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Registered sex offenders banned from places where children dwell

Registered sex offenders banned from places where children dwell

Colleton County Council members officially passed an ordinance that makes it against the law for registered sex offenders to enter “into any facility hosting an event for children (on property…

Man creates plaques, specializing in military insignias

Man creates plaques, specializing in military insignias

Jay Christian of Round O has been working with wood all of his life, but found his niche four years ago when he started to create plaques and sell them…

Inspirations in concert Jan. 5

Inspirations in concert Jan. 5

The Inspirations will be in concert on Saturday, Jan 5, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at Welch Creek Baptist Church. For more information please call 843-538-5289.  …

Scootin’ Boots

Scootin’ Boots

Dressed in their red shirts with the shining Christmas trees on front and black slacks and black shoes, the Lowcountry Scootin’ Boots shared their love of dance, favorite Christmas Carols,…

Friends of Colleton Habitat for Humanity

Friends of Colleton Habitat for Humanity

“It is hard to believe that in Colleton County, in 2012, there are families that are living in homes that have no electricity, and no water,” said Colleton Habitat For…

Sheriff honored for support of Youth League

Sheriff honored for support of Youth League

Colleton County Sheriff George Malone was honored Thursday, December 6 for his ardent support of the Colleton County Youth League during his eight-year tenure. During a ceremony at the Sheriff’s…

Native Americans perform at Colleton Museum

Native Americans perform at Colleton Museum

In celebration of the Smithsonian exhibit now on display at the Colleton Museum & Farmers Market, Keepers of the Word Drum performed on Tuesday, December 2, at the Colleton Museum…

Downtown merchants have a good financial season

Downtown merchants have a good financial season

A decision by some downtown merchants to stay open late on Thursday night and have merchandise sales turned out to be a financial windfall, of sorts. Cobia Burris, owner of…

Walterboro names Johnnie Thompson citizen of the year

Walterboro names Johnnie Thompson citizen of the year

The City of Walterboro, known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, has named Johnnie Thompson Walterboro’s 2012 Citizen of the Year. Thompson was honored during a presentation at…

Local ABATE Chapter raise funds to buy toys for children

Local ABATE Chapter raise funds to buy toys for children

The 11th Annual ACE Basin ABATE Christmas Toy Ride was held Saturday, and both toys and money were collected to help children who otherwise would not receive presents at Christmastime.…