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Members of the Pickens High School volleyball team celebrate winning their second State championship in a row on Saturday.
EASLEY — A convicted sex offender was arrested on multiple charges Sunday after police allege he sent text messages with photos of a young girl exposing her genitals and spoke sexually to what he thought was a 14-year-old girl.
Matthew Leon Arotin, 54, of 201 Barton St. in
COUNTY — Members of the Pickens County School Board spent their meeting Monday night discussing the possibility of borrowing up to $5.5 million dollars to cover maintenance costs.
Brian Nurick, who has been advising the board on financial matters for the past 13 years, presented his advice on
LIBERTY — A former Pickens police officer accused of assaulting a woman while on duty was arrested again last week and charged with criminal domestic violence.
Robert Lee Sapp, 56, of 105 Beverly Court in Liberty, was charged with criminal domestic violence, first offense, after his arrest last
Former Baptist Easley CEO Roddey Gettys receives the Order of the Palmetto from Sen. Larry Martin and Rep. Neal Collins on Monday at the hospital.
UPSTATE — Northland Communications is launching its annual Food Drive to help those in need in the Clemson community this Holiday season. Last year, Northland donated over 6,000 pounds of goods company-wide during their Food Drive campaign. This is the fifth annual Food Drive and Northland is looking to donate over 7,000 pounds this
COUNTY — Pickens County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs recently announce Margaret Hunter as their Employee of the Quarter.
Aiken has been an employee with the agency for 13 years.
Aiken’s co-workers describe her as always going above and