The captains of business, industry, government and education gathered at the Mabry-Smith-Yonce Center of Presbyterian College for the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce’s 41st annual Awards Dinner.
Readers are invited weekly to meet some Laurens Alumni who are now teachers and faculty of Laurens County School District 55. Alumni have taken some time to look back on memories from high school, favorite teachers and faculty, and give readers an opportunity to learn more about them and the…
A two-time Grammy Award-winning group, the Turtle Island Quartet, will be on the Presbyterian College campus for a one-time performance on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Laurens County Health Care Foundation announces the appointment of two new board members to its Board of Directors, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for 2019.
Laurens District High School (LDHS) will be holding a free scholarship information workshop for students in ninth through 12th grade on Tuesday, February 26, at 5:45 p.m. in the lecture theater at LDHS.
February is Black History Month, and the most compelling part of the month’s regular meeting of Laurens City Council was a presentation of plaques to three trail-blazing African-American citizens by Laurens’ three African-American councilors.
Join the Laurens County Library on Thursday, February 21, at 6 p.m. to learn how to preserve historical and cultural documents with Mr. Donald West, who will present “Preserving Black History and Culture through Historical Records and Documents.”
The 41st Annual Clinton YMCA Youth Prayer Breakfast series runs for five days, March 4-8, Monday through Friday at 7 a.m. at Broad Street United Methodist Church.
Clinton residents can prepare for the March 5 municipal elections during the “Meet the Local Candidates” forum on Monday, Feb. 25. The event takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. in Edmunds Hall on the PC campus. The forum is free and open to the public.
The public exhibit, run by the College of Arts & Humanities since the mid-1970s, featured more than 40 art pieces in the Monsanto Art Gallery from all levels of arts students.
Clay Sprouse’s students recently begged for more than their allotted time in the Piedmont Technical College pharmacy technology laboratory. They actually wanted to stay after hours. That was a first.
A Cross Hill woman reported that a low-flying yellow airplane sprayed a greenish liquid that got on her vehicle as she drove on S.C. 56 S. outside of Clinton on Thursday.
If tentative plans come to fruition, a wholesale bakery will locate in Hunter Industrial Park and bring more than 100 jobs to Laurens County.
Laurens County Council took the first step Tuesday night to remedying years of deferred maintenance on the historic courthouse in downtown Laurens.
“You should see Jordan cleaning all those little chick butts,” laughed Kelly at the feed store, as I turned to see where all the chirping was coming from.
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