EASLEY — The Blood Connection bloodmobile has been making appearances all over the Upstate and is issuing a plea for help from all eligible donors.
PICKENS – Pickens might have lost the Ultimate Food Fight football game on Aug. 22, but the fundraising trophy will stay with Pickens for another year.
EASLEY — A water main break on Brushy Creek Road in Easley last week left the road damaged and highlighted a drainage problem that has been ongoing to the abutting neighborhood's residents.
EASLEY — Sen. Larry Martin and Rep. Phillip Owens took part in a legislative update meeting on Oct. 1.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Autumnal Equinox on Sept. 23 was officially the end of summer and temperatures have already started to drop across the Upstate.
CLEMSON — Clemson University presented degrees to 965 graduates at the Aug. 8, 2014, summer ceremony. President James P. Clements congratulated each of the recipients at his first graduation ceremony at the helm of Clemson University. Local...
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CLEMSON — Clemson University and the University of Georgia may compete on the football field, but researchers from the two institutions continue working together to develop low-cost technology that can detect and isolate cancer...
EASLEY — Pickens County EMS workers Terry “T.J.” Galloway Jr. and Derek Day were presented with plaques of honor during a banquet dinner at Silver Bay Restaurant for their role in helping save the life of Pickens County Deputy Thomas...
PICKENS — Hagood Mill had a record crowd for the State Fiddling Championship this past weekend, with more than 2,200 people in attendance.
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EASLEY – The Easley High School Athletic Hall of Fame will induct four new members on Oct. 3 during halftime of the game against Hanna. This year's inductees are Keith Godfrey, Ron C. Hicks, Sammy Owen and Stanley “Beetle”...
PICKENS — As a result of lower than expected assessment property values in Pickens County, the School District of Pickens County has voted to increase the millage rate for taxes by 4.7 mills. The new rate will be reflected on tax notices in the...
CLEMSON — USA Triathlon announced this week that the 2015 and 2016 USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships will be held in Clemson.
POWDERSVILLE — The Powdersville Business Council, in conjunction with the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce, is hosting a golf tournament Sept. 25 at Southern Oaks Golf Course in Powdersville.
EASLEY — Recently there have been reports of the Enterovirus making its way across the nation and the susceptibility of children to the virus. Baptist Easley Chief Medical Officer Dr. George Helmrich offered up some information and advice for...
EASLEY — Local author and cook Francine Bryson was on hand at Sam's Club in Easley for a chance to meet her fans and sign copies of her newly released cookbook, Blue Ribbon Baking from a Redneck Kitchen.
PICKENS COUNTY/OCONEE COUNTY – Duke Energy will temporarily close one boat ramp at Stamp Creek Access Area and all three ramps at Warpath Access Area on Lake Keowee beginning the week of Sept. 22 to perform planned maintenance...
EASLEY — The Pickens Adult Learning Center is offering free practice GED tests on Sept. 26 and Oct. 3.
EASLEY — Virginia's Coffee and Gifts re-opened at Baptist Easley Hospital the week of Sept. 22 in a renovated space and with a new offering of Starbucks coffee drinks.
WALHALLA – The body of an unidentified male was found Monday afternoon under the S.C. 93 bridge that crosses the Seneca River near Clemson University.
EASLEY — The Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce broke with tradition in its 2014 membership drive and the change saw a huge return for the group's recruiting efforts.
PICKENS — The smell of sulfur is almost too much to bear as the door opens and you walk into the downstairs reception area of the Pickens County Sheriff's Office.
EASLEY — A missing Easley woman and her son have made contact with family and friends via a video posted to social media but questions still remain concerning their sudden disappearance and current whereabouts.
EASLEY — The tradition of celebrating the Constitution was started many years ago by the Daughters of the American Revolution. In 1955, the DAR petitioned Congress to set aside Sept. 17-23 annually to be dedicated for the observance of...
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