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PRESS RELEASE. The Band of Blue has been very active in recent weeks, sending eight juniors and seniors to a scholarship fair and to a band clinic – all before taking a trip to Orlando Studios. … more
Members of the North Lemacks community in Walterboro hosted a birthday parade for U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Charles D. Moultrie, who turned 81 years old in early February. more
Winner of The Press and Standard Love Song Connection drawing. more

Boy Scout Troop 646 did more than their fair share on Saturday when they worked to clean up Hendersonville Highway by removing 111 bags of trash. Pictured from left to right are Viktor Abols, … more
By HEATHER RUPPE It looks as if Williams’ current mayor will be reinstated to office in the coming election, as he is the only person who has officially filed to run for the mayoral role. … more
By VICKI BROWN The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry (CML) sent their mobile museum to Forest Hills Elementary School on February 16. The trailer contained the Pop Up Tinker Shop and Brown … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Two more Colleton experienced an overdose during the recent weekend, and one of those residents has died from taking too much heroin. One of these recent overdosing incidents … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Two Lodge residents are vying to fill an open seat on Lodge Town Council. Ricky Bo Ryan and Mac McLendon have both filed to run in the upcoming March 1st Town of Lodge … more
By Vicki Brown On 375 Smiley Road in the small community of Ruffin, a historical marker stands near a little white wooden building with red trim. The marker was unveiled on February 19. This … more
By HEATHER RUPPE The annual Colleton County Relay For Life event is now underway, with businesses and residents already fundraising to reach the communitywide goal of raising $50,000 this year. … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Colleton County Animal Services removed 49 cats from a local residence last week after being notified that the owner of the residence had been experiencing poor health and was … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Colleton County School District leaders are saying a technical glitch has forced them to stop using a recent public survey that takes public input on which school calendar option … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A Walterboro woman was saved from a house fire after her alarm company notified local authorities that smoke was filling the residence. Colleton County 911-emergency … more
By VICKI BROWN Prior to wearing a mask for COVID-19 safety protocols, Kim Hampleton’s dimples and huge smile were a staple at the McDonald’s in Walterboro, as she would welcome people into the … more
By VICKI BROWN Firefighters and anyone with a driver’s license have a lot to be thankful for. Firefighters have gas and oxygen masks and drivers have traffic lights, and it is all thanks to an … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Mike Bascom is a man who has been working in the Colleton County community for more than a decade, helping those in need and setting an example for other people in his field. … more
The Business of the month for January is Essenza, located at 246 East Washington Street. The Keep Walterboro Beautiful Committee chose this business. more
The Keep Walterboro Beautiful Committee has selected 515 Center Street as the Yard of the Month. Dana Cheney is Chairman of Keep Walterboro Beautiful for the City of Walterboro. more
The Civitan Club honors the memory of the Four Chaplains who went down with their ship in WWII. Walterboro Mayor Pro Tem Paul Seigle reads a proclamation honoring Colleton’s clergy and in … more

JULIA FERRELL. Winner of The Press and Standard Valentine Basket drawing. more
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