Police Blotter Feb. 27, - Andrew Phillip Hammond was arrested on Main Street in Pickens for driving under suspension.
March 1, - Tyler Lee Gilstrap was arrested in Pickens for motor vehicle theft, damage to personal property/damage to city property, and possession of stolen property.
According to an incident report issued by the Pickens Police Department, officers were informed of a moped that was possibly stolen and entering the city on HWY 178. Office...
2013 Adult Coed Volleyball Leagues now forming The Pickens Recreation Dept. is now holding registration for adult coed volleyball, formally known as the “Backyard League.”
Players must be 21 years old (ID required). The registration fee will be $45/$55 in-city/out-of-city and due at time of sign-up.
Due date for registration fees is March 28 at the Recreation Deapartment on Sangamo Road. Fees are non-refundable. Once registration is concluded, players will be placed on teams by the le...
Countryside Village & Park hosts blood drive EASLEY — Countryside Village & Park is holding a blood drive on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to help the Blood Connection replenish its supply for those in need.
“We encourage members of our community to come and donate this valuable, life-saving resource. There are so many benefits to donating,” said Alicia Keely, community relations coordinator, Emeritus at Countryside Village & Park. “It feels great to donate,” she said.
Auction to benefit hungry children PICKENS — Pickens Rotarians are seeking community support to feed more than 400 hungry children throughout Pickens County.
The Pickens Rotary Club’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Auction hopes to raise $12,500 to donate to the Feed A Hungry Child organization. The event is scheduled for March 23 at 6 p.m. at Pickens First Baptist Church.
Items donated include A trip to Asheville and Biltmore House and a week’s stay at Pawley’s Island plus d...
Lonnie Adamson Editor/General ManagerThe Pickens Sentinel