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By MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER For the Press and Standard COLUMBIA — The South Carolina Vulnerable Adult Guardian ad Litem Program (VAGAL SC), a division of the South Carolina Department on Aging, is … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor People began lining up in the cold and wet weather long before the start of the annual FFA Flower/Vegetable Plant Sale at Thunderbolt … more
For the Press and Standard The Honorable William “Bill” Hager, a state representative serving Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, and Jasper residents in House District 122, has been appointed to … more

STEVE STEINER Managing editor The Colleton Middle School track was the site of Family Field Day, which ran from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., April 1. Turnout was already extensive within the first half … more
For the Press and Standard Holley Durham, Community Development Manager with Relay for Life that works with the volunteers in Colleton County is looking for volunteers to work remotely with her … more
NORMA WEEKS For the Press and Standard P.E.P. club member Marlene Williamon, who lives in Charleston, collects Christmas cards all year to give to veterans at Christmas. In 2022, she collected … more

CURTIS LOFTIS For the Press and Standard Spring is the perfect occasion to take a look at your 529 growth and analyze any changes in your salary to see if you’re able to contribute more to … more
For the Press and Standard Colleton County has set aside tens of millions of dollars that will be funded through the penny sales tax that was passed November 2022. The sales tax covers a total … more
For the Press and Standard At 5:42 p.m., Sunday, April 9, two tractor trailers collided at the southbound 42 mile marker on Interstate 95, a site just north of a previous collision earlier Sunday … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Walterboro Fire-Rescue responded in force late Saturday afternoon to a fire in the 200 block of East Washington Street. Ladder 1, and … more

STEVE STEINER Managing Editor In 2022, only five people attended the Passover Seder at Temple Mount Sinai. This year that number doubled. I was one of those 10. For … more
For The Press and Standard The well-camouflaged nest was barely visible to the untrained eye – just a pair of speckled eggs in a sandy divot – but South Carolina Department of Natural … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor On Wednesday, March 29, military veterans who served in Vietnam were honored with a ceremony starting 10 a.m., held at Walterboro American Legion Post 93 and in … more
KATELYN BARWICKThis year’s Rice Festival Scholarship Pageant consisted of 47 contestants, who competed in 11 divisions.Before a crowd of parents, family members and friends, the following … more

MARY JO FOX On March 18, volunteers with Walterboro Elks Lodge #1988 gave back to the community, with purchases from the Walterboro Cash N’ Carry totaling approximately $4,000; this was made … more
DANA A. CHENEY The Great American Cleanup began as a litter clean up initiative design to aesthetically improve the Walterboro environment by creating cleaner parks, streetscapes, and public … more
STEVE STEINER Managing editor An informal gathering held Thursday, March 30 at First Baptist Church was set up by the organizers of Mission Serve of Walterboro, S.C., … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor This past Saturday, April 1, recognition and appreciation to sponsors and volunteers was expressed with a gala that took place at Dogwood Hills Country Club. … more

STEVE STEINER Managing Editor On March 31, Shiela Keaise marked her final day as the head children’s librarian at Colleton County Memorial Library. It was a day … more
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