PICKENS COUNTY — Chanukkah is considered a “minor” holiday in Jewish custom, but is one that has gained much traction, especially in America.
CLEMSON — A team of environmental scientists and engineers from Clemson University, the University of South Carolina and South Carolina State University, led by Clemson University associate professor Brian Powell, was awarded a three-year, $5.25...
EASLEY — The Easley Lions Club reached a milestone anniversary and celebrated its now 75 years of charitable service by holding a banquet, and receiving a special proclamation from the mayor's office.
EASLEY — After receiving numerous phone calls and requests for help, The Parenting Place is trying something new this year: Its first ever Coats for Kids drive.
PROSPERITY — While he won't come out and say it, 2014 has been a long year for Prosperity's favorite son, C.J. Edwards.
PICKENS COUNTY — A dream to help homeless families in Pickens County regain their independence became a reality this fall when a non-profit organization called Family Promise was established.
LIBERTY — The Pickens County Humane Society has been helping area dogs and cats for years, but now they are the ones in need.
The application for waterfowl hunts on Category I Waterfowl Management Areas is now available on the S.C. Department of Natural Resources website at www.dnr.sc.gov/hunting/huntapp.html#applications.
The A.R. Lewis Elementary School chorus, under the direction of Lynn Townes, began the evening singing such seasonal favorites as Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
EASLEY — Open enrollment for health insurance runs through February 2015 but if you need coverage to begin by the first of the year, you must be enrolled no later than Dec. 15.
PICKENS — What appeared to be no more than a multi-car wreck late Monday in Pickens County became much more when it was discovered one of the vehicles involved was carrying the victims of a domestic dispute, including a 4-year-old gunshot...
CLEMSON — Northland Communication is collecting toys through Dec. 15 for its fifth annual Toy Drive for donation to the local Salvation Army.
EASLEY – The Fine Arts Center of Easley will kick off 2015 with several new classes and workshops.
PICKENS – A former Pickens High School assistant football coach who was already facing charges of inappropriate activity with minors has been charged with three more counts as a result of a county investigation.
DEEP SOUTH POLE — Country Santa has been working year round for this season, but it seems the Deep South Pole needs a few more elves to help more than 1,300 families in the area.
The Rev. Bob Kerstetter (foreground), Southern Wesleyan University's director of worship and discipleship, along with a praise and worship team composed of students, prepare hearts and minds for a time of worship during a series of spiritual...
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University will honor its December graduates in two ceremonies on the Central campus Dec. 12 and Dec. 13.
EASLEY — I can't see, where is the food? What kind of food is there? Would you please open the door for me? Please, would you push my wheelchair to the food table so I can get my lunch? Would you open the chips for me,...
CLEMSON — Clemson horticulture and genetics researchers are part of national team of scientists working on economically important fruit crops. The USDA has awarded the first year of a $10 million, five-year competitive grant, of which Clemson...
The Southern Wesleyan University Warrior mascot poses with Madalyn Mills, a religion major from Kernersville, N.C., crowned Homecoming Queen; and Mark Cromer, a biology major from Temperance, Mich., crowned Homecoming King. Alumni, family members and...
Disposal of deer remains may not be the highlight of a hunting trip, but the state's Deer Program coordinator says it's an important aspect of hunting, particularly in maintaining the hunter's image.
Longleaf pine trees are shedding their needles across the sandhills and coastal plain, a normal occurrence this time of year, according to the S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
Motorists throughout the state need to be constantly aware of roaming white-tailed deer, according to a state deer biologist.
PICKENS COUNTY — Heartworm infection is the number one killer of dogs in the South. It only takes the bite of a single mosquito to transmit the larvae to your pet, but the disease itself is completely preventable.
SENECA — The World of Energy will host its second annual Festival of Trees through Jan. 3.Nearly two dozen trees will be on display, decorated by local businesses and organizations for the public to view.
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