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 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.
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.
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 Bank recently made a contribution to the Piedmont Technical College Foundation.
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.
I may have achieved a real sense of what it might have been like to have lived in a covered wagon this past week.
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