An Enoree family has filed a lawsuit against the Laurens County Sheriff Don Reynolds from a July 29, 2021 incident in which Jarvis Johnmichael Evans died in the custody of Laurens County.
Presbyterian College’s newest students are in for an exciting and engaging series of events as the campus opens its hearts and doors for Welcome Week 2022.
Comfort can be as individual to a person as their fingerprint. The constant tug-of-war around office thermostats in decades past is evidence of that.
Laurens County School District 55 Superintendent Dr. Ameca Thomas was honored as the Superintendent of the Year in Columbia on Saturday by the South Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators.
The Lander University Forum was awarded first place for universities with enrollment of 2501 and over at the 2021-2022 Scholastic Newspaper Awards. The Forum scored a total of 860 points out of 1,000 available points.
The Battle of Musgrove Mill State Historic Site has several events planned for honoring the 242nd anniversary of the Revolutionary War Battle of Musgrove Mill.
With plans underway for the return of students on August 16 to classrooms in Laurens County School District 55 (LCSD 55), district personnel and officers of the Laurens Police Department (LPD) recently participated in active shooter response training.
Representatives of the newly formed organization, Laurens County Residents for Quality Rural Living, Inc., introduced themselves to the county council Tuesday evening and continued to press for stronger protections against future densely-packed subdivisions in the Fountain Inn-Gray Court area.
High school students from across the state of South Carolina responded to PC president Dr. Matt vandenBerg’s challenge to bring innovative solutions to address the root causes of societal problems.
Laurens Commission of Public Works board of commissioners unanimously approved a resolution approving the acceptance of a $241,340 bid from QUI Inc. for a new data acquisition system for the LCPW electronic division.
The Laurens County Coroner's Office released the identity of a person that died on August 4 as a result of injuries sustained in an accident on Hwy. 72 in Clinton on August 2.
The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office will hold their annual ‘Fill the Cruiser’ school supply collection drive on Friday, August 12 from 9AM to 2PM at the Laurens Chick-fil-A.
On November 20, 1780, following a fierce battle late in the day, General Thomas Sumter gave the feared Lt. Colonel Banastre Tarleton his first defeat during the Revolutionary War.
Lander University and Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College (OCtech) have established a series of articulation agreements, the two institutions announced Monday, Aug. 8. These agreements will enhance the transfer of students from OCtech to Lander for specified majors.
Many Laurens County residents have been venturing to social media over the last few days to say that mail has been stolen from their mailbox.
Tyler Shackelford had already been taking AP courses at Mid-Carolina High School when Piedmont Technical College (PTC) established a Middle College partnership with the School District of Newberry County.
On August 3, the City of Laurens, along with the Laurens Police Department celebrated the career of Chief Chrissie Latimore.
- Laurens County Touchdown Club announces slate of speakers for 2022 season
- Family files lawsuit after inmate dies in LCSO custody
- 12-year-old Clinton bowler places second in national event
- Arrest Report for August 16
- Tickets still available for 2022 Laurens County Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet
- Ballot set for November general election in Laurens County
- Red Devils ranked No. 6 in 3A preseason football poll
- PC rolling out the red carpet for new students during Welcome Week
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