Third graders at West Pelzer Elementary enjoyed having Bob Norris and his seeing-eye dog Carmen visit to teach how animals are used as service dogs. Shown are, back row from the left, Evelyn Acevedo-Dominquez, Emily Hancock, Gavin Stroud and David...
COLUMBIA — South Carolina 4-H continues to teach and inspire young people like Emma McDaniel to do great things.
PICKENS COUNTY — Blue pinwheels are popping up everywhere in Pickens County and for good reason.
Every year band students all over South Carolina audition for Region Bands. Wren Band students who made the Region 2 Honor Band were eighth-graders, front row from the left, Mackenzie Dupuy, clarinet; and Seve Barrineau, percussion. Back row are, from...
EASLEY – After a nasty cut above his eye shortened his last fight, amateur MMA fighter and Easley native Jonny “Hammertime” Boyd is ready to get back in the cage and will be fighting at the TD Convention Center on Saturday...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College's Engineering and Industrial Technology Division has renamed and revamped its manufacturing management program to offer students the technical expertise and the leadership training/skills required...
CLEMSON — Placing less reliance on monitoring software and modifying new media training to align with student-athletes' habits and input will promote more positive and responsible usage of social networks.
PENDLETON — So many words come to Herm Allen's mind when asked to describe 21-year-old Koshier Dawson, whom he befriended and mentored while serving as her counselor in the Educational Talent Search (ETS) program.
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College's Criminal Justice Career Fair on April 15 will have a special emphasis on helping veterans find jobs in law enforcement.
CHARLESTON — Clemson University Extension is working on a College of Charleston-based, multi-agency farm-to-school initiative that will go statewide this year.The initiative is funded by grants from Boeing.
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:
CLEMSON — Clemson University students have begun shadowing doctors in South Carolina's Upstate as part of a new program that is aimed to help students decide whether they want to pursue jobs in health care.
CLEMSON — The South Carolina Botanical Garden Spring Concerts in the Garden Series concerts will be held at 7 p.m. each Friday through May in the Botanical Garden's amphitheater. Performers will include:
Alex Spainhour and Joyce Miller, owners of Bernhardt House of Violins in Greenville, held a 10-year anniversary celebration recently and donated a portion of the proceeds to the Anderson School District One Orchestra Prorgam. They presented a check...
Police officer Kevin Evatt came to visit the GoalPOST Program at West Pelzer Elementary School with his police dog Duke. Evatt talked to the children about how Duke learned to become a police dog. He told the students that Duke's nose is...
WILLIAMSTON — Palmetto Elementary School recently announced its honor roll for the second nine weeks:All A's Honor Roll
COLUMBIA — The South Carolina High School League recently held its annual Legislative Assembly meeting during the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association Spring Conference in Charleston.
POWDERSVILLE — With a weather contingency plan in place, the sixth annual Patriot Paint 5K Run is set to go down on April 18 — come rain or come shine.
PICKENS — Final preparations are underway for the 2015 Azalea Festival happening April 17 and April 18 in historic downtown Pickens.
Joey Carter spoke to the kindergarten classes at West Pelzer Elementary about his job as a general contractor. Pictured are Bella Yeargin, Clay Bagwell, Carter and Kabriel Eller.
EASLEY – Both the entertainment and attractions have grown for this year's Spring Fling, Easley's unofficial marker for the city to finally get outside and welcome in the warmer weather.
SUMTER — “Making It Grow” has unveiled a brand-new set, replacing the “country store” scenery used for more than a decade.
EASLEY — A story that has become a standard of Southern storytelling opens April 10 at the Easley Foothills Playhouse as Steel Magnolias comes to life on the stage.
POWDERSVILLE — Powdersville Water is the first utility in South Carolina to achieve the Directors Award in the Partnership for Safe Water's Distribution System Optimization Program and one of only 11 nationwide.
POWDERSVILLE – Marley Clement had no idea what she was getting herself into when she went with her mother to Belk Department store in Easley last August.
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