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By Cindy Crosby Cindyc4@yahoo.com The Colleton County Department of Adult Education held the Class of 2022 Commencement on Tuesday, June 7, at Faith Walterboro. Twelve graduates were presented … more
By Felisha Hodge The Lowcountry Area Health Education Center (AHEC) hosted a Health Careers Carnival on Thursday, June 16 for the Lowcountry, including the Colleton County community. The event … more
By Vicki Brown The Gregory Kinsey Memorial Executive Board recently chose two students to receive the GKM Scholarship: Alaysia Stephens and Dorian Gant. Every year, the board sponsors … more

By Mae Francis Bing People gathered on the grounds of Colleton High School on Saturday, June 19, to participate in Colleton County’s first Juneteenth celebration. The festival featured a … more
By Vicki Brown For children, going to the library is always fun, but it is even more delightful when a child can win prizes. That’s the main focus of the Summer Reading Program at Colleton … more
By Heather Ruppe Bird watchers who became lost on rural paths in Colleton County were rescued on ATVs by state and local authorities. On Friday, June 17, officers with the Colleton County … more
Businesses throughout Colleton County are being celebrated through monthly networking events called Business After Hours. These meet-and-greet events are hosted at a different location each … more

By Heather Ruppe The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) is back, giving seniors fresh fruits and vegetables during the summer months. The program officially began in most of … more
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) continues to make progress in delivering its 10-year plan, made possible through the funding investments made in the 2017 Roads Bill.  SCDOT … more
By Heather Ruppe Two brothers were killed in an early-morning Father’s Day shooting at a Colleton County club. Navar Bennett, 27, and Zachary Bennett, 25, died in the emergency room at … more
Maryann Blake What is the difference between you and your running mate? BLAKE: “I have the qualifications and leadership abilities to help govern the County’s affairs and help its people … more

By Vicki Brown A run-off election between Democratic candidates Hiram EM Davis and Maryann Blake for the Colleton County Council At-Large seat will be held on June 28. Early voting begins on … more
Gehl Foods, LLC (Gehl Food & Beverage Companies), a leading food and beverage manufacturing company, is establishing operations in Colleton County. The company’s $46 million investment is creating … more
These meet-and-greet events are hosted at a different location each month. Each event also has a different local sponsor. The event is for all types of businesses to promote themselves and to learn … more
Colleton Medical Center welcomes Walterboro native Victoria Clark as the new director of the Medical Surgical Unit. Prior to joining Colleton Medical Center, Clark spent the past three years as a … more

By Vicki Brown “Search For Treasure” author Angela May visited Colleton County Memorial Library to speak to parents, visitors and Friends of the Library on June 17th. The author was invited … more
By Vicki Brown National Flag Day is observed on June 14th every year. The day honors the flag of the United States. The holiday commemorates the date in 1777 when the United States approved the … more
Following the recent annual meeting of shareholders, the board of directors for Bank of the Lowcountry elected Peden Brown Mcleod Jr. chairman of the board, and Pamela J. Robertson vice chairwoman of … more
Every summer South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) offers a workshop for teachers using South Carolina estuaries as the classroom. This year, July 12-14, 2022, teachers are … more

By Sylvia Joy Williams On May 22, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Xi Omega Omega Chapter, initiated 10 new members in Walterboro. Glotavia Morris delivered a message during the worship … more
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