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Johnston Peach Blossom Festival On Tap for May 2-3

Johnston Peach Blossom Festival On Tap for May 2-3

Grand Marshals: Ice Storm Workers This coming weekend, the Johnston, SC, Peach Blossom Festival will showcase great entertainment, arts and crafts, food concessions, a parade, rides for children, and a…

Moped Blaze in Church Parking Lot

Moped Blaze in Church Parking Lot

The usually quiet 300 block of Norris Street in Edgefield saw some excitement Saturday, April 26, 2014. Just before 6:00 PM, an abandoned moped caught fire in the parking lot across from…

Merriwether Elementary Celebrates Earth Day

Merriwether Elementary Celebrates Earth Day

Merriwether Elementary School’s 4th grade students honored Earth Day on Tuesday, April 22. Students began by using their artistic skills to make paintings of the Earth. Students also wrote promises…

Wild Winter Weather Hurts Early Peaches

Wild Winter Weather Hurts Early Peaches

Should See “Good Volume” From July On – By Tiffani Ireland – March 26, 2014, will be a day peach growers in Edgefield County and the Ridge area will not soon…

Alice Denham to Read from Newest Book

Alice Denham to Read from Newest Book

Secrets of San Miguel Published in 2013 Alice Denham is making a journey to Edgefield on May 10 – it is not her first, and we hope not her last! …

Entertainment at Johnston Peach Blossom Festival

Entertainment at Johnston Peach Blossom Festival

The Johnston, S.C., Peach Blossom Festival entertainment for the day is now set, with a variety of performers headlining the May 3 event. The day’s entertainment begins at 10 a.m.…

Betty J. Price Collins

EDGEFIELD, S. C. – Mrs. Betty J. Price Collins, of Walker Road, entered into rest April 24, 2014 at University Hospital. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Monday, April…

Jimmy W. Higgenbottom

JOHNSTON, S.C. – Mr. Jimmy W. Higgenbottom, 71, of Berry Farm Rd., husband of Donna Carroll Higgenbottom, died Thursday April 24, 2014 at GRU Medical Center. Graveside Services will be…

Adopting a “Lost” Fawn is Illegal and Likely Not Abandoned

Adopting a “Lost” Fawn is Illegal and Likely Not Abandoned

If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby. Removing a…

Wood Chipper Plant Closer to Reality

Wood Chipper Plant Closer to Reality

DHEC Holds Public Hearing – By Tiffani Ireland – The heretofore controversial wood chipper plant is a one step closer to becoming a reality in Edgefield County as the Department…