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This week’s Spotlight is on Lance Calcutt, son of Doctors Drew and Vonda Calcutt. Born and raised in Walterboro along with his sister Samantha, Calcutt attended Colleton County High School and … more
The Lowcountry African American Cultural Arts Festival presented “An Afrocentric American Cultural Arts Festival at the Colleton Civic Center. The Stage came alive on February 17 at 6pm. The show … more
In the February 1, 2024 article regarding Cadet Max Rosenberg of The Citadel an incorrect photo was submitted. Cadet Rosenberg achieved the Dean’s List at The Citadel for his academic achievements … more

The Colleton County Arts Council held its Masquerade Ball Saturday, February 10th at the Wildlife Center. The beautifully set ballroom held a dance floor, VIP tables and a wonderful display of food … more
Another great “Son” of Colleton County, The Reverend Dr. John Harold Gillison and youngest of eight siblings, was born October 26, 1938 in Hendersonville, South Carolina to Reverend George … more
The Legacy of Molly Graham continues highlighting her great granddaughter Bertha Lee Bryant-Givens. She was the daughter of Jake and Rebecca Bryant. Reverend Bertha L. Bryant-Givens was the second of … more
Chris Peterson, a Cottageville resident and local business owner returned to his hometown to celebrate a milestone in his aviation career, 30 years of flying! Walk in the Walterboro Airport any given … more

Heavy rains brought flooding to streets across the area on February 12th and 13th. The 5.6” of rainfall led to several road closures and warning signs on roads and parking lots. There was … more
As the first in the nation’s Democratic primary fast approaches, President Biden reminds us that we are seeing results with “record economic growth and the lowest inflation rate of any major … more
A Summerville woman was killed, and two others injured, in a two vehicle head-on collision on Cottageville Hwy. (US Hwy 17-A) east of the Town of Cottageville Tuesday evening February 6. 9-1-1 … more

Special referee Walter Tollison on Monday filed an order with how Murdaugh’s remaining $1.8 million in funds will be disbursed. After unsuccessful attempts at mediation the decision was handed … more
Earlier this month the South Carolina State Senate passed a bill that would allow South Carolina gun owners to carry their firearm publicly without a concealed weapons permit and would also provide … more
This week’s spotlight is on McGill, a Whiteface Capuchin Monkey. McGill is roughly seven years old and came to Bee City as a rescue. A native of Central and South America, he is one of the most … more
We are thrilled to share a major milestone in our ministry’s journey! After running our men’s transitional house for the past 13 months, we’ve recognized the urgent need for a safe living … more

The January program for the P.E.P (People Enjoying People) Club was postponed until another date, but club member Dolce Ann Cone saved the day by presenting a program of making clothes pin dolls. She … more
I grew up in a small community here in Colleton County. Two things I remember about our community, and that is the men and women were very giving, and they looked out for each other’s family. For … more
As we continue to tell the story about Molly Graham, a former slave, we highlight Jake Bryant Sr. Who was Molly Graham’s grandson. He was Frank and Sally (Molly’s daughter) Bryant’s son. Jake … more
The American Legion Post 93 Walterboro has elected a new commander. Jeffrey F. Jones was elected after the passing of Captain John Wallace who served as Post 93 commander for (insert time … more

The Colleton County Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Edisto Home Care and Hospice, a compassionate provider of holistic care dedicated to addressing the mind, body, and … more
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