County Council to present Henry Laurens Award on Tuesday night

An economic development report and the annual audit will be on the Laurens County Council agenda for this Tuesday.

More jobs, more investment key successful 2017 for economic development

Laurens County’s jobs-availability grew by 122 and industrial investment by $128.6 million in 2017, government and business leaders learned last week at the Laurens County Development Corporation’s annual meeting.

Suspect shot by off-duty LCSO deputy after chase

An off-duty Laurens County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) deputy shot a man in Woodruff on Sunday morning after a chase involving an alleged stolen vehicle.

Laurens County Museum Association showcases Witherspoon Building

The Laurens County Museum Association hosted a Membership Appreciation Drop-in on Sunday afternoon at the Witherspoon Building in downtown Laurens. 

Pam Stone: A case of man-snow syndrome

Watching the local weather forecast predicting perhaps an inch or so of snow for our area in the South Carolina Upstate, I texted Paul so that when he finished his evening meeting at our church he would stop to pick up dog food for our Rosie. When he appeared an hour later he was Paul Newman's Organic Chicken can-less.

Clinton welcomes new city manager

A reception in honor of new Clinton city manager Bill Ed Cannon was held Thursday at the MS Bailey Municipal Center.

Musgrove Mill offering guided tour of battlefield trail

Musgrove Mill State Historic Site will offer a guided hike of the battlefield trail on Saturday, Feb. 3.

Laurens County Library hosting stuffed animal sleepover

The Laurens County Library and Laurens County First Steps will host a stuffed animal sleepover at the Laurens Library on Tuesday, Jan. 23 and Wednesday, Jan. 24. This event is a part of the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program.

Railroad crossings in Clinton closing for repairs

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

PC students emulate Dr. Martin Luther King during MLK Week

Presbyterian College honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a week of events surrounding his birthday.