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Road Closures in Colleton

Road Closures in Colleton

Colleton County Emergency Preparedness Agency is urging residents to find an alternate route and stay off of the following roads due to flooding and hazardous road conditions: The Following Roads…

Flooding damages roads and makes some impassable

Flooding damages roads and makes some impassable

Flooding has been occurring in many areas of Colleton County over the past several days, and the Edisto and Combahee Rivers within the county were at flood levels at press…

City Council officials sworn into office

City  Council officials sworn into office

Two new members of Walterboro City Council and two incumbents associated with the city government were sworn into office at the Tuesday, July 9, meeting. The new members then sat…

Council passes city budget

Council passes city budget

Walterboro City Council passed the municipality’s fiscal year 2013-14 budget on Tuesday, June 25, clearing a July 1 deadline and avoiding large tax hikes. The unanimously adopted budget includes a…

Library and DEW to Offer Connection Points for Community

Library and DEW to Offer Connection Points for Community

 The Colleton County Memorial Library has partnered with the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) to offer unemployment insurance service Connection Points to the community. The Connection Points,…

City Budget proposals pass first reading during special-call meeting

City Budget proposals pass first reading during special-call meeting

Walterboro City Manager Jeff Lord presented Council with a proposed $195,386 2013-14 Fiscal Budget during a Special-Call City Council Friday, June 14, and the measure passed first reading unanimously, with…

Beach voters to decide on water supply

Beach voters to decide on water supply

Edisto Beach residents will go to the polls Tuesday (June 25) to decide whether the town should purchase new water purification equipment. They will be voting on a referendum to…

Nails still taking a bite out of residents’ income

Nails still taking a bite out of residents’ income

More problems concerning vehicle tires being damaged by roofing nails on Iris Drive in Hyde Park have recently surfaced. On Sunday afternoon, over 200 nails were collected from the roadway.…

S.C. workforce partners unveil upgraded service delivery system

S.C. workforce partners unveil upgraded service delivery system

After receiving a report that the South Carolina Department and Workforce (DEW) was going to be closing down on June 10, a reporter from the Colletonian got in touch with…

City Budget passes first reading

City Budget passes first reading

After two meetings and a work session in between, Walterboro City Council passed the first reading on an amended version of the proposed 2013-14 Fiscal Budget Friday morning. The process…