SENECA – The Oconee County Humane Society will hold a Male Cat Neuterathon on Jan. 24 at the Fox Nest Veterinary Hospital, 10445 Clemson Boulevard in Seneca.
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PICKENS — Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) and Marathon Church will hold the first United for Youth Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Marathon Church in Pickens.
LIBERTY — A Liberty man was released from the Pickens County Detention Center on a personal recognizance bond after being charged last week with ill treatment of animals and failure to bury dead animals.
EASLEY — After more than eight years of service, Easley City Administrator Fox Simons will be saying “goodbye” to the Upstate and heading to Myrtle Beach.
PICKENS COUNTY — The 2014/2015 flu season is in full swing with cases having been diagnosed in every hospital across the Upstate.
PICKENS — A class action lawsuit filed against the S.C. Department of Social Services cites the case of 17-year-old Kameron C. Simmons, who was being housed within the Pickens County Detention Center instead of a DSS facility.
COLUMBIA — South Carolina Wildlife magazine is planning a new, reader-driven feature called “Trip Report” for 2015, but for it to work, your pictures, videos, trail journals and written descriptions of your latest and greatest...
ANDERSON COUNTY — Investigators with the Anderson County Sheriff's Narcotics Unit executed search warrants at two Anderson County locations on Jan. 4 and made 13 arrests.
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office needs the public's help to locate a Pickens man wanted on three outstanding arrest warrants.
WALHALLA — Two of the three people charged in the death of a former Pickens County resident were charged late last week with kidnapping in connection with the case, the Walhalla Police Department said.
EASLEY — The YMCA sees huge influx of new members come every January, but as New Year's resolutions fade from people's minds, membership numbers begin to dwindle — something the organization is actively trying to prevent in...
EASLEY — In kicking off its inaugural “Coats for Kids” clothing drive, the Parenting Place has been overwhelmed with the generosity and outpouring of support from the community.
SENECA – In response to a change in the Keowee-Toxaway Low Inflow Protocol (LIP) status, Duke Energy recently announced lake residents using lake pumps for irrigation on Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee are no longer asked to voluntarily restrict...
EASLEY — The construction at Woodside Park is progressing faster than expected. Concrete footers are being poured and the playground equipment has already been delivered to the site.
PICKENS COUNTY — Following a 2014 decision concerning the state's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by the S.C. Supreme Court, exempting autopsy results from the information available to the public, Sen. Larry Martin is looking to change...
EASLEY — Students from across Pickens County gathered to compete as well as encourage one another with toys, not to mention science, technology and mathematics.
EASLEY — After months of anticipation, the doors of Zaxby's were flung open on Monday in a grand opening celebration featuring a ribbon cutting hosted by the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce.
LIBERTY – A 33-year-old Liberty man was charged Friday with ill treatment of animals after as many as nine animals were found in varying stages of decomposition at his home on Blackbottom Road.
PICKENS COUNTY — With colder weather sweeping into the Upstate, gas logs in fire places are cranking up and furnaces across the county are kicking on. But with these heat sources can come an unexpected danger — carbon monoxide...
PICKENS COUNTY — Everyone's favorite cookies are back — and with technology now on their side, Girl Scout cookies are now more accessible (and delicious) than ever.
EASLEY — The Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce will host its 2015 State of the Economy Luncheon on Jan. 15 to help local businesses prepare for the landscape of the new business year.
EASLEY — When is the last time you had your blood pressure checked? Get it checked for free on the second Tuesday of each month at the Hampton Memorial Library in Easley.
PICKENS — If you have ever wondered about the workings of a colony of social insects, the Pickens County Beekeepers Association has just the class for you.
Secona Baptist Church in Pickens honored their oldest living member, Ercel Pace, on Dec. 21, 2014. Ms. Pace was recognized on her 100th birthday during the morning worship service. Afterwards, the congregation hosted a birthday lunch where Ms. Pace...
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