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State artisans center

State artisans center

  By Heather Walters   The S.C. Artisans Center is getting an overdue facelift, thanks to the persistent efforts by a few local legislators. The Artisans Center, which is the…

Not too late to join Challenge

Not too late to join Challenge

  Special to The Colletonian   Since May 15, approximately 1.5 million minutes of physical activity have been logged in by thousands of families across the state as part of…

Haase seeking third term despite AG ruling

Haase seeking third term despite AG ruling

  By Heather Walters   Colleton County School Board member Paul Haase is confirming that he will again seek reelection to his seat in November, despite a recently-issued opinion from…

Walterboro queens head to Columbia

Walterboro queens head to Columbia

By Christie Slocum Walterboro Queens head to Columbia for the Miss South Carolina competition on June 21.  The contestants will spend the week in rehearsals and making appearances around Columbia…

Iconic Drive-In sign comes down

Iconic Drive-In sign comes down

  By Heather Walters   The decision that tore down a beloved Walterboro landmark came down from a local judicial ruling, but many are still in shock that such a…

New veterans park?

New veterans park?

  By Heather Walters   A group of Colleton County veterans are seeking approval from city and county leaders to honor the county’s war heroes by building a new park.…

City’s new parks director “impressed” with community

City’s new parks director “impressed” with community

By Heather Walters Walterboro has hired a new director its in-house parks department. Adam Davis officially began as the city’s new parks director on June 16th. He will be overseeing…

City to split police, fire departments

  By Heather Walters   Walterboro City Council took its first step last week toward disbanding its joint police-fire department, and will return to operating two separate departments. While rumors…

Sales tax project closer to November ballot

  By Heather Walters   Colleton County Council gave its second reading to an ordinance preparing a list of potential publicly-funded projects for the November ballot. Colleton residents will decide…

Congratulations, Aryeona Freeman

Congratulations, Aryeona Freeman

I would like to say, “Congratulations” to Aryeona Freeman for a job well done.” I am so proud of how well you did this year at SC School for the…