Clinton’s end of the first half – start of the second half blitz overwhelmed Newberry and led to the Red Devils’ 41-20 win Friday night at Wilder Stadium. The Red Devils, 3RD ranked in the state in AAA, improve to 5-0 on the season.
The Laurens Raiders scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to seal the 27-17 win over the North Augusta Yellow Jackets on Friday night in North Augusta.
A grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony was hosted by the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday to celebrate the new ownership of Destination Powersports.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today, September 24, announced the following COVID-19 updates.
Tipping their cap to the history of the location, Clinton's new beer and wine taproom will be named Lumberyard, according to Clinton Economic Development.
A Laurens County native and long-serving leader at Presbyterian College has been promoted to serve as the school’s executive director of strategic initiatives.
Laurens District 55 High School’s (LDHS) Student Council will sponsor the annual Homecoming Parade on Monday, September 27, to kick off the week's Homecoming celebration.
Impresa Building Systems of Greenwood SC, LLC, an affiliate company of Impresa Modular announced plans to establish modular factory construction operations in Greenwood County. The more than $9 million investment will create 180 new jobs.
Shirley Clark defeated Scott Tollison 309 votes to 107 votes to win the special election for Laurens County Council-District 3 on Tuesday.
The South Carolina Department of Education and DHEC will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Wednesday, Sept. 22 from 3:30pm-6:30pm at Gray Court-Owings School in Gray Court.
Twenty-five Laurens District High School students, elected by their teachers, participated in the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy kickoff event on Friday, September 17.
For the fourth year in a row and fifth time overall, Denver Downs Farm, based in Anderson, was voted the sixth best corn maze in the United States by USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest.
Laurens County is examining ways to appoint 11 people to a Laurens County Sestercentennial Committee, that could plan events in coordination with the South Carolina American Revolution Sestercentennial Commission.
Piedmont Technical College (PTC) conducted two in-person summer commencement exercises at the James Medford Family Event Center. In all, approximately 200 students received degrees.
- Red Devils stay hot with win over Newberry
- Raiders capitalize on turnovers in win over Yellow Jackets
- Arrest Report for September 24
- Laurens man dies from injuries sustained in Sept. 15 crash
- Chamber of Commerce celebrates new ownership at Destination Powersports
- DHEC reporting 2 deaths, 69 new COVID-19 cases in Laurens County
- Plans revealed for new beer and wine taproom in Clinton
- Patterson promoted to executive director of strategic initiatives at Presbyterian College
- Arrest Report for September 19
- Arrest Report for September 18
- Arrest Report for September 20
- Arrest Report for September 21
- Arrest Report for September 17
- Arrest Report for September 22
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- Arrest Report for September 15
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