PICKENS COUNTY — The School District of Pickens County has settled a second Tax Increment Financing dispute, in this instance with the city of Easley, which means more funds flow to the district's coffers.
EASLEY — Easley Fire Department personnel responded Tuesday to 109 Trey C0urt in Easley to find the singlewide mobile home engulfed in flames.
CLEMSON — Immigration issues are the focus of the Feb. 17 meeting of the Clemson Area League of Women Voters.
EASLEY — Dating back to the early 1900's, it was no surprise when it was announced that the historic Martin House had been selected to serve as the home of the upcoming Easley Area Museum, but the house has a rich history of its...
EASLEY — The Easley High School Greenwave had a full night on Tuesday, with two varsity basketball games, the introduction of the new varsity head football coach and a special ceremony honoring three graduating senior athletes.
POWDERSVILLE — The Carolina Indoor Performance Association along with the Powdersville High School Band is hosting the Powdersville Indoor Classic at the high school on Valentine's Day.
EASLEY – Anna Goodwin, Wil Jones, Chris Mann and Shirley Reese, all of Easley, have agreed to serve three-year terms on the Baptist Easley Foundation board of directors.
EASLEY — Easley Fire Department firefighters responded to a residential fire around 10 a.m. Friday at 118 Lucille Ave. in Easley following a 911 call.
PICKENS COUNTY — A. R. Lewis Elementary School is the home for a pilot program to further a basic educational need of Pickens County's children: reading.
EASLEY — Earlier this month the creation of the Easley Area Museum was announced. Their goals are humble, yet prideful: to preserve the heritage of the Easley area for the benefit of present and future citizens, to serve as a teaching tool to...
PICKENS — The Pickens Blue Flame held a press conference Feb. 5 to honor the signing of one of its gridiron standouts to play at the collegiate level.
PICKENS — Pickens High School's athletic department will pick and grin their way to raising funds for some very deserving student-athletes and their athletic programs with Pickin' in Pickens.
EASLEY — Easley High School Athletics Director Gill Payne is finishing the first year of his tenure at the Green Wave helm and has scored a coup for the football program with the announcement of the team's new head coach for the upcoming...
EASLEY — Going to the prom is a milestone in almost every young woman's life and everyone knows it's all about one thing: the dress.
CENTRAL – The Division of Fine Arts at Southern Wesleyan University is planning a fantastic array of performances this spring, offering something for every taste – from classical to jazz:
CENTRAL – In 1979, Dr. Don Campbell was 24 years old and in his second year of teaching high school when he joined the Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS).
PENDLETON — Stephanie A. Cretté, director of the Warren Lasch Conservation Center at Clemson University's Restoration Institute, will visit Tri-County Technical College on Feb. 23 to discuss the H.L. Hunley.
COLUMBIA – New enhancements make it easier than ever for state residents of all ages to use Discus – South Carolina's Virtual Library.
Jeremiah Dew gives Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic “I Have a Dream” speech, part of his presentation titled “One Voice: A Black History Narrative,” which combines his performances with video interviews of those involved...
CLEMSON — Your phone, computer, TV — all are modern-day technologies made possible largely by light-based technologies. With materials as the technology enabler within all devices and components, Clemson University is uniquely positioned...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College's veterans' resource center and the Early Childhood Development program are co-sponsoring a Valentine's event for military families to connect them with College and veterans'...
PICKENS COUNTY — The Lake Hartwell Sail and Power Squadron, part of the U.S. Power Squadron, will teach the Americas Boating Course, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Feb. 14 at the Messiah Lutheran Church, 1100 Log Shoals Road in Mauldin.
PICKENS COUNTY — A new study released from Smart Asset listed Pickens County among the top 10 counties in South Carolina where buying a home is more financially sound than renting.
PICKENS COUNTY — Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative, along with Blue Ridge Security, has announced the charities that will benefit from Blue Ridge Fest 2015, a highly sought after financial boon for nonprofits.
EASLEY — Four Easley High School football players took part in National Signing Day by signing their letters of intent during a reception held for the students and their families in the school's media center.