CLEMSON — On Tuesday, officers with the City of Clemson Police Department stopped a vehicle fitting the description of one driven by a man who exposed himself to a student at Pendleton High School last week – and caught the man suspected...
PICKENS COUNTY — June 6 has been set aside as a county wide Congressional Medal of Honor Dedication Day.
ANDERSON — Anderson County 4-H has released its 4-H Summer Camp schedule. Space is limited. Contact Jessica Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-226-1581 for more information. Here is a brief description of the programs:
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.
Position campsEASLEY — The Easley Recreation Department are holding position camps for youth ages 8 to 13 who are interested in playing flag football and contact football. The camps continue through July.
By Kasie Stricklandkstrickland@civitasmedia.com
CENTRAL — A tragic car accident on May 19 claimed the life of a Daniel High School sophomore honor student and landed his sister in the hospital.
PENDLETON — The Veterinary Technology Department and the Foundation hosted a groundbreaking and campaign kick-off celebration, called Extreme Makeover: Animal House Addition, on May 21 at Halbert Hall.
PENDLETON — The Pendleton District Commission will sponsor Kids Day at The AG Museum – Plants, Animals, and Insects at the Agricultural Museum of South Carolina on May 23.
CLEMSON — Clemson University fruit specialist Guido Schnabel earned national recognition for helping fruit growers across the East Coast manage disease.
WILLIAMSTON — Palmetto Elementary School students and staff raised $421.35 for Relay for Life during Spirit Week. Spirit Week activities included Hat Day, Tacky Day, Sunglasses Day, Furry Friend Day and Purple Day. Palmetto Elementary School has...
CLEMSON — All four of the Clemson nominees for the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering received the award this year.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — In July 2014 Pastor “Chick” McGill passed through Easley and Pickens County on a walk, not to pass the time but to pass a message. The walk is finally over, ending on the Santa Monica Pier.
HARTSVILLE — A Chicago native with no prior agricultural experience, Sandra Kay Eubanks is now owner of a growing agribusiness and a proactive member of the South Carolina farming community.
PICKENS COUNTY — The 18th annual Blue Ridge Fest was a reminiscent throwback to years gone by with classic American rides and the tunes that once pumped through the AM radios now lost to memory with folks from as far away as California in...
PICKENS COUNTY — What began as an invitation to speak at Easley's chapter of Rotary evolved into an opportunity for Pickens County schools to visit with Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman.
Anderson District One held its second annual fifth grade Olympics on April 10. Each Elementary school was represented by 12 competitors, six boys and six girls. Each elementary school brought kids who qualified for the events. The events included:...
WALHALLA – A 32-year-old West Union woman has been charged with providing alcohol to a Walhalla teenager who was charged with two counts of felony DUI in a wreck that occurred March 14 on S.C. 11.
PELION – Pecans have an image problem. It's not about flavor, nutrition or plate appeal. Instead, it's about lack of visibility.
ANDERSON – An anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers and a probation violation charge has led to the arrest of an Atlanta man in the shooting death of a convenience store owner on April 30.
WILLIAMSTON — The Cedar Grove Razor Rockets won the International JetToy Competition in Detroit, Mich. Olivia Cabaniss, Taylor Berry and Chloe Branyon represented Cedar Grove and competed against more than 500 students from all over the...
UPSTATE — Television personality, political pundit and South Carolina native Stephen Colbert shocked educators across the state by fully funding every single crowd-funding project put forth by teachers on donorschoose.org in honor of Teacher...
EASLEY — A recently appointed part-time municipal court judge in the city of Easley resigned May 6 after a brief stint with the city court and cited issues with Easley Police Department officials and processes as the reasons.
EASLEY — After months of speculation, it has been confirmed that it will be a Hamrick's department store opening by fall in the closed Kmart location on Calhoun Memorial Highway in Easley.