Associated Hardwoods, a lumber products company, today announced plans to locate its new facility in Cherokee County. The more than $9.8 million investment is expected to generate 28 new jobs.
Community Life and Campus Services staff members at Presbyterian College have observed non-toxic surface mold in Barron Hall, Grotnes Hall, and in limited areas of Georgia Hall.
Today my dad, Cecil Y. Brown, M.D., closes the office doors to his solo family practice as he retires after 38 years of practicing medicine in Laurens. This day was a long time in coming, and not easily embraced by him. As he contemplated his retirement, he continually asked, “What about my patients? They need me.” It is this care and concern for his patients that have always defined his professional responsibilities.
Ford Elementary students got a chance on Thursday to experience the educational program provided by the Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum without leaving their Laurens County classrooms.
A celebration of giving was the theme as the United Way of Laurens County held their 2013 Live United Campaign Kickoff Luncheon at Presbyterian College.
Three Piedmont Technical College projects have been awarded funding through the Duke Energy Foundation and the Clemson Center for Workforce Development (CUCWD).
Tears welled in the eyes of Rev. David Kennedy as he sat back in his chair on stage overlooking the congregation that had come together Sunday at New Beginnings Missionary Baptist Church in Laurens.
The Laurens County Cancer Association is a relatively new organization with the sole purpose of making life better for Laurens County residents who have cancer.
Eighth Circuit Solicitor David Stumbo announced today that a 53 year-old Laurens man has been convicted by a Laurens County jury of multiple meth lab related charges and sentenced to a 25 year stay in the South Carolina Department of Corrections.