CLEMSON – An 18-year-old man from Clemson has been charged with murder in connection with an overnight stabbing death at Goldenwoods Apartments.
EASLEY — Brandy Monique (Robinson) Willingham, 33, and her 5-year-old son Brandon have been missing from their home in Easley since Aug. 18 and nearly a month later there are no answers to their whereabouts.
Wells Fargo funded a $22,500 grant to Tri-County Technical College to purchase equipment for the career pathways programs. Here, Scott Webber, senior vice president, Anderson market president, for Wells Fargo Bank in Anderson, third from left,...
PENDLETON – Ann Hall, accounting manager for the Business Affairs Division at Tri-County Technical College, was honored Aug. 14 with the highest award given for staff excellence at the College.
PENDLETON – The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina is hosting a new program called “Story Time and More” beginning Sept. 7.
CLEMSON — Men's cotton briefs can serve the needs of science when buried in a field for a few weeks. It's a takeoff on an agronomy soil test that uses cotton swatches to measure carbon consumption by microbes. Microbes living in soil...
CLEMSON — If you've ever had a notion to sell the kids — or lambs, calves, colts or fillies — Clemson University has a workshop to help you learn the commercial side of animal husbandry.
EASLEY — Tri-County Technical College's Licensed Practical Nursing program received a continued eight-year accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) at its July meeting.
EASLEY — Are you an up and coming artist or maybe even an established artist looking for an affordable opportunity to gain community exposure? If so, then Arts Council of Pickens County has the perfect chance for you to do so.
CLEMSON — When rains came, Noah had one approach. Cal Sawyer has another.
POWDERSVILLE — Water meters in the Powdersville area will be getting a major upgrade come fall of 2015.
PICKENS — The third annual Founder's Day Music Festival returns to downtown Pickens this weekend to celebrate the musical and cultural heritage of the city all culminating around Founder of the City Andrew Pickens 275th...
Dr. Daniel Merck, superintendent of the School District of Pickens County, spoke Monday on how economics impact a community largely dependent on education. Merck joined several other speakers at the Creating a Healthy Upstate conference held at...
CLEMSON — While high school students around the nation were dreading returning to the classroom, 37 of their high-achieving peers got a jump start on the future by participating in the South Carolina Commissioner's School of Agriculture at...
Students at Chastain Road Elementary School in Liberty recently received quite a treat from Shaw Industries in Norris. Each summer, employees at Shaw Industries collect school supplies to donate to needy children at a local school. This year, they...
GAFFNEY — A. L. Curtis, a longtime resident, educator and coach in Pickens County, passed away Aug. 31 in Gaffney, leaving behind a strong local legacy. He was 84.
EASLEY — Independent gubernatorial candidate Tom Ervin held a town hall meeting Tuesday as he continues his bid to gain the governor's seat in Columbia.
ANDERSON COUNTY — An Easley woman charged in a weekend boating accident that killed two children has been denied bond and will likely remain in jail until her next court appearance, scheduled for Oct. 10.
PICKENS COUNTY – Marketing the Upstate as one region with 1.4 million people rather than as its separate entities creates a win-win situation for the area, the president and CEO of Upstate SC Alliance told the Manufacturers Caring for Pickens...
PIEDMONT – A senior at Wren High School has received the 2014 Robert D. Bennett Community Service Scholarship for a community service project that brought students, music and cancer patients together.
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.
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