Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church is using a satellite to spread the Good News, preach the Good Word and sing the Good Music. All the good things.
In its continuing partnership with Laurens County First Steps, the Laurens County Public Library is hosting a 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program, Stuffed Animal Sleepover, at the Laurens Library on the evening of Tuesday, January 28 and the morning of Wednesday, January 29.
The Laurens County Republican Party will host Congressman Jeff Duncan at its next meeting at the Laurens County Museum (Witherspoon Building, 116 South Public Square, Laurens, SC 29360) on Thursday, January 23rd at 7 p.m.
Prior to traveling home from a turn around trip to Seattle, I, as usual, purchased a paperback to while away the 4-1/2 hours spent flying the friendly skies.
Presbyterian College will celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday with a day of service and a program to commemorate the legacy of the civil rights leader.
The first of the Laurens County Museum’s series of lectures and field trips on the Revolutionary War is a discussion titled “The Prelude to War” to be conducted by visiting lecturer and historical consultant Durant Ashmore.
The President’s List at Presbyterian College is composed of students who earned a 4.0 grade point average for a semester. PC is proud to recognize the following students for making the President’s List during the Fall 2019 semester:
GREENVILLE – Prisma Health officials announced today that they are taking additional measures to improve operating efficiencies and streamline the organization.
At the Center for Advanced Manufacturing, a facility of Piedmont Technical College fashioned for that purpose, a group of prominent Laurens Countians began the task of manufacturing the future on Wednesday.
The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office and Animal Control were tipped off to the existence of “a puppy mill” in Ware Shoals that resulted in criminal charges on Tuesday.
A 2-vehicle crash on S.C. 14 at Equinox Road, between Barksdale and Gray Court, took the life of a passenger in one of the vehicles early Wednesday morning.
The Laurens District 55 school board does not yet know who the next superintendent will be, but the odds are likely that they know him.
A Fountain Inn man will spend the next 27 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to a charge stemming from a 2018 incident in which he nearly killed his then-girlfriend with a box cutter, 8th Circuit Solicitor David M. Stumbo announced Tuesday.
- Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church expands to second campus
- Blue Hose withstand Camels' charge, 85-79
- Arrest Report for January 20
- Rep. Jones pays a visit to LMS
- Laurens Library hosting stuffed-animal sleepover
- GOP to host appearance by Congressman Duncan
- Arrest Report for January 19
- Laurens County Sports Schedule for January 19-26
- Arrest Report for January 16
- Arrest Report for January 15
- Laurens woman dies in 2-car crash on S.C. 14
- Arrest Report for January 17
- Arrest Report for January 14
- Arrest Report for January 18
- 'Puppy mill' shut down in Ware Shoals
- Arrest Report for January 19
- QuikTrip to open Clinton location in spring 2021
- District 55 votes to make superintendent an inside job
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