Edgefield United Methodists gathered for the special ground-breaking event on Buncombe Street last Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7. This group was attentive to the remarks brought by their minister Rev. Barry Cannon, to the right in this photo.
Dep. Chuck Nail with the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office has been selected as Fox Creek High School’s new School Resource Officer (SRO). Dep. Nail, a 2 year veteran of the sheriff’s office, previously served 31 years with the U.S. Park Police in Washington, D.C., where, he jokingly said, he spent his time “riding a horse […]
The Cardiovascular Technology program at Piedmont Technical College recently received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), becoming the only associate degree cardiovascular technology program accredited in the state. “The accreditation is a testament to the quality of the Cardiovascular Technology program at Piedmont Technical College,” said Jerry Alewine, dean […]
Johnston Farmer’s & Artist’s Market every Thursday, from 4 – 6 p.m. in front of the Library/Warehouse on Calhoun Street. Edgefield Farmers Arts and Crafts Market: On the Town Square every Sat. through first Sat. in Sept. 9:00 a.m.-1:00.For more info call Carolyn Piekielniak @ 637-6861 or 803-507-0278. Heritage Jubilee Pageant: Edgefield Heritage Festival beauty pageant […]
The public is cordially invited to the Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society meeting on Sunday, September 8, 2013 at 3:00 p. m. in the Lynch Building Annex of the Tompkins Library, Edgefield, SC. Mr. Tim Lord will take you on a journey through time and events that led Colonial America to break its ties with […]
Miriam Winn celebrated a birthday at her residence at Forest View Manor on Augusta 15. She is pictured with her family here: they are Miriam Winn (seated), daughters Janice Riley and Gaye Holmes, and great grandchildren Alex and Anslee Riley.
Visitors from the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor Group, Region, 2 were recent guests at the Biddle Hall Museum on Bettis Academy campus in Trenton. The group spent a part of their day viewing and discussing artifacts n the museum and surrounding areas on campus. To learn more about the rich history of Bettis Academy contact […]
Hull Barrett, PC is pleased to announce that T. Paul Timmerman has joined the firm as an associate. Mr. Timmerman has a diverse civil litigation practice that focuses on commercial litigation, personal injury claims, medical malpractice defense, construction litigation, and general business claims. His prior experience in both private practice and the local prosecutor’s office […]
After having had to share a School Resource Officer with JET Middle School this past school year, Merriwether Middle School will this term get their own SRO. Edgefield County Sheriff’s Deputy Angela Cloyd has been chosen to fill this new position. “I’m just excited,” Deputy Cloyd told The Advertiser regarding her new title. Dep. Cloyd […]
Johnston Farmer’s & Artist’s Market every Thursday, from 4 – 6 p.m. in front of the Library/Warehouse on Calhoun Street. Edgefield Farmers Arts and Crafts Market: On the Town Square every Sat. through first Sat. in Sept. 9:00 a.m.-1:00.For more info call Carolyn Piekielniak @ 637-6861 or 803-507-0278. Want to be a Boy Scout? Come to […]