A Clinton man is headed to prison for 10 years after pleading guilty to charges resulting from a multi-county crime spree that ended with him fleeing to New York to evade arrest, 8th Circuit Solicitor David M. Stumbo announced Friday.
Recruiters from South Carolina’s public school districts hope to fill their known and anticipated teacher vacancies at this year’s South Carolina Teacher Expo.
After a thorough investigation, two people have been arrested by the Laurens County Sheriff's Office on a multitude of charges stemming from an incident in early March.
In their monthly meeting at the Laurens CPW Training Center on Wednesday night, Laurens City Council unanimously approved first reading of an ordinance that authorizes city administration and the mayor to negotiate the sale of 201 West Main Street in Laurens.
As much as things change, they often also seem to stay the same. That can be said of the machine tool industry — even in the midst of digital advances and increased automation. Don Lytch has been teaching machine tool at Piedmont Technical College (PTC) for nine years and with the Greenwood …
Presbyterian College’s mission to transform a piece of real estate in downtown Clinton into a social hub uniting the campus and local communities was accomplished Tuesday at the official ribbon-cutting for 112.
Thornwell Charter School (TCS) has been named a Charter Institute at Erskine 2021-2022 Gold School of Excellence.
The former Belk location on East Main Street in Laurens is a part of a new strategy by Belk to open outlet stores in areas with a growing population and value-driven customers.
Incumbent Nathan Senn outlasted challenger Randy Garrett in a runoff election for Laurens Mayor on Tuesday night.
A Joanna man with a lengthy criminal history is headed back to prison after pleading guilty to drug and weapon charges the day his trial was scheduled to begin, 8th Circuit Solicitor David M. Stumbo announced Tuesday.
Matthew Bennett has been named Head Football Coach at Ninety Six High School, according to Greenwood School District 52.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Following his 3.2 shutout innings in the Blue Hose conference-opening win against High Point, Presbyterian College baseball senior Tanner Smith (Laurens, S.C.) has been named the Big South Relief Pitcher of the Week for games played March 13-19, as announced by the league o…
One of the country’s leading political analysts will address the current state of American politics at Presbyterian College’s annual Waters Lecture this month.
Laurens native Ophrah Kablan is heading to Hollywood Week with a Golden Ticket on the 21st season of American Idol after receiving three “Yes” votes from judges Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, when her audition aired on ABC on Sunday night.
Young artists in grades 6-9 can explore and refine their artistic talents in overnight summer programs offered by the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities.
Presbyterian College is dedicating its newest athletic facilities on March 25 as part of its $8 million Championship Spirit Initiative.
Laurens City Councilor Martin Lowry has announced his endorsement of Mayor Nathan Senn for re-election.
Piedmont Technical College (PTC) has been selected to participate in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s “Intermediaries for Scale” (IFS) initiative, a $100 million investment over five years to forge and support a network of higher education institutions committed to institutional trans…
HIGH POINT, N.C. – The Presbyterian College baseball team raced out to an early lead and withstood a late rally from the host High Point as the Blue Hose tallied a 7-6 victory over the Panthers on Friday afternoon at Williard Stadium. Senior Tanner Smith was magnificent for PC tossing 3.2 sc…
Laurens County government plans to spend $5.1 Million in federal money to eliminate stormwater damage in the Watts Mill (Wattsville) community of Laurens. It’s ARPA money, meaning the Biden Administration’s American Rescue Plan Act.
- Clinton man sentenced to 10 years after multi-county crime spree
- Arrest Report for March 24
- SC public schools searching for teachers at 2023 Virtual Teacher Expo
- LCSO investigation leads to two arrests on multiple charges
- Arrest Report for March 23
- Laurens City Council takes another step toward sale of Truist building
- Veteran machine tool instructor at PTC reflects on industry trends
- PC cuts ribbon at 112 in downtown Clinton
- Arrest Report for March 19
- Arrest Report for March 21
- Arrest Report for March 18
- Arrest Report for March 20
- New Belk Outlet in Laurens to host grand opening ribbon cutting
- Arrest Report for March 22
- Arrest Report for March 23
- Arrest Report for March 17
- Joanna man sentenced to 10 years on weapon, drug charges
- Arrest Report for March 16
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