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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 cindyc4@yahoo.com 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
Colleton County School District began providing Wi-Fi services to students and parents on Monday March 30. Six buses with Wi-Fi capability were placed at several of the schools to provide the … more
Due to Governor Henry McMaster’s March 24 order to extend the closure of all public schools in South Carolina through April 30, Colleton County School District will be providing additional … more
On Monday March 30, Colleton County School District will be sending six buses with Wi-Fi capability at several of Colleton County schools to provide the community with internet access during the … more

The mayor and city ataff are working all day, every day, to be as prepared and equipped as possible to best serve our citizens and businesses throughout this COVID-19 event. The mayor’s … more
For the safety of everyone involved, the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office and Walterboro Police Department have modified how they are responding to non-emergency calls. The sheriff’s … more
CoVID-19 has changed life as we know it, including church. Dr. Zane Brown, director of missions for Colleton County, received dozens of phone calls from local pastors asking what to do about … more
Brice Herndon Funeral Homes and Crematory is continuing to offer service to all families who need assistance. They are asking that bereaved families come in to the funeral home and meet with the … more

Some businesses have felt no impact at all from the Covid-19 panic in the last few weeks. Tractor Supply, Westbury’s Ace Hardware, grocery stores, gas stations, Dollar Generals, all pharmacies, … more
The City of Walterboro is announcing a series of closures effective immediately:  City Hall and the Citizen Services Center are closed to the public and will be limited to accepting water bill … more
Edisto Beach is closed to the public from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. 1. Trash operations: normal schedule as long as Colleton County landfill remains open. 2. Public Safety: will respond to calls, but … more
Solid WasteThe Solid Waste Green Pond Convenience Site will be open from 1-7 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. All other solid waste convenience sites are operating on their regular … more

The City of Walterboro will continue to assist local businesses and residents during this time. Mayor Young has worked diligently with local grocery stores to establish a Senior/Vulnerable Adult … more
As history is being written, there will likely be many images we’ll look back upon from the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020 — one being the photographs of empty retail shelves where packages … more
Colleton County only has one confirmed case of COVID-19 as of Wednesday March 25. S.C. has 342 confirmed cases. Seven deaths. New York has the most cases: 26,376. West Virginia the least: 20. … more
Seniors are getting a little help these days from local stores.Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of local Bi-Lo stores, has announced immediate actions to better assist the community during … more

UPDATE - 3/24/2020: With the increased number of visitors and decreased staff sizes due to COVID-19, we have made the decision to close parks for day-use on Wednesday (3/25) and Thursday (3/26) of … more
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