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FAFSA Week at Piedmont Tech helps students prepare for college

Piedmont Technical College is working to make it easier for students to attend college.

SCDPS holds 30th annual memorial service to remember 2016 traffic fatality victims

The SC Department of Public Safety (SCDPS) held a memorial service on April 22 remembering more than 1,000 people killed in 2016 traffic collisions on South Carolina roadways.

Laurens County Museum hosts third annual Appreciation Gala

It was a night of food, fun and dancing at the Laurens County Museum Association's third annual Appreciation Gala at the Witherspoon Building on the historic square in Laurens on Friday night. 

Citizen group rallies against $109 million referendum

The Common Sense Coalition for a Better High School hosted a Stop the Laurens District 55 Tax Hike Rally at the Laurens County Higher Education Center on Thursday night.

Photos: Business After Hours at Self Medical Center Laurens

Self Medical Center Laurens and the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours at the Self campus on Hwy. 76 on Thursday night.

Laurens Academy hosting 22nd annual spring auction

The Laurens Academy spring auction will be held Saturday, April 29 at 6pm in the school gym, located at 3515 Highway 49.

Laurens County makes “Small Towns, Big Deals” list

Four Upstate communities are named in Southern Business & Development’s “Dixie Dozen: Small Towns, Big Deals” feature, which recognizes successful economic development efforts among communities with a population of 200,000 or less.

New sign at Lake Greenwood welcomes you to Laurens County

Laurens County and Greenwood County came together on Wednesday afternoon to celebrate the new signage on both sides of the Hwy. 72 bridge that crosses Lake Greenwood.

City of Clinton welcomes the ACC Men's Golf Championship

Musgrove Mill Golf Club and the City of Clinton will welcome players and patrons to the 2017 ACC Men’s Golf Championship on Friday, April 21 through Sunday, April 23.

Laurens City Council questions museum board on use of local contractors

The Laurens County Museum Association (LCMA) is requesting $10,000 from the City of Laurens and on Tuesday night, Laurens City Council had some questions.

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