Following a 5-year absence, Tender Loving Childcare is again offering quality care for young Laurens residents.
Only one more live round of performances remain in the sixth season of Laurens Idol, and the top 10 vote getters will be taking the stage Thursday.
A unanimous vote by the Laurens County Health Care System Board of Trustees cemented the hospital’s new partnership with Greenville Health System on Friday morning. Although the 9-month deliberation process with GHS has come to a close, it’s just the beginning of a combined mission to provide quality care.
Piedmont Technical College is taking Instant Admissions Day on the road.
More accessible and user-friendly – that’s what Sheriff Ricky Chastain had in mind when he set out to give the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office Web site a facelift. Visitors to the online hub will certainly notice a difference if they click today, but additional improvements are yet to come.
Presbyterian College’s School of Pharmacy (PCSP) has earned a substantial grant that will aid the school in furthering its service to the Laurens County community.
The lives of 200 to 300 dogs are saved each year due to the efforts of Clinton Animal Hospital employee Betty Burns and her non-profit pet rescue Four Paws and a Plan.
A Laurens woman has been taken into custody following an April shooting, and the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking the public’s help in locating a second suspect.
Piedmont Technical College and Laurens District 56 have formed a partnership to offer the PTC journeyman welding certificate program to students at Clinton High School.