Easley Patch Week In Review: April 15-21
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Here's our week in review!
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Here are three great reads picked by the staff of the Capt. Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library.
Friday, April 20, 2012
After pounding out eight runs on 16 hits against Augusta on Thursday, the Greenville Drive could muster only two runs on four hits on Friday.
The death of Pam Scott has rocked the Liberty High School community
Charles T. Fricks - Obituary
Find the best area gas prices and enjoy your weekend!
When it comes to pulled pork and all the trimmings, Easley residents said this is the place to be.
March unemployment numbers in South Carolina show the rate has dipped below 9.0 percent for the first time in more than three years.
Counselors will be on hand today to help students and staff deal with the loss of Pam Scott, an English teacher at the school.
Willis discussed the five areas that are crucial for the county to continue to look at in the coming months and years.
At the recommendation of the school district's auditors, the district has implemented two ways for individuals to report suspected fraud
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Detectives with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office continue to actively investigate the disappearance of 37-year-old Gayle McCaffrey.
The article asks, "how Conservative will she go?"
Three Easley women mark milestone birthdays by skydiving
SLED arrests former employee after more than 228,000 Medicaid records transferred to personal email account.
Easley resident Maura Keane was part of the team of people who styled the Clemson-themed room for 12-year-old Julia Dandeneau, who has a brain tumor.
Tough decisions by the board and the administration has helped to balance budget and end position eliminations
An employee of the McDonald's on 924 NE Main Street in Simpsonville has been arrested and charged with tampering with food after he allegedly spit in an iced tea.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Amanda Somers is seeking an injunction to keep the South Carolina State Election Commission from accepting any late-filing candidates from entering the race for the District 5 seat.
Amanda Somers, a Greer businesswoman seeking to become the only woman in the South Carolina Senate,
Former Auburn standout and the 2011 NFL AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Cam Newton could be headed for video game immortality.
The plan would encourage parents to get their middle school children vaccinated against the sexually transmitted virus that can cause cancer.
David Houck has more than 27 years in the banking industry
Tell us what should go in this vacant storefront? Tell us in the comments section.
Now that you've filed your taxes, what happens if you get a letter from the IRS?
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Order of the Arrow raises $422 for the charity
The payment is expected to be made after June 30.
It was a safe haven that helped this victim rebuild her life, and now with an educational video, Mary's House hopes to show others the impact it has made in Pickens County.
School District of Pickens County is fiscally sound.
Here are five tips for keeping good records.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Allan Fortner, 45, of Easley finishes in just over four and a half hours.
A second teen was charged with malicious damage to real property.
Gov. Nikki Haley’s new memoir, “Can’t Is Not An Option,” is untruthful according to at least six politicians interviewed last week.
73 percent think voter ID before voting is not discriminatory.
Share photos and videos of your community with your neighbors.
Vote for your favorite restaurant in the poll, leave comments below and then, don't forget to review the restaurant in our directory.
Bag it for the Band Vendor Fair will be held from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday at Gettys Middle School
You may have to pay estimated taxes to the IRS if you have income that is not subject to withholding.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Pulling in or pushing away the coveted women's vote?