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By Scott Grooms The filing deadline for the Walterboro City Council Election was August 25, 2023. The candidates filing for the November 7, 2023 election are new comer Tameka Allen, Incumbent Judy … more
By: Scott Grooms Rita Pangalangan, and her boyfriend, Larry E. King Jr., are both charged with murder with malice and aforethought for the for the murder of 13-year-old Cristina … more
By: Scott Grooms Disbarred attorney and convicted killer Alex Murdaugh has requested a ‘Change of Plea’ meaning he will plead guilty to his federal financial charges. The court has scheduled … more

Press Release On August 15th 2023, at approximately 10:45 PM, officers with Walterboro Police Department were dispatched to 104 Robertson Blvd. (Barrel House Grille) in reference to a female … more
For The Press and Standard On August 14th, Fringe Style Co. held a Barbie makeover competition complete with a convertible in front of the shop. Congratulations to the winners Rock Star Barbie … more
By: Scott Grooms Cory Fleming was sentenced in federal court Tuesday, August 16, to 46 months in prison. Judge Richard Gergel also sentenced him to pay $102,000 in restitution and a fine of … more
Provided by Vasilia Hamilton Amongst family and friends Mrs. Edith Adams celebrated her 90th birthday with style and grace. Family and friends joined Springtown resident Mrs. Edith Salley Adams … more

Press Release A thunderstorm that occurred over northern Colleton County on Wednesday night produced significant flooding along Ireland Creek on Thursday and Friday last week.  Colleton County … more
Press Release NASHVILLE, TN – The American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) recognizes Cook Design Studio, Inc. of Walterboro, South Carolina for design excellence with multiple awards during … more
D. Erickson The Walterboro City Council held its regular meeting Tuesday, August 1 at City Hall. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Bill Young who also gave the invocation. The Pledge of … more
Scott Grooms The Walterboro-Colleton County Airport Commission met on August 9 at the Lowcountry Regional Airport. During that meeting, a presentation from the Hiram E. Mann Chapter of the … more

Press Release Colleton County Council Vice Chairman Phillip M. Taylor Sr. was elected this month to serve as President of the South Carolina Coalition of Black County Officials (SCCOBCO) Board of … more
By Scott Grooms The August 10 meeting of the Walterboro Civitan Club took place at Dukes Barbecue. The meeting was called to order by the ringing of the bell. After recitation of the Civitan … more
By: D. Erickson Photos: Yemassee Police Department Facebook The Yemassee Police Department hosted its National Night Out Tuesday, August 1. The community was invited to bring their families to … more
By Veronica Clayton Swinson The Eddie & Amanda Clayton Family United in Walterboro for their 13th Family Reunion with an unprecedented turnout of about 275 family members. We are … more

By Scott Grooms Xi Omega Omega of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority at held its first Greek Fest on Saturday August 12th. The Colleton County Middle School track was host to all Divine 9 Greeks. The … more
By: D. Erickson Source: Michael DeWitt/Nick Neville Alex Murdaugh is once again in the headlines. This time the news centers around his family’s housekeeper, Gloria Satterfield, her death, … more
Press Release Columbia, SC - With heavy hearts, the South Carolina Legislative Black Caucus (SCLBC) announces the passing of State Senator John L. Scott, Jr. Senator Scott’s enduring legacy of … more
By D. Erickson After closing for renovations, The Loop convenience store at the intersection of Highway 15 and Academy Road, has re-opened as Coast. Bearing a new name and some small changes, … more

By Jason Fremstad, Senior Vice President of Supplier Development, Sourcing Walmart began accepting applications for its tenth annual Open Call event, inviting small business owners and … more
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