LaShaughn Williams, owner of Atol Bakery, recently celebrated his first year in business at the Colleton Commercial Kitchen. Located at 514 E. Washington Street within the Colleton Museum and Farmers Market, Atol Bakery has grown by … Read the rest
Clemson Extension’s Family & Community Leaders (FCL) will hold its annual Holiday House Craft Fair on Saturday Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., in conjunction with the Colleton County Farmers Market. The Farmers Market is located at the … Read the rest
Andrew McCaskill of Walterboro normally hunts deer and ducks. But last month, he got a chance to hunt something much, much bigger.
In September, his uncle Marshall Steele from Lancaster called and said he got an alligator tag and wondered … Read the rest
A Colleton County man was killed and a female seriously injured when
they were gunned down during a Friday evening home invasion on
The male occupant of the home was pronounced dead at the scene; the
female was … Read the rest
The majority of the Walterboro Post Office staff purchased breast cancer t-shirts which they wore to work this week as part of a national initiative to show their support for the fight against … Read the rest
Winners in Walmart’s annual Halloween Coloring contest were Kayla Starkweather (above) in the 8-10 age division and Lylah Kemmlerlin (below) in the 2-4 age group. Addy Bush won the 5-7-year-old contest. There were 46 entries in the contest.
Haley Nicole Felder is a senior at Colleton County High School where she is a four-year varsity letterman in volleyball for the Lady Cougars. She is the daughter of Matt and Tina Tyler of Walterboro and Steven Felder. Her grandparents … Read the rest
Lego enthusiast and research historian Andrew Heape teamed up with Colleton County Memorial Library’s Children’s Librarian Shiela Keaise to bring a Lego learning experience to Northside Elementary school recently. Keaise read “Green Eggs and Ham” to the students, who then … Read the rest
On Sunday Oct. 30, the Colleton Center and the Limehouse family will host the eighth annual Polo for the Point. This benefit polo match will be held at the Limehouse Polo Field, Highway 15 N, 7201 Jefferies Highway, approximately seven … Read the rest
Julie R. Smith, humor columnist for The Press and Standard, has been accepted into the South Carolina Artisans’ Guild. Her book of collected columns, “Southern-Fried and Sanctified,” is available in the “new artists” area of the Artisans’ Center at 318 … Read the rest
Two days before Hurricane Matthew began wreaking havoc on Colleton County and surrounding areas, SCE&G contacted Olde House Café owner Tim Sumner about making plans to feed the large number of linemen who would be arriving in Walterboro to assist … Read the rest
Deux Cheneaux Plantation, home to Susan and Allen Bell, near Ritter on the Green Pond Highway lost several trees to Hurricane Matthew. All structures suvived intact except one equipment shed, whose roof sported a large tree limb. The couple were … Read the rest
Governor Nikki Haley will visit Ridgeland on Wednesday Nov. 2 for a Team South Carolina Hurricane Matthew relief event. Team South Carolina Lowcountry Day will serve residents impacted by the storm from Jasper, Beaufort, Colleton and Hampton counties and will … Read the rest
A huge loud Colleton County crowd was on hand at West Ashley to support the Colleton County High School Band of Blue as it placed 6th out of 16 bands at the 2016 SCBDA 4A Lower State Championships.
Only seven … Read the rest
The Disabled American Veterans mobile service office was in Walterboro last Friday, answering questions and helping local veterans with paperwork. From left are Karl Phaehler of the DAV Chapter Service Office; Johnny Holmes of the local DAV chapter; David Ross, … Read the rest
Forest Hills Elementary held its annual Fall Festival last Friday. Sponsored by the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), approximately 700 students enjoyed activities including a hayride, Trunk or Treat, carnival games and face painting.
The festival was … Read the rest