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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…

Flooding on Edisto River has many people displaced

Flooding on Edisto River has many people displaced

People living along the Edisto River in Colleton County have recently been plagued by flooding problems. Last week, many houses along Cannon Road, Cardinal Lane, Happiness Lane, and Huckleberry Hill…

Concerned citizens show support for Dogwood Hills

Concerned citizens show support for Dogwood Hills

William F. Steadman appeared before Walterboro City Council on Tuesday, August 20, in an effort to persuade members to try to make an effort to keep Dogwood Hills Golf Club…

Colleton uses huge library delivery system

Colleton uses huge library delivery system

Nineteen counties within South Carolina are currently participating in the SC LENDS (South Carolina Library Evergreen Network Delivery System) program, one of which is Colleton Memorial Library. SC LENDS is…

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…

Stores evacuated due to bomb threat Friday night

Stores evacuated due to bomb threat Friday night

  About eight Lil Caesar’s Pizza, employees ran for cover Friday night when an unknown person called the store and said a bomb would go off “in five seconds.” Store…

Loop Project to begin

Loop Project to begin

In the City Council meeting Tuesday night, Walterboro City Council voted unanimously to begin the design of its long-awaited Loop Project, which will beautify the city from one exit of…

It’s official- City Council accepted City Manager’s resignation

It’s official- City Council accepted City Manager’s resignation

In a quiet 4-2 vote, Walterboro City Council accepted city Manager Jeff Lord’s resignation. Lord resigned abruptly on Friday, stating he would stay with the City through Aug. 30th. His…

Special election to be held to fill City Council seat

Special election to be held to fill City Council seat

The City of Walterboro will hold a special election to fill the rest of former City Councilman Randy Peters’ term of office, which will expire in June of 2015. Peters…