Just in case you missed something, here's what happened this week on Easley Patch:
There are five city seats up for reelection this year, but only one race will be contested this Fall. Two of the three candidates for Easley Combined Utilities Commissioner spoke at the monthly political forum Saturday Sessions at Jimmy's Restaurant in Easley on Saturday.
Excited Easley High School teachers and students will have to wait one more semester before they transition to the brand new facility.
Easley Patch has asked all the coffee enthusiasts, connoisseurs, and caffeine fanatics to tell us where to find the best cup of Joe in Easley- be sure to cast your vote by Monday. Check Easley Patch on Tuesday for the results of our poll.
Fewer than 30 South Carolinians have signed up for a free ride to the Department of Motor Vehicles on Wednesday to get a photo ID card, according to the DMV.
A Travelers Rest woman was charged with violating a new state law pertaining to transporting metals.
Teachers in the School District of Pickens County haven't had a salary increase in the past two years and district staff have not had a raise in the past three years, but an increase could be on the horizon this year.
Three fugitives suspected in the murder of Easley resident Sean Timothy Dinneen are now awaiting extradition from the Buncombe County, N.C., Detention Center back to South Carolina.
Easley City Council has moved up the date for the rescheduled first reading of the proposed annexation of two properties owned by HRS Properties of the Upstate to Thursday morning.
The delay in opening of the new Easley High School shouldn't cost the district more money and moving forward on time could add complications.
Easley City Council moved forward Thursday morning with the annexation of two pieces of property occupied by Hendrick Honda, a process that was delayed earlier this month.
Officials have determined that a former Clemson student from Summerville took his own life.
The Easley Green Wave took the first loss of the season to Greenwood 42-7. Easley now stands with 5 wins and 1 loss for the season. The Wave takes on Hillcrest next Friday.