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The Seventh Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church will host a series of free COVID-19 testing sites across South Carolina July 8-11, including one at Colleton County High … more
Colleton County officials have been notified of seventy-six total cases of COVID-19 in Colleton County, with 44 current cases. These cases of COVID-19 are in the 29488, 29481, 29475, 29435, 29446 and … more
The Colleton County Parks and Recreation Fitness Center will re-open on Tuesday May 26 with new policies and procedures in place that will be released by the end of next week. New Fitness Center … more

Colleton County officials have been notified of 33 total cases of COVID-19 in Colleton County. This brings the number of current cases to 12. Six of these cases were announced Friday May 1. These … more
As of Tuesday April 21, SCDHEC reports that Colleton has 23 positive cases of the COVID-19 virus and two deaths. SCHEC estimates Colleton has 141 positive cases, 164 possible cases. more
During these difficult times, Lowcountry Urgent Care (LUC) is open and available to collect specimens to test for COVID-19. LUC is capable of collecting specimens from patients who have symptoms and … more
Julie Mundell, Michael Fanchette and Scott Wheeler are teachers at Colleton County High School’s Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center (TCTC). While COVID-19 brought new problems in how to … more

This sign on I-95 near the rest area at Exit 53 pretty much sums up the state of the country. With the S.C. governor’s stay-at-home order on Monday, Colleton residents join the rest of the country … more
Jeff Lewis, owner of Jeff’s IGA in Ehrhardt, knew that supplies of toilet paper were limited. So he came up with a plan. He opened the rolls (with gloves) and divided them up, placing two rolls … more
Colleton County officials have been notified of 10 total cases of COVID-19 in Colleton County — but only nine current cases, as one of the cases in Walterboro (29488) has recovered. DHEC has … more
Forest Hills Tennis Center closedThe Forest Hills Tennis Center will be joining the five other city park closures. Closed are:• Forest Hills Tennis Center (772 Ireland Hills Drive)• … more

Colleton County School District will be observing spring break holiday on April 13-19, giving families, school nutrition staff, bus drivers, teachers and district officials who have worked hard … more
Feeling tired, frustrated, anxious, worried, frightened, depressed, angry? Well, then, according to Dr. James Moody, licensed professional counselor for Synergy Counseling Services, you are … more
The faculty and staff at USC-Salkehatchie are hard at work preparing to keep their classes going amid the Coronavirus outbreak. Two weeks ago, the University of South Carolina system announced … more
The City of Walterboro will continue to assist local businesses and residents during this time. Mayor Bill Young has worked diligently with local grocery stores to establish a Senior/Vulnerable Adult … more

The April 7 Walterboro City Council Meeting is canceled due to COVID-19. Depending on the duration of the COVID-19 public health crisis, and to prevent the gathering of more than three people in … more
City of WalterboroBelow is an updated list of closures and changes for the City of Walterboro:  The drive-through at the Customer Service Center at 300 Hampton Street is now closed. Residents will … more
By CINDY CROSBY One of the major concerns facing locals and people across the nation is the economic impact on the workforce due to efforts to #flattenthecurve and slow the … more
In the blink of an eye, the education system as we knew it changed for families with school-age children. Parents became teachers overnight and home learning, whether in the form of e-learning or … more

Colleton County High School and Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center faculty and staff members are doing their part to help protect first responders and law enforcement by donating and assembling … more
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