City of Clinton considers options for recreation development

The City of Clinton collects a two-percent hospitality tax within its city limits. The avowed intent of the assessment was to boost the city’s recreation programs, specifically, a baseball complex.

Piedmont Tech and SC Works to host regional job fair on March 22

Ever wonder what it will take to secure the right job at the right time for the right pay? The answers you find at the Upper Savannah Regional Job Fair just might surprise you.

Pam Stone: Neighbor helping neighbor is not just a southern thing

Watching the third nor'easter in two weeks pummel residents up and down the coast of New England made me shiver slightly with the sudden realization that it was our own 25th anniversary of the 'Blizzard of '93.'

SC Highway Patrol conducting traffic enforcement blitz this week

Expect to see more South Carolina Highway Patrol officers on Laurens County roads Monday through Wednesday of this week.

Clinton High School wins SC Science Olympiad

For the third consecutive year, Clinton High School scientists are champions of the South Carolina Science Olympiad, contested Saturday at Newberry College.

Musgrove Mill offering guided lantern hike

Musgrove Mill State Historic Site will present a Guided Lantern Hike of the British Camp Trail on Saturday, March 31.

Local Bi-Lo stores to remain open after parent company files for bankruptcy

Southeastern Grocers, owners of the Bi-Lo grocery stores in Laurens and Clinton, revealed on Thursday they have filed for bankruptcy and will enter Chapter 11.

Godfrey named District 55 Administrative Office Employee of the Month

It has been said that quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort. The maintenance department of Laurens County School District 55 (LCSD 55) is an example of this each day.

Sunday alcohol sales could go to Laurens County voters in November

Patrons of restaurants and bars in Laurens County will be able to have beer, wine and liquor by the drink on Sunday, based on an ordinance passed Tuesday evening by the Laurens County Council.

LDHS students speak out for safe schools

Laurens District High School (LDHS) was prepared as 10:00 AM rolled around on Wednesday. Students around the country were talking about walkouts and other forms of protest in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting, which occurred on February 14, 2018.

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