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Laurens City Council receives good financial news

Good news was in abundance on Tuesday night at Laurens City Council’s monthly meeting.

World renowned pianist to perform at PC

The Department of Music at Presbyterian College will host the recital of pianist Stephen Taylor in Edmunds Hall on Tuesday, January 23, at 7:30 p.m. 

Closings and delays for Laurens County

Along with District 55 and 56 schools, other closings have been announced due to the threat of inclement weather on Wednesday, Jan. 17:

City of Clinton announces change of garbage collection route for MLK holiday

The City of Clinton Department of Public Works Sanitation Division has revised their garbage collection schedule for the week of January 14, 2018 due to the observation of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 15, 2018.  

District 55, 56 schools closed Wednesday due to threat of inclement weather

Laurens School District 55 and District 56 will be closed on Wednesday, January 17 due to the threat of inclement weather. 

Man who killed Deputy Roger Rice, Nicole Kingsborough, dies in prison

The man who murdered Laurens County Deputy Roger Rice and Nicole Kingsborough in 2011 died on Friday at Perry Correctional Institution.

Chimney fire damages Clinton home

The Clinton Dept. of Public Safety responded to a fire on Elizabeth Street around 8:30pm on Sunday night.

Recruiting teachers a priority for District 55

New Year’s wishes for Laurens County School District 55 leaders include a big batch of highly qualified teachers.

Clinton home damaged by fire

The Clinton Dept. of Public Safety responded to a fire off of I-26 on Lake Road late Sunday night.

Railroad crossings in Clinton closing for repairs

CSX Railroad has scheduled closing three railroad crossings in Clinton for repair.

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