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Viewing posts published in August 2014.


Prototype Zaxby's coming to Easley, Pickens

Published: August 14, 2014

The 15-state chain has chosen Pickens County to build the prototypes of its new rustic red barn style, company officials said.

The Easley store on U.S. 123 will be torn down and reborn in the new style right next to its current location sometime around November, according to J.J. DeRoy, directorhe said...and the company considers Pickens County is a hot territory for its business...

 

 

 


Matthew Delk to become county administrator for Pickens; has served in both Carolinas

Published: August 11, 2014

Traditions of Service Grows

Matthew Delk to become county administrator for Pickens; has served in both Carolinas 

By Lillia Callum-Penso – Greenville News


Clemson museum preserves area’s African-American history

Published: August 11, 2014

Today, along with a team of others is trying to preserves such history that tells the story of the African-American community in Clemson. They founded the Clemson Area African American Museum in 2010, but more recently, the project has fallen flat and the group is looking to revive the effort.


Blue Ridge Fest raises $172,000 for Charity

Published: August 11, 2014

PICKENS — Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative and Blue Ridge Security Solutions have announced that the 17th annual Blue Ridge Fest on May 16 raised $172,000 to benefit local non-profit organizations in Greenville, Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties.

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