At Piedmont Technical College’s recent summer commencement exercises, outstanding students from each of the college’s seven supporting counties were honored for academic achievement.
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.
After a successful partnership between Lander University, The City of Greenwood and Uptown Greenwood for Lander’s Freshman Move-in Day and “Launch Into Lander” festivities, the three are joining forces once again to provide a community concert on the Lander University campus.
When Nathan Senn moved into City Hall after his election as Mayor of Laurens, he wanted something authentic and historic to decorate his office.
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.
When ex-offenders are released from incarceration and have officially paid their debt to society, many go from “locked up” to “locked out” of any means for supporting themselves in society.
“That doesn’t look good,” said Paul, happening upon me icing my leg at the kitchen table after I’d smacked and twisted it while unloading hay out of the truck into the barn.
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.
Some millennials may be as familiar with operating a rotary phone as they are with driving a manual transmission vehicle. After all, those things are so last century. But it is exactly the millennials (and now Gen Z’ers) who are needed in the coming years to keep vital economic supply lines …
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.
GREENWOOD — An estimated 880 freshmen and 61 transfer students moved onto the Lander University campus on Tuesday, August 14, and by all accounts, the process went smoothly.
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.
Dot Holmes will trade safety goggles for business attire when she embarks on the next stage of her professional career. The 56-year-old veteran of some 27 years on the factory floor anticipates moving into the office suite when she receives her associate degree in administrative office techn…
The man who allegedly masterminded a kidnapping and murder from behind bars has been transferred to Laurens County’s Johnson Detention Center.
- Raiders flex some muscles vs. Boiling Springs
- Laurens County student receives academic award at PTC commencement
- Clinton hosting annual Back to School Beach Bash
- Arrest Report for August 21
- Clakeley takes PC lacrosse reins
- Community concert to be held on Lander campus
- Student's artwork makes it to the Mayor's office
- CHS hosts Meet the Red Devils Night