Of all the political reports and tweets blasting back and forth this past week there is one that simply stuns me especially as it was not denied by President Trump.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety has kicked off the enforcement component of the Christmas/New Year’s Sober or Slammer! campaign to combat impaired driving and reduce highway fatalities and injuries.
GREENWOOD – Nearly 200 graduates received their degrees on Saturday, Dec. 16, during Lander University’s 156th commencement. During the keynote address, Ironman triathlete, attorney and motivational speaker Jay Hewitt congratulated the graduates on “reaching the finish line,” but urged them to “look forward rather than looking back.”
Students from Laurens District 55, Laurens District 56 and Laurens Academy descended onto the campus of Laurens District High School on Thursday and Friday for the annual Michelin STEM Challenge.
MYRTLE BEACH — When it comes to turf, a group of Clemson University students recently showed they’re tops in the Carolinas.
The Laurens County Public Library System (LCPL) revealed their new bookmobile to the community on Tuesday afternoon.
Businesses in South Carolina were eligible for more than $100 million in potential tax savings so far this year through the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program, the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) recently announced.
The State Board of Education has approved over $55 million in funds allotted by the General Assembly to be used for school facility improvement projects in 48 eligible school districts, including District 55 and 56.
Laurens County is looking for someone to install 27 air conditioners and put a new roof on the Hillcrest Square Judicial/Services/Administration Center.
The Christmas season is often associated with merry family gatherings and celebrations bursting at the seams with yuletide glee. For many families, however, the Christmas season can be a disheartening time as parents struggle to provide a nice Christmas for their children.