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By HEATHER RUPPE The Town of Williams is looking to fill several seats in its leadership cabinet, incluindg a new mayor and four town council members. The at-large election means that anyone … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Recent sightings of wild coyotes wandering through some of Walterboro’s more suburban, busy neighborhoods are circulating through the community, and wildlife officials with the … more
By VICKI BROWN Scams are becoming more and more creative and innovative. Patrice Johnson, her husband and grandmother were recent victims of such a scam. As self-described educated and … more

By VICKI BROWN Local Colleton residents James and Willie Rabb are proud of their grandsons. The Robinson twins are Tusculum football siblings who have earned Academic All-District laurels. … more
By STEPHANIE GRUBER, USC Dr. Brandon J. Wright has been named interim assistant dean of student success for the University of South Carolina Salkehatchie. Wright, who is passionate about … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A historic downtown Walterboro home is being renovated to its former glory and is soon going to be put onto the real estate market. The house, located at 919 Wichman Street, … more
Katherine Richardson turned 100 years old on January 12. She was born in 1922 and worked as a postal carrier in Manhattan, N.Y. Sporting a tiara and sash at her birthday party at Magnolias in … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Colleton County Probate Judge Ashley H. Amundson, who has served in the role since 2011, will not seek re-election this year. Amundson made the announcement via press release on … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Colleton County officials are working together to address some residential concerns given to them about criminal incidents occurring near Sure Shots in Walterboro. About two … more
By VICKI BROWN The Edisto Natchez-Kusso Tribal Council in rural Colleton County recently received letters from South Carolina Congressional Representative Nancy Mace and U.S. Senators Tim Scott … more
Dr. Justin K. Mogilski, assistant professor of psychology, has been named a 2022 Breakthrough Star by the University of South Carolina Office of the Vice President for Research. “It is a major … more

The Colleton County VFW Post 12102 and Auxiliary held their Annual Award Ceremony on 14 January in Walterboro. Ten-year pins were presented to Sr. Vice Commander Bill Proctor for service completed in … more
By HEATHER RUPPE An elderly Green Pond man died last week in a house fire. Benjamin Magwood, Jr., 71, of Green Pond, died as a result of the fire. The 71-year-old man was found covered in … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Music and good words rang out recently at St. Peter’s AME Church on Fishburne Street, as guests and members gathered to dedicate a historic marker. For … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Colleton County Council has designated the month of February as Black History Month. The resolution was passed at council’s virtual meeting, which was … more

By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com The Lowcountry Regional Airport Commission met Thursday, January 13 and unanimously voted to request that both the City of Walterboro and Colleton County … more
BY VICKI BROWN On Saturday, January 15th, local hunters and property owners were invited to gather at Coastal Electric to voice their concerns regarding hunting with dogs and a recent county … more
By HEATHER RUPPE & VICKI BROWN The local Colleton County Animal Shelter saw a boost in donations last week when Colleton businesses and residents honored the former actress Betty White, who … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A longtime leader for the City of Walterboro is leaving the city to pursue another career opportunity in a nearby government. Current City of Walterboro Assistant Manager … more

By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Joe and Blanche Hamilton of SS Hamilton Farms in Green Pond recently hosted UNC Chapel Hill’s NC Growth-SmartUp SC Team for a tour and brunch at their … more
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