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The general election for the Town of Williams will be held Tuesday July 14. This election was rescheduled from the previous date of April 14, due to Covid-19 restrictions. The election will … more
By Robert Adams This year, Earl Fore was licensed to grow hemp in Round O. An experienced farmer, Fore with the assistance of his grandson, Charles, found … more
By CINDY CROSBY What happens when two kindergarten teachers go from teaching ABCs to recipes? “Sweet Teachers.” Nancy Murray and Emily Lemacks teach kindergarten at … more

An ordinance to adopt the City of Walterboro’s general fund budget for fiscal year 2020-2021, was passed at the city council’s last meeting held on June 23. According to Jeff Molinari, city … more
The Robert Davidson Center, 113 Tee Pee Ln., Ridgeville, is being rebuild, using federal, state and local funds. The building will be used as the headquarters for the Edisto Natchez-Kusso Tribe of … more
With organized firework displays canceled, many families are purchasing fireworks to recreate the shows they are used to at home. For many, this will be their first time experimenting with … more
For 14 straight weeks, more than a million people have filed for unemployment in the U.S. Job loss often means a loss of healthcare coverage also. Many worry about how they will manage their … more

The S.C. Department of Transportation has announced the following road improvements scheduled in 2020-2021:Major/primary roadsS.C. Hwy. 217 (Lodge Highway), 1.73 miles, rehabilitation (repave);S.C. … more
By CINDY CROSBY If you ever had the opportunity to get to know Coach Maurice Simmons or be coached by him, you likely know how much the man loved his hats. In fact, chances … more
At approximately 10:35 a.m. Sunday, inmate Emmanuel Hughes, 28, escaped from the Colleton County Detention Center, scaling a fence and exiting the facility. Hughes was being housed in the three … more
In a joint meeting between the City Council and County Council on June 29, an emergency ordinance was passed requiring that face coverings or masks be worn in public in Colleton County and … more

Edisto Beach County Council adopted an emergency ordinance on June 29 in a 4-1 vote requiring that face coverings be worn for 60 days in the Town of Edisto Beach during the Covid-19 public health … more
James Linder has been a COVID-19 positive patient in the ICU at Colleton Medical Center for the past 37 days — 27 of those days on a ventilator. On June 26, Linder tested negative for COVID-19 and … more
One person is dead after a shooting on Beulah Road in Lodge Tuesday night at 10:52 p.m. On Tuesday June 30, Colleton County deputies responded to the 3000 block of Beulah Road in Lodge in … more
The Edisto Natchez-Kusso Free Clinic in Ridgeville recently received a gold rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC), a recently launched a Quality Standards … more

Ruffin Community disaster supplies box distribution was a success at the BZS Community Center grounds in Ruffin recently. A special thank you to co-sponsors Kingdom Keepers (Kim Memminger), D&R … more
By MARION BARNES Senior County Extension Agent Clemson University In just a few weeks, Colleton County should be blanketed with numerous fields of brightly colored, yellow blooming … more
Even though the playground is still closed at Gladys-Whidden Park at the duck pond, children still know how to have a good time. Local children Genesis and Jaidyn Deguire had a wonderful Friday … more
The MyHealthONE Mobile App is now available for both iOS and Android devices. The COVID-19 health crisis has reinforced that digital technology is playing an essential role in helping patients … more

At the June 9 virtual County Council meeting, Chairman Steve Murdaugh opened with a moment of silence in memory of the Mother Emmanuel Nine and Clementa Pinckney. The council also congratulated … more
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