Apple Gold Group, a franchisee of Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar, partnered with the Dacusville Middle School Cheerleading Team to raise over $1,100 at a recent Flapjack Fundraiser. All proceeds raised will be used to...
EASLEY — The Powdersville Branch of the Anderson County Library System will host a workshop on Flash Fiction at 6 p.m. Nov. 17 at the library, 4 Civic Court in Easley.
PICKENS — Robert Burns from Taylors received $400 and a first place trophy in the S.C. Fiddling Championship held at Hagood Mill.
PENDLETON – If you were a child in the 19th century, what kinds of toys and games would you find in your toy chest? Video games? Nope. Monopoly? Most definitely no. But you also wouldn't find yourself being bored, either.
CLEMSON – Clemson trustee Leon J. “Bill” Hendrix Jr. and his wife, Pam, of Kiawah Island, and their children, Jill, Joy, Holly and Jim, have made the first cornerstone gift of $2.5 million to Clemson University Athletics for...
PICKENS — The Carpenter's Wheel quilt block has been placed on the grounds of the historic Hagood-Mauldin House, 104 Lewis St. in Pickens.
EASLEY — Valentin Occasions recently held a Hero Appreciation event honoring local police, fire and emergency medical service personnel along with recognition of veterans and forestry employees.
PICKENS COUNTY — In what was a trend on Nov. 4 with Pickens County voting almost exclusively Republican, the three national seats on the local ballot were no different, with two incumbents and an appointee getting the nod from local...
Tri-County Technical College faculty and staff built bikes for elementary school students in the local Boys and Girls Clubs and Big Brothers Big Sisters organizations during a Professional Development Day activity held Oct. 7 at the College's...
PICKENS COUNTY — Out of 62,424 registered voters in Pickens County, less than half turned out to vote in Tuesday's mid-term election.