Presbyterian College and head men’s basketball coach Quinton Ferrell announced the 2019-20 non-conference schedule Wednesday. The 13-game slate features nine road contests, two at neutral sites and four at home at Templeton Center. Schedule highlights include a season-opener at Clemson and c…
GREER – The Piedmont Municipal Power Association brought in another expert to help resolve the dispute over future electrical rates that has immersed the 40-year-old cooperative in litigation and a testy stalemate.
A two-car accident occurred in Clinton on Thursday at around 1:30 on S.C. 56 N. (Musgrove Street Extension) that looked quite a bit worse than it actually was.
Thornwell Charter School Parent-Teacher Organization is excited to announce the Thornwell Charter School and Thornwell High School Alumni Homecoming Carnival.
The City of Clinton has scheduled its annual welcome to Presbyterian College students for Thursday, Aug. 29, in the middle of town at the intersection of North Broad and Main streets.
The Presbyterian College Athletic Department announced on Monday the addition of Eric Clakeley as the new women’s lacrosse head coach. He becomes the sixth head coach in PC women’s lacrosse history.
Over the past few months, City of Clinton sanitation crews have placed a sticker on green carts that are picked up at residences and businesses each week.
The Laurens County Republican Party is establishing a new group for young conservative voters. The Laurens County Young Republicans will be a chapter of the National Federation of Young Republicans. Laurens County registered voters ages 18-40 are eligible to join.
Third District Congressman Jeff Duncan recently presented The Order of the Palmetto – South Carolina’s highest civilian honor, bestowed by the governor – to Lance Williams of Laurens.
At Tuesday night’s Laurens County Council meeting, the chief priority was the formation of the commission that will determine how the proceeds of a county-wide one-percent sales tax, if approved by voters in the 2020 general election, is to be spent.
The Presbyterian College football team will hold its annual Fan Appreciation Day on Saturday morning, August 17, at Bailey Memorial Stadium. Gates will open at 9:45 a.m. with the autograph session set to begin at 10 a.m. on the concourse.
The scenery just got better on Musgrove, the one-way street parallel to North Broad and home to some of the town’s more popular shops and restaurants.
- PC men's basketball schedule includes Clemson, Notre Dame, Michigan
- PMPA board looks at options to resolve rate dispute
- Arrest Report for August 22
- No one seriously injured in Clinton crash
- Alumni Homecoming Carnival to be held Saturday at Thornwell Charter School
- Laurens Library to host Afternooners program
- Raiders flex some muscles vs. Boiling Springs
- Laurens County student receives academic award at PTC commencement