PICKENS COUNTY — The 2015 JetToy Challenge concluded March 2 with Forest Acres Elementary School in Easley taking home the top honors.
EASLEY — The City of Easley has announced the 2015 Main Street Challenge, a new program full of incentives for the development of its downtown area.
PICKENS COUNTY — For 58 years Miracle Hill Children's Home has been a place of safety and refuge for Upstate kids removed from abusive or neglectful homes.
PICKENS COUNTY — All seven mayors from Pickens County signed a proclamation declaring the month of March as “March for Meals” in honor and support of Pickens County Meals on Wheels.
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.
CLEMSON — There's a lot of waste in the world — literally and figuratively — but thanks to a harmless little fly, some of this waste is being recycled and turned into a slew of beneficial products.
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.
EASLEY — Boy Scout Leaders were honored for their dedication and contributions to scouting at the annual Pickens District Awards Banquet held Feb. 28 at St. Andrews United Methodist Church.
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CENTRAL — Central Railway Museum is now open to the public every Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Railroad crossings, like this one at Main Street and Pendleton Street in downtown Easley, have been closed as workers are replacing railroad ties along the Norfolk Southern track. As work progresses, the closed crossings will move closer to the...
EASLEY — March 3 was National Pancake Day and a national chain restaurant took advantage of the opportunity to raise money for Children's Miracle Network by giving away pancakes in exchange for donations.
EASLEY — By all accounts Dakota Jacks was a teenager who was not only special to his family and friends, but also the community before his untimely passing in 2014, and one local charity received a donation in his honor to perpetuate his spirit...
CLEMSON – Four people have been named recipients of Clemson University's Martin Luther King Jr. Award for Excellence in Service.
CLEMSON – Rhondda Robinson Thomas, associate professor of English at Clemson University, has received $100,000 for her research about African Americans who lived and labored on Clemson land during the pre-1963 integration period. James E. Bostic...
EASLEY — The Powdersville Branch Library of the Anderson County Library System will repeat its popular Flash Fiction workshop at 6 p.m. March 23, showing you how to write works of fiction in 100 words or less.
CLEMSON — If you listen closely when you turn out the lights for the night, you're likely to hear a coyote howl.
PICKENS COUNTY — South Carolina has been among the nation's worst when it comes to criminal domestic violence and the death rate associated with it, but Sen. Larry Martin's bill to make a change in that statistic has cleared its...
PICKENS COUNTY — Pickens County has been chosen to receive $44,766 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.
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.
EASLEY — The Easley Recreation Center is holding free position camps through July for the 2015 season for student athletes ages 8-13 who want to participate in flag or contact football.
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...
EASLEY — Residents of the Alice Mill Community filed a lawsuit last week against T&S Recycling alleging the company's location at 100 Maple St. is in direct violation of multiple state statutes and county ordinances.
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...
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.