Presbyterian College senior art majors Joshua Polk of Atlanta, Jennifer Marshall of Spring Hill, Fla., and Wippawadee Naiyakhum of Charlotte, N.C., will display their art at the 2014 Senior Art Exhibit March 14-April 28 in the Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery.
Laurens County Council unanimously approved the relocation of two officers formerly assigned to the Laurens County Memorial Hospital to the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office.
The 11th annual Little River Bridge Run is set to take place this Saturday and while most of the aspects of the event will remain the same, there are quite a few changes being introduced as well.
Presbyterian College President Claude C. Lilly announced today the launch of the College's Facilities Master Plan that includes the renovation of the iconic Neville Hall academic building.
Local musician Chris Tippins is a busy man these days. He is not only competing in Greenville Sings but he has also released a CD with his church’s worship team.
Agape Senior in Laurens is hosting several free events this week. The community is encouraged to attend.
Laurens County is a bit more beautiful today and it’s not just because of the weather.
Laurens High School reeled in a South Carolina State Championship in fishing over the weekend as the dynamic sophomore duo of George Lewis Compton and Hunter Bond out-fished their South Carolina competition in the TBF/FLW High School Open held on the pristine waters of Lake Russell.
The GoLaurens Pet of the Week is a female Shepherd mix. She has a beautiful brindle coat.
Partisan candidates wishing to file for candidacy in the November General Election must file between noon on March 16 and noon on March 30. The Party Primaries are set for June 10, 2014.