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CHAMPS and officers from the Laurens County Sheriff's Office took time Sunday afternoon to collect toys and donations at the Laurens Wal-mart to benefit the Christmas for Kids program.

News and notes from District 55 schools:

Here is your guide for upcoming events in Laurens County this holiday season:

After an ongoing investigation of a shooting incident that occurred on October 31st in Enoree, the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office arrested forty-six-year-old David Lee Walker of 106 Redmond Drive, Fountain Inn on Wednesday.

Laurens District 55 has two teams competing in this weekend’s Lego Robotics Challenge Tournament at Wade Hampton High School in Greenville. 

Main Street Laurens is hosting a Christmas Church Tour on Saturday from 5:30-9 pm.

Department store retailer Belk, Inc. has announced that it is expanding its e-commerce distribution and fulfillment center operations in Union County, S.C.

The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that Ashley Nicole Hepburn’s conviction in the death of her 16-month-old daughter be overturned.

Three county residents were presented with Henry Laurens Awards by Laurens County Council on Tuesday evening. The recipients were Dr. Jerman Disasa, George Samuel “Sammy” Wham and Doug Stewart.

Thermal spray coating manufacturer Flame Spray North America, Inc. is expanding its existing manufacturing facility in Laurens County, essentially doubling its operation in the Woodfield Industrial Park. The company plans to invest another $9.1 million and create 45 new jobs.