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By Rep. Robby Robbins I always enjoy it when local folks come to the State House. And last week was no exception. It was great to host Colleton County school board members Sharon Witkin and Lynn … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor The status of a proposed taxiway reconfiguration dominated the April 13 Airport Commission meeting. According to Lowcountry Regional Airport engineer Andy Busbee, … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Keep Walterboro Beautiful was this past Friday, April 21. The program started in 2018 and is part of the national Keep America Beautiful project. Both are tied … more

For the Press and Standard At the April 18 --- and again, at the April 24 --- Colleton County School District school board meetings, the topic of re-arranging grade placement arose. In earlier … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Volunteering in the community while also being active in high school activities is second nature to Mary Banks. A senior at Colleton County High School, she was … more
For the Press and Standard A rape kit conducted on Stephen Smith in 2015 after he was found in the middle of the road was previously reported as “unaccounted for,” according to various media … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Food Lion held a ribbon cutting April 19 to officially celebrate its total remodeling. According to General Manager Chuck Ash, it was February 2021 when Food … more

STEVE STEINER Managing editor Sexual assault survivors were joined by several advocacy groups, and government and law enforcement agencies on April 18. The event was “Take Back the Night,” … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor The weather worked in favor of the Natchez-Kusso Tribe’s 46th Annual Edisto Natchez-Kusso Tribe POWWOW, which ran April 21-22 in Ridgeville at the Dorchester … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Anyone with aspirations of being in a movie had the opportunity last weekend. The film is a documentary about Zeke Wilson, a retired professional boxer and … more
For the Press and Standard From superstars to influential figures, South Carolina is home to many recognizable and influential people. Some have lived in the area for years while others may have … more

STEVE STEINER Managing Editor City Manager Jeff Molinari presented city council members five priorities regarding the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) at the April 4 agenda meeting. … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor If you have any old or unused prescription medicines and you don’t know how to safely dispose of these, National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is from 10 … more
For the Press and Standard The public is invited to the inaugural North Charleston Blue Crab Festival taking place 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, April 22., at the Jenkins Youth & Family Village. … more
For the Press and Standard On Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Marine Resources Center will be hosting an open house as part of its 50th … more

For the Press and Standard The Colonel Joseph Glover Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) met March 18 at the Colleton County Memorial Library to honor Hannah Bunton and … more
For the Press and Standard ALLENDALE --- USC Salkehatchie will recognize the achievements of the class of 2023 at its spring commencement on April 28 at 10:30 a.m. on the Allendale campus. … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor The last thing Adam Spooner ever expected was to be honored for having rescued a dog from a burning house fire on April 10. Having saved the dog’s life was … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Mark down next Tuesday , April 25, as the 48th Annual Rice Festival kicks off with its traditional Taste of Walterboro, which starts 6 p.m., at the Walterboro … more

For the Press and Standard At 10:37 p.m., April 12, Fire-Rescue and Walterboro Police Department units responded to a residence in the 300 block of Chaplin Street in which an adult male was … more
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