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PRESS RELEASE. USC Salkehatchie Assistant professor of History David W. Dangerfield presented a lecture to the Rebecca Motte Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Old Exchange … more
By VICKI BROWN In recent meetings of Walterboro City Council and Colleton County Council, council members from both bodies declared the month of April as Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Awareness … more
By VICKI BROWN Cottageville Elementary School held a 5K Eagle Run on Saturday, April 9. The school has promoted healthy life choices for the past several years. Sponsoring a running club is just … more

PRESS RELEASE. In response to the first two varicella (chicken pox) outbreaks in South Carolina since 2020, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is urging parents … more
By VICKI BROWN Mandatory radio upgrades are planned for city agencies soon before they become obsolete. Police Chief Wade Marvin and Fire Chief Paul Seigler advised Walterboro City Council at a … more
PRESS RELEASE. Colleton Medical Center is pleased to announce the promotion of Mrs. Alison Jirel to Director of Surgical Services. Jirel has been a valued member of the Colleton Medical Center … more
By VICKI BROWN Colleton resident Gunnery Sergeant Travis J. “TJ” Godley was recently honored in a ceremony as he retired from the United States Marine Corps. The retirement ceremony was … more

PRESS RELEASE. SouthernCarolina Alliance is pleased to announce that Graci Hiers has joined the team as Regional Beautification Marketing Coordinator. Hiers is a resident of Colleton County and a … more
As a promotion for the Press and Standard, Richard Smith was the winner of the “Win a Bible” drawing. The drawing was held on April 14. more
By VICKI BROWN The annual Rice Run/Walk 5K course has been measured and is ready for the scheduled race on April 30th at 8:00 a.m. in Walterboro. Measured for certification by Mike Chodnicki of … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A 21-year-old Colleton man has died in a fatal weekend car crash after his vehicle went about 12 feet into the air and struck trees. Montrel Jones, 21, of Walterboro, died at … more

By HEATHER RUPPE The State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) has made arrests in the recent April Fool’s Day shooting that left multiple Colleton County people injured. The incident occurred … more
EGGS AND BEES. Bee City sponsored an egg hunt for all ages throughout the day on Saturday. Children hunted for eggs, won prizes and were able to visit with the Easter Bunny.HOPPING ALONG. Petting … more
A GREEN POND EASTER. GP H.O.P.E., a community revitalization and promotion group, partnered with Kouture Kreations to host the annual Green Pond Easter Egg Hunt. Other sponsors include Crissy … more
PRESS RELEASE. Ryan McLeod has been named the new Assistant City Manager for the City of Walterboro. McLeod has served as the city’s parks director since 2018 and most recently as acting planning … more

By VICKI BROWN The Colleton County Citadel Club is sponsoring an Ivanhoe Creek Duck Race and BBQ Cook Off as a scholarship fundraiser. Kicking off the Rice Festival on Friday, April 29, The … more
By HEATHER RUPPE The Edisto River is flooding her banks, as water levels have already surpassed the flood stage and are quickly reaching the 12-foot “moderate” flood range. The Edisto … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A budding Colleton artist has designed a massive new art project that is grasping people’s attention throughout Walterboro. Luke Mixson is 14 years old and is a free-hand … more
By VICKI BROWN To help fight Colleton’s ever-present litter problem, the county is partnering with a litter control program and the S.C. Department of Transportation (DOT) called Spring Spruce … more

PRESS RELEASE. The Colleton Museum & Farmers Market IS proud to present, South Carolina: The Food We Celebrate, opening April 5, 2022. Developed by the South Carolina State Museum and South Carolina … more
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