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Laurens County Disabilities and Special Needs Board forms advisory council

The Laurens County Disabilities and Special Needs Board recently formed an advisory council comprised of business and community leaders.   

Community Prayer Breakfast kicks off Monday morning at CHS

The 39th annual Community Prayer Breakfast sponsored by Clinton High School and Clinton Middle School Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Clinton Family YMCA will be held March 6-10 at Clinton High School.

Waterloo Elementary principal leaving school for district office position

Waterloo Elementary School Principal Taria McIntosh will be leaving her position for the remainder of the 2016-2017 school year, Laurens County School District 55 (LCSD55) announced on Friday.

PTC massage therapy grad brings personal touch to restorative care

Melissa Raugh knows that just because you put your dreams on hold doesn’t mean you can’t achieve them.

Clinton churches offering community Lenten luncheons

Broad Street United Methodist, First Baptist-Clinton and First Presbyterian-Clinton are coming together to offer Community Lenten Luncheons during the 2017 Lenten season.

Laurens man enters guilty plea in federal court on marriage fraud charges

A Laurens man pled guilty on Monday in federal court in Florence to conspiracy to commit marriage fraud, according to United States Attorney Beth Drake. 

Laurens man pleads guilty to armed robbery of Drug-Lo

United States Attorney Beth Drake stated yesterday that Iquill Wayne Morrison, age 22, of Laurens, pled guilty in federal court in Greenville to obstruction of commerce by robbery and to use of a firearm during a crime of violence.

Montessori celebrates its 20th year in District 55

Laurens District 55 is celebrating 20 years of offering a Montessori-based curriculum to students.

LCMH hosting free 'lunch and learn' on colorectal cancer

In recognition of National Colorectal Cancer Month, Laurens County Memorial Hospital will be hosting a FREE lunch and learn, “Wipe Out Colorectal Cancer”, on Tuesday, March 7 at the Laurens YMCA from noon until 1p.m.

Laurens City Council approves $100 per month pay raise

Laurens City Council approved an amended ordinance to increase their pay and the mayor’s pay by $100 per month in a special called meeting on Wednesday.