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The Colleton County Arts Council held its annual Polar Express on Sunday December 3. Attendees were able to get their golden ticket to participate in the telling of the Polar Express story, take a … more
The Walterboro Christmas Parade was held on December 3 at 6:30pm. Floats, Car Clubs, Fire Trucks, and a visit from Santa kicked of the Holiday Season. more
This week’s Spotlight is Tom Finigan, Director of Bands for the Colleton County High School Band of Blue. He is a native of Walterboro, SC and is in his thirty-sixth year with the Colleton County … more

In His Name-Colleton would like to thank Colleton Medical Center for their generous donation of non- perishable food items! The staff at CMC collected 465 pounds of food for our emergency food … more
Special for The Press and Standard Longer Lives for Animals Means Innovative Approaches to Ailments Columbia, S.C., November 30, 2023 – While Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is buzzing with … more
The Ritter Community Revitalization Project celebrated its 5th annual fall fest, and it was certainly a blast. The Ritter Community residents celebrated with lots of delicious food, old fashioned … more
The November blood drive at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church brought in 47 possible donors and 43 pints of blood was collected. Those that came in to donate were: Leon Bryan, Kevin Wicker, Stacy Thomas, … more

Source: Patrick Phillips In an about face 14th Circuit Court Judge Robert Bonds has issued an order ruling that Ryan Manigo’s phone calls while incarcerated will not be released until a new … more
A family of four was displaced following a fire in their home on Akins Ln Wednesday, November 29. Engine 13 find fire at the front of the single-story wood structure. Firefighter-Paramedics deployed … more
Get to know #yourColletonFirefighter Mandy Dandridge on #firefighterfriday. Firefighter Dandridge is a volunteer assigned to Station 8 serving the Hendersonville Community. Mandy is also a member of … more
The Walterboro Fire Department is spreading holiday cheer and lighting up Main Street with the magic of Christmas! The local heroes traded in their firefighting gear for festive decorations, … more

Congratulations to Avery Shoupe! Avery is the winner of the 2023 Fire Safety coloring contest and received a brand new bike and helmet! Enjoy your new ride, Avery, and don’t forget to wear your … more
Please join us in welcoming two new #Colletonfirefighters. Class 2023-003 completed New Hire Orientation and will be heading to a station near you! Congratulations Class 2023-003 and welcome to the … more
Agents with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) arrested and charged Jeffrey Colton Hill 34, son of Clerk of Court Rebecca Hill, with Wiretapping. Hill, a resident of Walterboro, was … more
The death of Stephen Smith in 2015 in Hampton County was re-examined when the murders of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh focused the spotlight on Smith once again. At the time the death was ruled a hit and … more

By Scott Grooms This week’s spotlight is on Dr. John Creel. You may know Dr. Creel as the owner of Walterboro Adult and Pediatric Medicine, but he is also the Chief of … more
Upon completion of the runoff elections in Cottageville, the following are the official results for the November 7, 2023 municipal elections in Colleton County. For more information visit … more
We are in the Holiday season, and many families here in Colleton County that are less fortunate than many. Many of them will be unable to enjoy this holiday season due to financial difficulties. … more
(LEXINGTON, S.C.) — FBI Director Christopher Wray visited the FBI’s Columbia Field Office today to celebrate the official opening of the new facility in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Director … more

Alex Murdaugh has a sentencing hearing set for Tuesday November 28, in Beaufort County after pleading guilty to financial offenses.  The families of victims are planning to confront Murdaugh in … more
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