The GoLaurens Pet of the Week is a young female, short-haired dog.
If you have ever heard the phrases: “Dance as if no one is watching” or “Sing as if no one is listening”, then you would have loved to have been a part of an event that was held this past Friday. Whether on stage or in the audience, when the music started, the energy, smiles and dancing just could not be contained.
Daisy/Brownie Troop 1145 spent the day at the Greenville Zoo, where they participated in a class on animal habitats to earn part of a Daisy journey/ Brownie badge.
The Laurens County Sheriff's Office responded to the area of Pat Garrett Drive, Fountain Inn for a possible fight that was in progress with a possible hostage.
The Ram Truck brand and Cooper Motor Co. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram brought the award-winning Raminator, driven by Hall Brothers Racing, to Clinton this weekend for an experience that entertained the entire family.
Clinton Museum Executive Director and member of the J.B. Kershaw Chapter #205 of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Elaine Thorpe will speak on her distant cousin General Wade Hampton, III at the November 19, 2013 meeting of the Laurens Chapter of the UDC which will begin at 6:30 P.M.
Fitesa Simpsonville, Inc., a global leader and innovator in the design and manufacture of nonwoven fabric solutions for the global hygiene market, will expand its existing facility in Greenville County to significantly increase production capacity for its spunmelt nonwoven hygiene products. The $50 million investment is expected to generate 32 new jobs.
Officials at PTC are looking forward to a good turnout for the spring term as the VIP registration opens.