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PERSON SHOT -- Clinton Police are asking the public's help in trying to solve a shooting case.   It happened this afternoon (March 10) and was reported when a person checked in to the county hospital about 3:30 pm. The victim has severe injuries, a report said. The shooting happened at Oak Street...
AN INVESTIGATION - after a closed session last night, Laurens County Council approved of a "county employee" investigation, updated -- council will have a called meeting next Thursday.   There is an unconfirmed report that Jon Caime has left as Laurens County Administrator, and Dale Satterfield is...
Prisma Health Laurens County Hospital achieves national recognition in Newsweek’s annual best maternity hospitals ranking - Second consecutive year.       One of only 10 hospitals recognized in South Carolina   Prisma Health Laurens County Hospital was ranked among the Best Maternity Hospitals...
ELECTIONS: Ronnie Roth has won re-election to Clinton City Council by 3 votes.   Roth's election was 1 of 4 contested on March 2 ballots in Clinton and Laurens. In Clinton, Seat 1 incumbent Danny Cook won, 114 votes; to Ricky Martin Sr., 14, and Henry Anderson, 3. Roth won 34-31 over Mitch Meadors...
COUNTY RETIREMENT & Hillcrest Square enhancements - roof, HVAC, LEDs - near the finish.     The place where Laurens County tries criminal cases and accepts payments for taxes is nearing the completion of a 3-year sprucing up. The County needs to find the money to fix the parking lot and move...
COVID - Date of Rhythm on the Rails moves to October.     A preliminary request by the Laurens County Trails Association was brought before City Council Monday night to gain the cooperation of CSX Railroads and the local governments of Laurens County to build a trail along the right-of-way of the...
CANNON ON CITY PAYROLL TIL SEPT 9.     Signed by all seven Clinton City Council members, former City Manager Bill Ed Cannon and two witnesses, a Feb. 8 document says, “Employee has indicated his desire to resign from his employment with Employer.” He agrees not to sue the City of Clinton. If future...
Recreation Center on “beautiful piece of property” is definitely do-able, possible consultants tell council.     A group that had worked with former Clinton City Managers Josh Kay and Frank Stovall on recreation plans that never got off the ground is back after 10 years to try again to design and...
Board agrees to buy land, hire administrators.     School District 56 Trustees agreed to buy land adjacent to Eastside Elementary School and extend contracts to fill 16 administrative jobs during their Monday night regular meeting. The precise location, price, and purpose for the land was not...
PTC and Laurens School Districts Partner for GEAR UP Initiative.     Piedmont Technical College (PTC) tutor Ian Levine understands the students who seek academic help from him. He has been there. “I was a special education student from 4th grade up to college,” he said, having been diagnosed with...

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