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BY HEATHER RUPPE The Colleton County School District held a community town hall meeting on Monday night to give information to the community on school district projects and events, particularly … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com In 1939, World War II began. The country started scrambling to update and expand airfields, knowing that air power would be vital to the protection and … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Clarence Wiggins was recently inducted into the Beaufort District Sons of Allen Hall of Fame for 2021. A Colleton resident, Wiggins was inducted during … more

On January 19, 2022, the Walterboro Rotary Club made a $3,400.00 donation to Alzheimer's research. The donation was accepted by Rod Funderburk, ambassador for the CART fund. CART, an acronym for … more
This summer, SCDNR’s Marine Resources Division and ACE Basin NERR is hosting a coastal conservation summer internship program. The internship will be a full-time paid position with housing … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com The Colleton County Memorial Library is starting new adult programming in addition to its programs that focus on children and teenage reading plans. … more
The Clemson Extension Service of Colleton County is holding its annual Fruit and Ornamental Tree sale fundraiser. Proceeds from the sale will benefit Clemson Extension and4-H programs in Colleton … more

By CINDY CROSBY Cindyc4@yahoo.com Walterboro Unity Lodge No. 55 presented a $500 donation toward the mission and purpose of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls on Saturday, January … more
By HEATHER RUPPE It's that time of year again: the time to sign up for the 2022 4-H Poultry Project. It may be cool now, but Spring will be here before you know it, and the days will get warmer. … more
By HEATHER RUPPE The Colleton County Sheriff's Office is hosting a spaghetti benefit luncheon to help one of its own in a fight against cancer. Sgt. Christy Worley is a deputy with the … more
On January 15th, Smoaks Baptist Church and Emmanuel Community Church hosted their 10th annual Wildlife Dinner with wild game on the menu. More than 100 sportsmen and guests enjoyed hog, bear, elk, … more

By HEATHER RUPPE A longstanding board member for Colleton Medical Center has been awarded the Silver Crescent by the hospital that he has served so many years. On January 24th, the Colleton … more
By HEATHER RUPPE The Colleton County Sheriff's Office is in the midst of a severe staffing shortage that has been an ongoing concern. The county's largest law enforcement agency is looking to … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Comparing crime statistics for all of Colleton County from 2020 to last year, in 2021, shows an increase in the number of violent crimes that occurred in the … more
By HEATHER RUPPE The Town of Williams is looking to fill several seats in its leadership cabinet, incluindg a new mayor and four town council members. The at-large election means that anyone … more

By HEATHER RUPPE Recent sightings of wild coyotes wandering through some of Walterboro’s more suburban, busy neighborhoods are circulating through the community, and wildlife officials with the … more
By VICKI BROWN Scams are becoming more and more creative and innovative. Patrice Johnson, her husband and grandmother were recent victims of such a scam. As self-described educated and … more
By VICKI BROWN Local Colleton residents James and Willie Rabb are proud of their grandsons. The Robinson twins are Tusculum football siblings who have earned Academic All-District laurels. … more
By STEPHANIE GRUBER, USC Dr. Brandon J. Wright has been named interim assistant dean of student success for the University of South Carolina Salkehatchie. Wright, who is passionate about … more

By HEATHER RUPPE A historic downtown Walterboro home is being renovated to its former glory and is soon going to be put onto the real estate market. The house, located at 919 Wichman Street, … more
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