Beneficiary Designations: Why your Will and Trusts Aren’t Enough

  October 29, 2020

By Anne Marie E. Ashworth, CFP® When developing a comprehensive estate plan, it is critical to understand which, if any, of your assets have (or could have) a beneficiary designated.…

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LCSO K-9 Unit Fundraiser this Saturday

  October 21, 2020

Join the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit this Saturday at Tractor Supply (917 E. Main St. Laurens) for our family friendly fundraiser! Activities for the kids, raffles, food, and…

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Haley Saxby joins Robinson Gray law firm as associate

  October 20, 2020

Haley Saxby has joined Robinson Gray law firm as an associate. Her practice will focus on premises liability, automobile and trucking torts, insurance coverage, and products liability. Haley grew up…

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Kyle Michel Law Firm, LLC

  September 28, 2020

Kyle Michel Law Firm assists clients in the South Carolina legislature and in the halls of state government in Columbia, SC. We are at the legislature each day of session…

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Nexsen Pruet adds Mark Harmon as Government Affairs Advisor

  September 21, 2020

South Carolina public policy veteran Mark Harmon has joined Nexsen Pruet. He will work with the firm’s Public Policy and Governmental Affairs Group in Columbia. Mark brings to the firm deep experience in Palmetto…

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Laurens County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit Fundraiser

  September 18, 2020

Join us on Saturday, October 24th 11AM-3PM for our K-9 Unit fundraiser. Funds raised at the event will be used for K-9 training and supplies including food, vaccines and K-9…

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Lott named to board of Black Belt Hall of Fame

  September 15, 2020

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott was named to the board of directors of the South Carolina Black Belt Hall of Fame, Tues., Sept. 15. “Having Sheriff Lott…

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Updated Story – Man Wanted for Murder Now in Custody

  September 14, 2020

On September 11th at approximately 9:45PM, deputies responded to the 100 block of Garth Road in Fountain Inn in reference to an individual who had suffered a gunshot wound. Upon…

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Subject Wanted for Murder

  September 14, 2020

On September 11th at approximately 9:45PM, deputies responded to the 100 block of Garth Road in Fountain Inn in reference to an individual who had suffered a gunshot wound. Upon…

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LCSO to Host Annual Trunk or Treat – October 30

  September 14, 2020

Stop by the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office (216 West Main St.) on Friday, October 30th starting at 5:30PM (while supplies last) for our annual Trunk or Treat event! We enjoy…

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Charleston Legal Access

  September 2, 2020

Charleston Legal Access is a nonprofit law firm dedicated to expanding access to legal services and rights in South Carolina. We serve moderate- and low-income individuals, providing legal representation at…

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The Carolina Crossroads Project – How will it impact you?

  August 31, 2020

Columbia’s Malfunction Junction is getting a much-needed face lift. The Carolina Crossroads project is one of the most significant road improvement projects ever undertaken in South Carolina. Anyone who has…

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Santee Cooper, Westinghouse finalize settlement

  August 31, 2020

Santee Cooper to begin equipment sales immediately Santee Cooper and Westinghouse Electric Co. finalized terms of a settlement over ownership of equipment associated with the V.C. Summer project, giving Santee…

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