After a record 2,068 online votes, the Top 10 finalists have been named to perform in the finale of Laurens Sings.
Just three years out of high school, Piedmont Tech graduate Travisia Thompson may be earning upwards of $60,000 a year.
The region’s largest patriotic fireworks display will ring, thunder and boom over Lake Greenwood, SC as the Connect Lake Greenwood’s 5th annual Lights on the Lake Independence Day Celebration, comes to life from Fellowship Camp & Conference Center on Saturday, June 30.
The pursuit of a wanted individual in a stolen vehicle led law enforcement on a chase from Gray Court to Laurens, leaving several hit vehicles and individuals in their wake.
The Family YMCA of Greater Laurens and the Greenwood Family YMCA completed a merger by a 94.6 percent vote of the Laurens membership on Thursday evening.
A Clinton man has been arrested in connection with the circumstances of a woman found dead on the side of the road in Mountville.
A Gray Court man has been charged with 18 counts of ill treatment of animals after Laurens County Sheriff’s Office deputies located deceased dogs in a residence on Kennedy Rd.
Agents with the SC Law Enforcement Division arrested a former Laurens County employee on Thursday in connection with diverting county funds for personal use.
CHAMPS is now in its 23rd year of offering a summer program at Presbyterian College. The program’s enrichment weeks include learning and activities for more than 100 Laurens County students.
Laurens Sings finalists will get one last chance to impress the fans and the judges and make it into the Top 10 on Thursday night at the Laurens Amphitheater.
Main Street Laurens director Jonathan Irick asked City Council to consider a “Bailey Bill” to incentivize restoration of historic buildings in the Tuesday meeting of Laurens City Council.
The South Carolina DARE and School Resource Officers Associations recently held their annual conference in Myrtle Beach at which time they recognized and paid tribute to Laurens County Deputy Lt. Larry Young who passed away unexpectedly in 2016.
Flipping recently through an issue of the AARP Bulletin (I’m far too young to be receiving it, you know, I must have come across it in the waiting room at the dermatologist’s, who still insists I’m ten years away from even considering Botox) my eyes (with no need for reading glasses either, …
- Voting reveals Top 10 going into final round of Laurens Sings
- Arrest Report for June 24
- ZF apprenticeship delivers high-paying jobs to Laurens County students
- Over 3,000 spectators expected for Lights on the Lake
- Laurens resident named USC Union at Laurens Student of the Quarter
- Clinton man wins drawing at Laurens County Shrine Race
- Two Laurens County churches unite for JAM
- Another successful Summer History Camp at the Laurens County Museum
- Arrest Report for June 20
- Top 12 perform in third round of Laurens Sings
- Arrest Report for June 21
- Arrest Report for June 19
- Arrest Report for June 18
- Former Laurens County employee charged with embezzlement
- LCSO investigating roadside death
- Arrest Report for June 22
- Wanted man in stolen truck leads deputies on wild chase
- Arrest Report for June 23