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Presbyterian College included in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018

Presbyterian College has been featured in “Fiske Guide to Colleges 2018.

Two minutes with...Chamber President and CEO Amanda Munyan

GoLaurens.com is launching a new video series this week titled “Two minutes with…”.

After hiding in fire department, Clinton man arrested on multiple charges

A Clinton man was arrested on Monday on drug and burglary charges after a foot chase in Cross Hill with a Laurens County Sheriff’s Office deputy.

Laurens City Cemetery gets new historic marker

The Laurens City Cemetery has a new historic marker, funded by a donation by J. Don Witherspoon, one of the key benefactors for the Laurens County Museum.

Laurens County Community Foundation announces new community enrichment grant opportunities

For the second consecutive year, the Laurens County Community Foundation (LCCF) will offer individual county citizens and organized groups of citizens the opportunity to apply for funding to assist projects that will benefit the Laurens County community. 

GHS issues response to incident at Laurens County Memorial Hospital

On Saturday, July 15, the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office issued a news release to local media concerning the handling of a sexual assault case at GHS’ Laurens County Memorial Hospital.

SCDPS kicks off new speed enforcement campaign

The South Carolina Department of Public Safety kicked off a new speed enforcement campaign, Operation Southern Shield, at the South Carolina Statehouse on Monday, July 17, joining its counterparts across four other Southeastern states.

LCSO, LCMH at odds over treatment of victim of sexual assault

The treatment of a sexually assaulted woman has the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) questioning how Laurens County Memorial Hospital (LCMH) handled the evaluation of the victim.

Piedmont Tech awards scholarships to Laurens County students

Four Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Sterilite Corporation Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon.

PC School of Pharmacy shines at SC Pharmacy Association annual meeting

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy continues to make a name for itself professionally as evidenced last month during the 141st annual South Carolina Pharmacy Association meeting in Hilton Head.