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The Colleton County Museum and Farmers Market held its Black History Celebration on Sunday afternoon, February 25th at the Colleton Civic Center. The event was full of music, education, and a … more
The Colleton Civic Center hosted Servire on Friday, February 23rd. The five-member group spent the week in Colleton County visiting schools, practicing, and participating in a community service … more
The Colleton County chapter of The Citadel Club held it largest annual fundraiser February 24. The fundraiser provides scholarships for Colleton County students who choose to attend The … more

On the 18th of February the Walterboro Elks Lodge went to the Southeast District Hoop Shoot in Charleston S.C.  The Walterboro Lodge # 1988 had a great showing. The first-place winners … more
If you live in or have ever visited Walterboro, South Carolina, or some other surrounding areas, there is no doubt that you have seen the food trucks, A Soulful Taste, owned and operated by Marcus … more
The Legacy of Molly Graham continues through Five great grandsons. The descendants of Molly Graham are as follows: The great-great grandson, Army First Sergeant John D. Givens, Army Sergeant Samuel … more
Maybe they could see a better future than others around them. Maybe they held more hope for humanity in their home country even amongst the ravages of war-torn Europe. Before the Tuskegee Airmen … more

January and February saw many items on the agenda of the Walterboro-Colleton County Airport Commission. In a Special Meeting in February, the Commission updated rules and regulations regarding … more
This month’s Day Trippin’ takes us to the Hunley Museum. The CSS Hunley was the first submarine to sink a vessel at sea and February 17th was the 160th anniversary of the attack and sinking in … more
The Colleton County hosted Coffee with Colleagues February 20 at Colleton Coffee. There was a good turnout with many members of Walterboro professional community present. The Chamber looks forward to … more
Walterboro, SC, February 20, 2024 - Bank of the Lowcountry announced the consolidation of its Forest Hills location into its Walterboro Main branch at 1100 N Jefferies Blvd as of March 29th, 2024. … more

Sergeant Jackson Lee Riley & Hydro, the tandem that forms the Walterboro Police Department K9 Unit, recently stopped by the Press and Standard offices for a demonstration. Check out the video … more
The Republican Presidential Primary is this Saturday, February 24th. The polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. If you have a question regarding polling locations please go to … more
Charleston, SC, February 14, 2024– Bank of the Lowcountry, announced the opening of its newest full-service branch in West Ashley. Located at 1923 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, this expansion aims to bridge … more
The Highway Patrol closed both North and Southbound lanes of Interstate 95 between Exit 53 and Exit 57 for ten hours on February 13. Just after 1am 911 received a call that a tractor trailer struck … more

Jerry K. Rivers, who supplied convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh with painkillers, was sentenced to 7 years on February 12. Rivers, of Walterboro, has said he never met Murdaugh. Prosecutors … more
In an emergency town meeting February 5, Cottageville Mayor Donald Dulin surrounded by members of Cottageville Town Council presided over a meeting with an agenda of discussing the disbanding of the … more
This week’s Spotlight is on Lance Calcutt, son of Doctors Drew and Vonda Calcutt. Born and raised in Walterboro along with his sister Samantha, Calcutt attended Colleton County High School and … more
The Lowcountry African American Cultural Arts Festival presented “An Afrocentric American Cultural Arts Festival at the Colleton Civic Center. The Stage came alive on February 17 at 6pm. The show … more

In the February 1, 2024 article regarding Cadet Max Rosenberg of The Citadel an incorrect photo was submitted. Cadet Rosenberg achieved the Dean’s List at The Citadel for his academic achievements … more
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