Breaking News

Former PC President Dr. Kenneth Orr
  Presbyterian College President Emeritus Dr. Kenneth B. Orr, the 15th president of Presbyterian College, passed away Monday, July 18, in Asheville, N.C., after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 83. “Serving as president from July, 1979, until his retirement in December of 1997, Orr...
  POKEMON GO: Lemonade & Lures Laurens County Public Library, August 5, 2016 – 2PM   Have you been snagged by the Pokémon Go craze? So have we! Come join librarians at the Laurens Library on August 5, at 2 PM, for an hour-long lure drop. We’ll be serving up lemonade, passing out free books, and...
  Clinton City Council agreed Monday to sell Tallwood Homes Apartments to a private company. The deal must be approved by the US Department of Agriculture, which loaned the city the money to build the apartments in the 1970s. The city still owes $191,000 on the apartments. Tallwood is owned by the...
The board of the Laurens County Water & Sewer Commission today received a framed copy of the latest nature photography contest that the commission helps sponsor. Michael Seymour and Jay Wham, representing the Laurens County Soil & Water Conservation District, made the presentation to Ted...
  Three men were charged with multiple drug trafficking and firearms charges yesterday after their early morning arrest in Clinton. Public Safety Officer Glen Sickles and Sgt. Anthony Harris were performing routine patrol in the South Broad area at 3:28 am when Officer Sickles observed a 1986 Ford...
At its Aug. 1 meeting, Clinton City Council will consider an endorsement of putting a Main Street Program back in place for the city. Money for the program is budgeted, and the endorsement will be for "the implementation of the Main Street Program and authorizing the City of Clinton to apply to be...
Laurens County Council on Tuesday will consider taking a first step in the "where we want to go" process of developing a Master Plan. County Administrator Jon Caime is suggesting to Council that he be allowed to hire a second year graduate student in City and Regional Planning from Clemson...
Clinton Dept. of Public Safety, Joanna and Laurens County firefighters responded about 10 this morning to a structure fire. Smoke was showing at 103B North Bell St. as firefighters and utility workers responded. No flames were visible outside the structure, and no one appeared to be injured. Smoke...
Two men - the last ones in the former Laurel Hill Baptist Church before it burned - have been arrested and charged in connection with the fire. They have been charged with 1st degree arson and criminal conspiracy. The Laurens County Sheriff's Office identified the suspects as Timothy Pyle, 34, and...
Eddie Romines has been promoted to head varsity boys basketball coach at Clinton High School. Romines, a former junior varsity head coach, was serving as varsity assistant coach when Jim Still resigned just months after being named the head coach. "We are excited about all of the expertise that...

Pages

My Clinton News

P.O. Box 180
513 North Broad St.
Clinton, SC 29325
Phone: (864) 833-1900
Fax: (864) 833-1902

 

Sign Up For Breaking News

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Subscribe to My Clinton News Newsletter feed
Comment Here