PICKENS COUNTY — Sen. Larry Martin, chairman of the S.C. Senate Judiciary Committee, has been involved in changing state legislation concerning criminal domestic violence though the submission of Senate Bill 3 and at least two major groups are...
PIEDMONT — A new fitness center has opened up in The Shoppes at Brookside plaza on S.C. 153 that specializes in 30-minute kickboxing workouts designed to help get you in shape whether you're a true beginner or a seasoned...
POWDERSVILLE — Civitas Media, parent company of the Powdersville Post, announced Tuesday that Ralph James Martin has been named CEO of the company. Martin was recruited by Versa Capital Management LLC, the company's controlling...
PICKENS COUNTY— A collapsed floor in an ongoing construction project in northern Pickens County sent at least one worker to the hospital for medical care with three total injuries on Tuesday.
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.
ANDERSON COUNTY — The Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center has earned the designation “Southern Region” Complex of the Year by the Independent Sports Association during their annual conference.
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.
EASLEY — Following a week of grand opening festivities, Zaxby's in Easley had one more celebration on the menu: a $5,000 check presentation to the local chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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.
POWDERSVILLE — More than 100 campers braved temperatures well below freezing and spent 24 hours in the parking lot of the new Chick-fil-A on S.C. 153 last week for a chance to win free chicken for a year as part of the restaurant chain's...
PICKENS COUNTY — The 2014/2015 flu season is in full swing with cases having been diagnosed in every hospital across the Upstate.
WALHALLA — Three Oconee County residents have been charged in connection with the stabbing death of a former Pickens County resident on Jan. 13.
COLUMBIA — The Department of Health and Environmental Control reminds South Carolinians to test their homes for radon during National Radon Action Month, the agency announced today.
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.
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...
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in locating a 31-year-old woman reported missing this week by her parents.
COLUMBIA — Calling all photographers: Submit photos of South Carolina wildlife, birds, along with sporting and outdoor recreation (fishing, hunting, hiking, boating, camping, hunting dogs, etc.) and scenic landscapes.
LAKE KEOWEE — The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Law Enforcement Division has completed a survey on Lake Keowee to locate illegal buoys. DNR Law Enforcement officers have marked each of the approximately 75 illegal buoys with a...
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...
COLUMBIA — The S.C. Department of Natural Resources began issuing annual and three year recreational licenses that expire on the anniversary date of issue beginning Jan. 1. This is commonly referred to as a 365 day license.
POWDERSVILLE — What appeared to be a major accident resulted in only long delays for drivers in the Powdersville area at the convergence of S.C. 153 and I-85.
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.
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff's Office has received a $1,000 grant from State Farm Insurance for its elementary school drug prevention program.
CLEMSON — The Habitat for Humanity House that volunteers are building on Clemson University's campus is made of new energy-efficient materials that will help the owner save money on heating and air conditioning bills while reducing its...
PENDLETON — Honeybees and pesticides are mortal enemies. They are also among a farmer's very best friends. Wouldn't it be something if we could help them get along?
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