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.
The Rev. J. Charles Porter grew up on a farm and has been growing potatoes for 84 years, but never one quite like this. The oddly shaped spud was part of a small crop that was planted a little late in the season and Porter wasn't sure they would...
EASLEY — The Blood Connection bloodmobile has been making appearances all over the Upstate and is issuing a plea for help from all eligible donors.
S.C. 153 in Powdersville experienced some slowdowns as road crews did routine maintenance, causing some traffic snarls and delays Sept. 17. The crews were on hand to clear the shoulders of the highway of vegetative growth, a regularly scheduled...
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...
POWDERSVILLE — Water meters in the Powdersville area will be getting a major upgrade come fall of 2015.
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 — A local World War II veteran is the focus of some home improvements and it's all due to his service and outstanding presence in the Pickens County community.
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.
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.
PICKENS — Pickens County's Hope Women's Center is hosting its first ever Walk for Life fundraiser on Sept. 20 in the hopes of educating the community on its mission and raise much needed funds as well.
ANDERSON – Nine people have been arrested by the Anderson County Sheriff's Department in connection with a crime ring that netted them more than $43,000 in goods in the Belton/Honea Path area during July and August.
EASLEY – Baptist Easley Hospital recently named Dr. Michelle Tucker as the Cam Underhill Practicing Excellence Physician of the Quarter award winner.
SENECA — Tri-County Technical College will offer a Pardons & Expungement Workshop at the Oconee QuickJobs Development Center, 100 Vocational Drive, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 22.
CLEMSON — If you've ever had a notion to sell the kids — or lambs, calves, colts or fillies — Clemson University has a workshop to help you learn the commercial side of animal husbandry.
CLEMSON – An 18-year-old man from Clemson has been charged with murder in connection with an overnight stabbing death at Goldenwoods Apartments.
EASLEY — Brandy Monique (Robinson) Willingham, 33, and her 5-year-old son Brandon have been missing from their home in Easley since Aug. 18 and nearly a month later there are no answers to their whereabouts.
PENDLETON — Mrs. Wayne Link has sponsored the quilt in memory of her husband, “Bud,” the grandson of Joseph and Ada Link.
GREENVILLE — The local conservation group Upstate Forever received a $5,000 grant last year from the TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank to help expand its efforts to increase public awareness and appreciation for...
CLEMSON – Clemson University's Charles H. Houston Center will host a PSAT/SAT workshop on Sept. 20.
CLEMSON — The Utsey Chamber Music Series kicks off its 2014-2015 season with the Dover Quartet at a brand-new start time of 7:30 p.m. Sept. 9, at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
CLEMSON — Clemson University professor Windsor Westbrook Sherrill has been named associate vice president for health research at Clemson and chief science officer at Greenville Health System (GHS).
CLEMSON — A former associate dean with several years leadership experience has begun a new job as the director of a fast-growing Clemson University school that prepares students for jobs in a variety of computer-related fields.
PICKENS — The third annual Founders Day Music Festival will be held Sept. 13 on West Main Street in Historic Pickens.
Dove hunters still have time to plant fields to attract doves during the upcoming season, according to a wildlife biologist with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
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