BREAKING: Presbyterian College students will start moving back to campus on August 10.
The college's COVID-19 section said as of 8:01 am today (July 31), classes in the undergraduate program and the pharmacy program for Fall 2020 will begin on August 17. Students must register to move in starting...
“These conditions will not be tolerated”.
The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office has issued the following statement:
“On July 29th at approximately 3PM, Animal Control deputies responded to a residence in the 9000 area of Highway 101 South in Gray Court in reference to multiple dogs being...
Fire damages Safe Home shelter.
A fire has caused extensive damage to the Laurens County Safe Home, a domestic violence shelter, and now, a fund-raising opportunity becomes even more critical, the agency’s executive director said Monday.
On July 16, the Safe Home became eligible for the fund-...
TOURISM GRANTS w- Squealin' on the Square, Laurens, is cancelled.
CITY OF CLINTON ANNOUNCES TOURISM GRANT PROGRAM.
Grants available to organizations for marketing tourism related events
The City of Clinton will open the 2020 Accommodations Tax Grant Program funding cycle Wednesday, July 29,...
YOUTH SOCCER REGISTRATION.
CLINTON FAMILY YMCA ANNOUNCES
‘NEW EXPANDED LEAGUE FOR 2020’
The Clinton Family YMCA is offering open registration for ‘Youth Soccer’ for three playing divisions through the August 31st deadline.
The YMCA will offer the following age groups/playing...
Presbyterian College is one of only two S.C. colleges to receive national designation this year.
Presbyterian College is one of only 77 colleges and universities in the country to be named a First-gen Forward Institution. Only two colleges in South Carolina were added to the 2020-21 cohort of...
Local business and industry depend on community
to do their part in preventing the spread of Covid-19
LAURENS COUNTY – The Laurens County Development Corporation (LCDC) is working to rally citizens in our community — and the state as a whole — to help slow the spread of...
Rap studio, performer combining their efforts.
Taking people away from their troubles, and addressing the social issues of the day, Music has the power to do both, and more. A Clinton-Joanna partnership is continuing a local trend toward bringing the community’s music to a worldwide audience....
TUITION ASSISTANCE FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Gov. Henry McMaster Creates Safe Access to Flexible Education (SAFE) Grants
GREENVILLE – This morning, Governor Henry McMaster announced the creation of the Safe Access to Flexible Education (SAFE) Grants at Hampton Park Christian School.
DRUGS CASE IN CLINTON -- and, fleeing a traffic stop suspect, missing man found.
Five Face Drug Charges from Shands Street Tuesday
Thursday, July 16, 2020 -- WLBG on-line
Drug charges have been served on five people who Clinton Police arrested following an incident on Shands Street Tuesday....