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Testing procedures help Laurens CPW maintain safe drinking water

Laurens CPW General Manager John Young explained the procedures for testing the CPW’s water quality to the board of commissioners on Monday night.

Laurens City Council approves new cap on business license fees

Laurens City Council gave unanimous approval to a new ordinance on Tuesday night capping the annual fee for a business license in the City of Laurens at $75,000.

Laurens County Master Gardeners Association hosting program on plant names

The Laurens County Master Gardeners Association will host their next program on Thursday, Sept. 21 at 6:30pm at the Joe R. Adair Outdoor Education Center in Laurens.

Chamber of Commerce welcomes two new businesses to Laurens County

Two Laurens County businesses recently celebrated ribbon cuttings with the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce.

LCSO deputies find deceased infant while serving eviction notice

The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office found the remains of a deceased infant while serving an eviction notice in Fountain Inn on Monday.

First Citizens contributes to Piedmont Tech scholarship endowment

First Citizens Bank recently made a contribution to the Piedmont Technical College Foundation. 

A musical tribute to Harriet Patterson Ramage at Garden Song

The patrons at Garden Song were treated to a beautiful evening of music on Sunday night at the James Grier and Laura Easterby Ferguson Meditation Garden at Laurens County Memorial Hospital.

Photos: Laurens County Airport hosts over 50 aircraft at SC Breakfast Club

Over 50 aircraft descended onto the runway at the Laurens County Airport on Sunday morning for the SC Breakfast Club.

Pam Stone: Cat-astrophe in the wake of Hurricane Irma

I may have achieved a real sense of what it might have been like to have lived in a covered wagon this past week.

SC Works and PTC partner for Upper Savannah Regional Job Fair

Most serious job seekers understand the importance of selling themselves to potential employers. They understand that having an updated resume and being prepared for interviews is important. But getting face-to-face with hiring professionals can be a daunting task.  And many may not realize that additional education and training can increase their employability and pay.

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