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Local Farm Trades Its Pumpkins for the Glass Slipper

Local Farm Trades Its Pumpkins for the Glass Slipper

Saturday evening’s breeze through the oaks at Live Oak Farms made sheets of hanging almond toile and white lights sway, giving a picturesque contrast to the horses that strolled by…

Food & Hugs Flow at Saturday’s “Feed The Elderly” Event

Food & Hugs Flow at Saturday’s “Feed The Elderly” Event

Dora Bryan smiles discreetly as she pulls her coral plastic basket of goodies to her, and then she carefully rummages through it. “I can use all of this,” she says,…

Tearful mom makes plea for school district to change its policy

The Cottageville mother who tearfully told the Colleton County School Board last Tuesday night about being told her child is overweight is now speaking out … and so is the…

School Board confronted by angry parents

School Board confronted by angry parents

Angry parents sound off about school uniforms, bus schedules Dozens of people filled the tiny cafeteria and hallway at Colleton’s Annex Building last Tuesday, each demanding to be heard concerning…

The Little Mermaid presented by Colleton Children’s Theater

The Little Mermaid presented by Colleton Children’s Theater

Like most little girls, Jordan Slocum and Becca Martin giggle when they talk about their dream of being a mermaid like “Ariel,” the red-haired and beloved character in Disney’s “The…

Large pool of candidates running for city council seat

Large pool of candidates running for city council seat

A large pool of six people are officially vying for the Walterboro City Council seat, which was made vacant by the untimely death of former city Councilman Randy Peters. Those…

City of Walterboro Finance Director retires

City of Walterboro Finance Director retires

Walterboro Finance Director Bill Floyd says he’s been through enough change in his life, so – with the recent resignation of City Manager Jeff Lord – it seems like a…

Fields Flooded, Pockets Dry -Farmers fight more rain and hope for federal aid

Fields Flooded, Pockets Dry -Farmers fight more rain and hope for federal aid

Jerry Breland’s hat comes down low when he looks down over his fields. What used to be acres filled with produce and potential profit is now stagnant fields of water…

Helicopters assist with golf cart accident at Edisto

Three people were injured in a golf cart accident at Edisto Beach Friday night. All three were separately flown to Charleston-area hospitals. The accident occurred on Myrtle Street when a…

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