NEWBERRY – Tri-County Technical College placed second overall as a college and all five team members placed in at least one event in the 2015 South Carolina Speech and Theater Association's College Festival.
COLUMBIA — The largest industry in South Carolina has cast aside the withering effects of the Great Recession and continued to flourish at an impressive rate, according to a 2015 report cited Tuesday in the State House by South Carolina Gov.
CLEMSON — Clemson University's Student Organic Farm ranks among the best college farms in the nation, according to the journal Best College Reviews.
The second annual Festival of Trees at the World of Energy displayed over 20 trees and had nearly 1,300 visitors who voted on their favorite tree during the weeks leading up to the holidays. Recently Duke representatives made a check presentation to...
CENTRAL — Central Railway Museum is now open to the public every Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
COLUMBIA – i1 Biometrics has signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina where members of the USC football team will wear the Vector MouthGuard this spring as the instrument of telemetry to measure the brain's linear and...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College is hosting College Goal SC on Feb. 28 to help students and their families fill out and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA.
Six-week art classes begin March 5
ANDERSON — Davis Lee Edwards, owner and operator of Holiday Automotive Services Inc., was arrested Monday for operating the business without a retail license.
PICKENS — The Gathering on Appalachian Life Festival scheduled for Feb. 28 will go on rain or shine — or in this case snow or no snow.
EASLEY — An Easley man has been arrested for the second time in approximately a 12-month period for third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor with the second incident dating back to as far as November 2013.
Gov. Nikki Haley has declared a State of Emergency to mobilize additional state resources should they been needed in response to the impending hazardous weather.
PENDLETON — Loretta Cappiello of Six Mile had no idea it would be so tough getting back into the workforce full time when she began her job search in 2009.
K9 officers visited Edwina Dorsey's first grade class at West Pelzer Elementary. Officer Dalen Creamer brought his dog, Bolt, for a demonstration. It was Bolt's last performance prior to retirement due to health issues. In show of support...
LIBERTY — Childhood bullying is a reality that many youth have to deal with in their day-to-day life.
SUNSET – The Reserve at Lake Keowee's Charitable Foundation's 2014 giving totaled $60,000, a new record for the eight-year-old program.
ANDERSON COUNTY — Anderson County Public Works was recently awarded an American Public Works Association re-accreditation.
Malek Martin makes his donation during the MLK Blood Drive Jan. 20 on Southern Wesleyan University's Central campus. Martin is a sophomore from Anderson majoring in Sport Management. The Blood Drive was one of the events organized at Southern...
EASLEY — The Carolina Kidney Alliance, a care alliance between the two largest nephrology practices in South Carolina, will drive excellence in the care of chronic kidney disease (CKD) throughout the state, officials said in making the...
We asked and you delivered! Here's a look at some of the winter weather that was dumped on Pickens County and the Powdersville area this week. Forecasters said Wednesday that the temperatures were expected to hover around the freezing mark...
Pinnacle Bank in Powdersville was named the Powdersville Chamber of Commerce's Business of the Month for January. Shown are, from the left, Johnny Harvin, Jeff Turner, David Weaver, Bryon Owens, Tracy Woodruff, Tommy Warren, Nicole Hemphill,...
EASLEY — It could be the old saying is wrong and it's the fourth time that's the charm, at least if you ask Easley's Brandy Bocchino who has been named a member of the 2015 Disney Parks Moms Panel.
EASLEY — When local taxidermist Grover Beardon received a phone call asking if he could mount a two-headed calf, he thought someone was playing a joke on him.
EASLEY — At the 2015 North American Taxidermy Championship in Raleigh, N.C., local taxidermist Grover Beardon beat out the competition to bring home two awards — First Place Dealer's Choice for his Trapped Coyote and Best of Category...
BLACKVILLE — Unmanned aircraft have been cleared for takeoff above the farm fields at Clemson University's Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville.
February 23rd | 0
February 10th | 0
February 9th | 0