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The local store Consignment Envy has decided to close its doors in response to the Corvid-19 epidemic, but is listing items for sale on Facebook for shoppers.On March 17, Consignment Envy owner … 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
Colleton School District bus drivers and nutrition staff have delivered thousands of meals to students since Wednesday March 18 to help support our community as we work to #flattenthecurve in … more

1st Federal of South Carolina - Lobbies at the Robertson and Edisto location are closed until further notice. Drive-throughs remain open. They will try to accommodate customers if an entry is needed. … more
The Lowcountry Food Bank (LCFB) is fully operational and serving neighbors who struggle with hunger. The LCFB is carefully monitoring developments regarding COVID-19 from state, regional and local … more
Due to the concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office will operate as a virtual office for the foreseeable future, Solicitor Duffie Stone announced … more
Colleton County has enhanced preventative measures to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Beginning March 18, the Colleton County Veterans Affairs Office will suspend walk-ins and office … more

Based on current guidance and out of an abundance of caution, the American Cancer Society has extended the suspension of all events through mid-May. This includes any meetings, bank nights, … more
The Colleton County Probate Court is requesting the public take special precautions to restrict visitation to the Probate Court. While the Probate Court will remain open to the public, staff requests … more
As a proactive measure, Mayor Jane Darby has declared a local state of emergency for the Town of Edisto Beach. Per CDC guidance, she recommended all businesses keep occupancy at below 50% of normal … more
Colleton County leadership, including public safety and emergency management officials, continues to closely monitor developments related to Coronavirus Disease 2019, commonly called Coronavirus or … more

With the spread of COVID-19 now affecting the Lowcountry, Colleton Medical Center has updated its protocols to ensure its preparedness during spread of COVID-19. While Colleton Medical Center does … more
Clemson Extension announced that all 46 of its county offices will be closed to the public beginning March 18.The unprecedented step was taken out of an abundance of caution for the health and … more
Beginning Wednesday March 18, school buses will transport meals to Colleton County School District students along regular bus routes. These no-cost, grab-and-go meals are available to any student. … more

The City of Walterboro is announcing a series of closures effective immediately:• City Hall and the Citizen Services Center will not be open to the public starting 8 a.m. Tuesday March 17 and … more
Colleton County is concerned about the health and well-being of residents and visitors. County leadership, including public safety and emergency management officials, continues to closely monitor … more
After consultation with the members of Walterboro City Council and city staff, Mayor Bill Young has issued the following statement: “Because of the COVID–19 outbreak, we will be … more
Colleton County School District will extend material pick-up times for distance learning opportunities for our students to Tuesday, March 17. We will have two opportunities for parents to pick up … more

• Smoke in the Boro, rescheduled for October 30-31.•The Colleton County Branch of the NAACP annual Freedom Fund Banquet originally scheduled for March 28 has been postponed until … more
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