EASLEY — More than 245 people turned out to take part in the annual steak dinner to benefit local Boy Scouts, an event that ended up raising a staggering $35,000.
Marathon Church of Powdersville was honored as the February Powdersville Business of the Month for the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce. Chamber members met together to celebrate with the staff of Marathon Church.
EASLEY — The dispute over Tax Incremental Funds between Pickens County Council and the city of Easley took a new turn at a special session, leaving Easley in a holding pattern.
PICKENS COUNTY — As long as all things remain equal and the creeks don't rise — literally — the Doodle Trail will remain on schedule to open on time, welcoming riders to Pickens County.
PICKENS COUNTY — Under normal circumstances, only punk rock and serious rebellion would make a woman shave her head, but not in the case of the Pickens County Relay for Life 2015.
CENTRAL — Passenger and freight trains haven't had service to Central since the 1970's but that hasn't stopped the town from continuing to celebrate its railway heritage.
COLUMBIA – New enhancements make it easier than ever for state residents of all ages to use Discus – South Carolina's Virtual Library.
EASLEY — The Fine Arts Center of Easley has announced the addition of a Homeschool Arts Academy for the 2015-2016 school year.
PICKENS COUNTY — Residents took advantage of Pill Take Back Day held earlier this month by turning in an astounding 390 pounds of prescription medications during the first of two such events scheduled to take place this year.
SENECA – A boater education class will be held from noon to 5 p.m. May 9 in the downstairs meeting room at Duke Energy's World of Energy, 7812 Rochester Highway Road.
EASLEY — Little Caesars is partnering with SHINE (Stopping Hunger In Nearby Easley) to provide a hot meal for an estimated 175 people in need this Thursday at the SHINE Soup Kitchen in Easley.
PICKENS – Ecosystems on the Homestead is the final homesteading class at Hagood Mill.
PENDLETON — The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina offers Story Time and More, a monthly reading and activity program, and Kids Day, a monthly hands on activity program.
PICKENS — Despite threats of cancellation due to bad weather, and a dreary start with the cruise-in on Friday, this year's Azalea Festival triumphed over Mother Nature as sunny skies and cool breezes welcomed festival goers on Saturday...
This month's Greater Pickens Chamber of the Month is the Acker, Lambert and Hinton Law Firm. Located at 859 Pendleton Street in Pickens, the Acker, Lambert and Hinton firm provides legal representation to individuals in all aspects of the law...
CENTRAL – The Southern Wesleyan University Concert Choir will combine with the Chorale of the Greater Anderson Musical Arts Consortium to present a concert of Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, Brahms' Liebeslieder Waltzes, and the final...
PICKENS COUNTY — Residents from across Pickens County flocked to the Pickens County Airport last weekend to support the Pickens County Meals on Wheels, see some classic cars or even take a flight in a helicopter or plane for a unique...
PICKENS — The Pickens County Literacy Association will hold its 10th annual Spring Used Book Sale on May 1 and May 2 at the Pickens Presbyterian Church, 311 W. Main St.
Members of the Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce awarded Best Western Plus General Manager Sheila Penton and staff with the Powdersville Business of the Month for February.
PICKENS COUNTY — Blue pinwheels are popping up everywhere in Pickens County and for good reason.
PICKENS COUNTY — It appears as if a lawsuit against the City of Easley by Pickens County will move forward, with the city having no indication as to what county council is asking for over disputed tax funds.
PICKENS COUNTY — A decision by the S.C. Republican Party's executive committee to investigate the events that unfolded last week at the Pickens County Republican party convention comes on the heels of a formal protest filed by the Pickens...
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COLUMBIA — The exhibition Carolina Makers opened April 18 at the S.C. State Museum to celebrate those who are producing handmade objects for everyday use locally and around the world.
EASLEY — Nicole Hemphill was named Young Careerist by S.C. Business and Professional Women at their annual state conference held March 21 in Spartanburg.