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If you haven’t yet taken the opportunity to make a child in your life part of the 2014 Children of Laurens County Calendar, there’s still time to submit photos and information.

Partnering with Animals Allies of Spartanburg, the Laurens County Humane Society is offering two low-cost spay/neuter clinics this month. 

While filling your cart this weekend with tax-free school supplies, picking up an extra couple of items can go a long way in starting the year off right for a local child.

In most years, the Shop Laurens County First campaign would be well underway with its mission to encourage people to keep their spending dollars in Laurens County. The Laurens County Chamber of Commerce announced today, however, that the program is going on a brief hiatus in order to be retooled and return better than ever.

After numerous concerns were voiced by both members of Laurens County Council and Johnson Detention Center administrators, a committee sat down Monday to begin to solve employment issues.

It took only days for the Friends of Dr. Jerman Disasa Facebook group to accumulate nearly 450 members – and the number is still growing.

Multiple bands providing live music, dunking booth and pie-throwing contests, a silent auction, and much more will highlight the first-ever The John Love Foundation Rally this Saturday.

The Laurens Police Department has made a few changes for the upcoming school year to alleviate traffic concerns and increase student safety.

A popular band to many Upstate residents that also features a local business owner will play this week at the Laurens Amphitheater.

Three Blood Vessels will arrive in Laurens County on Thursday for the 3rd annual Deputy Roger Rice Jr. Memorial Blood Drive. Thanks to updated regulations, more people than ever will be able to give.