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An 18-year-old male received a life-threatening gunshot wound in an incident near Ramsey Hill Road Friday evening, October 6. Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to a residence near the end of Ramsey … more
This week’s Spotlight features Sonya Grooms. Most of you may know from behind the lighting board at the Colleton Civic Center. She can also be found participating in choir or directing the … more
Spotlight By Scott Grooms sgrooms@lowcountry.com Herman Bright was born and raised in Walterboro. As a retired band director in the area, he has made a great impact on thousands of students … more

By: Dana Erickson editor@lowcountry.com Photos by: Harrison Hiott On September 28 Whiskey Run hit the stage at the Walterboro Wildlife Center. The band, based out of Augusta, Georgia … more
Special for The Press and Standard September at the P.E.P/ Club is time for the annual White Elephant sale. Members and guests had fun bidding on the items and took some bargains home. Club … more
Special for The Press and Standard The Technical College of the Lowcountry is excited to announce a new location in Colleton County, thanks to a special partnership with the Colleton Adult … more
By Scott Grooms sgrooms@lowcountry.com The 2023 Walterboro Band Classic was held at Cougar Stadium on Saturday September 30. The weather was beautiful and bands took to the field at 12 noon. … more

By Scott Grooms sgrooms@lowcountry.com The Colleton County Children’s Theatre returned to the stage at the Civic Center’s Hampton Street Auditorium. After a 4 years hiatus, “The Enchanted … more
By Scott Grooms sgrooms@lowcountry.com Attorneys for convicted killer Alex Murdaugh have filed documents requesting the federal government to take control of his assets which would move them … more
Special for The Press and Standard “Being Prepared to Help Others when the Need Arises” In His Name-Colleton, will be hosting its first “In His Name-Colleton Empty Bowls 2023” on … more
Special for The Press and Standard What: Lowcountry Food Bank’s Groundbreaking for Southern Region Food Center When: Wednesday, September 20th at 10:00 a.m. Where: Commerce Parkway, Early … more

Source: U.S. Department of State During National Hispanic Heritage Month, from September 15 – October 15, the U.S. government celebrates the countless contributions of more than 60 million … more
By: Anna S. Bright Photo: Anna S. Bright Recently, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.®, Xi Omega Omega Chapter, hosted its annual Black Family Picnic at the Davis-Bailey Park in St. George, SC. … more
For The Press and Standard Earlier this summer, Erin Whittington and Summer Rivera each received an award recognizing their remarkable performance as Junior Water Safety Instructors. They assisted … more
Press Release Approximately 29,000 Dominion Energy customers in South Carolina lost power at the peak of Hurricane Idalia as it blew into the state with wind speeds up to 65 mph in the Lowcountry … more

Press Release Biden-Harris Administration Invests $266 Million to Help Rural Business Owners, Farmers and Ranchers Lower Energy Costs, Generate Income, and Expand Operations, as Part of Investing … more
Press Release WALTERBORO, S.C. (Sept. 1, 2023) – Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone has secured convictions against a Colleton County couple who were in the midst of a multi-day … more
Source: Edisto Beach Shag Festival Facebook Hurricane Idalia cannot dampen the energy and anticipation of the Edisto Beach Shag Festival. The park is cleaned up and everything is good to go. The … more
By Scott Grooms Associated Press Tuesday morning, attorneys Dick Harpootlian and Jim Griffin who represent convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh during his trial, have filed a motion for a new trial … more

Source: Colleton County Fire Rescue A twin-engine plane struck a deer while landing on runway 23 at the Lowcountry Regional Airport Wednesday morning 30-August. Fire-Rescue was notified at 03:00 … more
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