Articles in Lifestyles
Approximately 10 Oconee County elementary students swapped their school books for aprons and put their culinary skills to the test Thursday during the annual Future Chefs competition at Blue Ridge Elementary School.
Eliora Cobb said she wasn’t initially excited about taking part in the annual Oconee County Emergency Services Tornado Safety Poster Contest.
After 40 years of separation and uncertainty over whether his first two children were alive or not, South Carolina native Billy Henderson was reunited with his daughter, Barbara Ann Burgess, and son, Billy Joe Burgess, on a sunny Friday last week at an apartment in Clemson.
A record 194 entries were featured at this year’s South Carolina Region 1 Science Fair, held last week at Southern Wesleyan University.
In 2015, Mary Cumming and her husband Scott decided to put their long-felt desire to help others into action by establishing the Recovery Station in downtown Seneca.
In the days of Prohibition, bars called “speakeasies” served thirsty patrons outlawed beverages.
An imaginative, red-headed orphan with a tendency to speak her mind will be stealing the stage at Clemson Little Theatre this weekend, and the director of the play hopes she’ll steal the hearts of the audience as well.
Walhalla City Council will be helping spread the word about the seventh annual Rally in the Valley.
Littlejohn Community Center first opened its doors in 1996, founded by Laverne White, W.C. Hallums, Elaine Hallums and Adraine Jackson-Garner. The goal was to help low-to-moderate-income families through programs designed to improve their lives.