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In its recent meeting, Colleton County Council heard from Charles Bright, a member of the Ritter Community Revitalization Project. The Ritter Community Revitalization Project is a nonprofit LLC … more
By VICKI BROWN The Lowcountry Council of Governments (LCOG) is requesting help for Colleton citizens regarding a long-range transportation plan. They are asking for residents to complete a … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Two people were killed in a two-car crash on October 6th when their cars collided along S.C. Highway 64 (Charleston Highway) near the Neyles Community. Witnesses called 911 … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Divers with Colleton County Fire-Rescue were called to neighboring Dorchester County on Saturday, Oct. 9th to help search for people who might have been in the water after the … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A two-vehicle, high-speed motor vehicle crash sent one person to an area hospital Trauma Center and a second man to Colleton Medical Center. The crash occurred on Sunday at … more
Drug dog finds gun, meth during traffic stop By HEATHER RUPPE A canine officer with the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office helped to locate drugs and a gun during a routine traffic stop last … more
By HEATHER RUPPE   Those who need blood and food will be helped in an upcoming blood drive and community outreach effort. The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office and Colleton Fire-Rescue are … more

By HEATHER RUPPE A new nationwide poll puts South Carolina as being the sixth-highest state in the nation for violence against women – all as eyes on this issue as a part of state and local … more
Suspects sought in daytime drive-by shooting By HEATHER RUPPE Officers were called to a Walterboro house last week when an unknown suspect fired several shots at a man’s house. According to an … more
Press release The FBI launched a hate crime reporting campaign this month in South Carolina as part of a nationwide effort to encourage reporting to law enforcement. The advertising campaign in … more
By HEATHER RUPPE State and local officials are investigating a fatal hit and run that occurred near Green Pond last week, but details on the suspect who struck and killed a man are very limited. … more

Submitted by Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office PRESS RELEASE - Battered women often underestimate the severity of the mistreatment they suffer and the likelihood their abusive partners … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Three people were injured on Sunday, Sept. 26th when two vehicles collided on McLeod Road. The 1:19 p.m. crash occurred near the 400 block of McLeod Road, when a Jeep left … more
By HEATHER RUPPE South Carolina’s top investigative agency has now called in federal resources to help them unravel a string of crimes coming from Alex Murdaugh and the still unsolved double … more
Squatters removed from local house By HEATHER RUPPE Deputies with the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office were called to a Walterboro residence on Sept. 21 when the owner of the property … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Colleton County residents can now receive texts as part of a mass notification system called “Code Red,” where Colleton County Fire-Rescue can use a public notification system … more
Six employees with the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office have been named Employee of the Quarter for September. The Employee of the Quarter program was created by the sheriff’s office to honor and … more
Drunken driver falls onto arresting officer, urinates during arrest By HEATHER RUPPEA Columbia resident traveling through Walterboro was so intoxicated when he was stopped by a local officer that the … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A Walterboro house was saved from being completely destroyed on Wednesday when firefighter-paramedic crews fought a blaze inside the house’s utility room. An initial … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Nearly $180,000 in drugs and guns have been seized and taken off of Colleton County streets since January 1st and is all a part of a proactive effort aimed at getting rid of drugs … more
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