Presbyterian College officials on Tuesday cut the blue ribbon that officially opens the renovated Neville Hall, the building on the hill in the middle of campus.
LAST CHANCE TO DANCE: One more double shot of fun is Thursday night in Clinton.
  A wreck in Gray Court killed one person Tuesday night.
People who are concerned that a new high school for Laurens costs too much were called racists to their faces before their rally tonight.
The size of the crowd was estimated at 400-500. That might not do it justice.
The sun was totally eclipsed in Laurens County 
Presbyterian College officials on Tuesday cut the blue ribbon that officially opens the renovated Neville Hall, the building on the hill in the middle of campus. The building has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation and the addition of the Cornelson Center for three more floors of space....
LAST CHANCE TO DANCE: One more double shot of fun is Thursday night in Clinton. The "Double Shot of My Baby's Love (yeah-yeah-yeah" boys from Greenwood are back for the final Town Rhythms - a back to school event that now can include Presbyterian College, since students, faculty and staff are back...
  A wreck in Gray Court killed one person Tuesday night. The victim has not been identified. It was a two-vehicle wreck, with a fatality in one vehicle and two people in the other vehicle taken to the hospital for treatment - all three were wearing seatbelts. This wreck happened in front of the...
People who are concerned that a new high school for Laurens costs too much were called racists to their faces before their rally tonight. David Kennedy led a counter-rally, starting with two others and growing to nine, including children, between the end of the Laurens County Council meeting and...

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 Presbyterian College women’s basketball and head coach Todd Steelman announced Thursday the non-conference portion of the 2017-18 schedule. The Blue Hose play teams from the ACC,...

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