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Comments on Festival Dictum, “No Plants & Flowers”

Dear Editor: I am quite appalled at the comment in the news article [in The Edgefield Advertiser print edition by festival committee, pg. 6, 8/28] about the Heritage Festival where…

Public Invited to Edgefield County Alliance to Meeting

Dear Editor: The Edgefield County Alliance Board is inviting all those who have participated in the past or who are interested, to attend a meeting – Monday, September 16th 8:00 a.m.…

Teenage Boredom: An Extreme Remedy

Opinion – By  Dr. E. Mims Mobley – Five years ago, moved by an article and editorial in my local paper about a pregnancy pact among teenage girls in Gloucester,…

Concern Over Planned Wood Pellet Plant

Dear Editor: The continuing saga of the Enova Energy Group in the September issue of the Greenville newspaper published on Sept. 19, 2012: the Enova group announced that they were…

Edgefield County Council Chairman’s Update

August 15, 2013 I wanted to provide you with some information on two items of interest. Chairman’s Community Project Announced This year’s Chairman’s Community Fundraising Project is designed to bring…

Operation Christmas Child Seeking Back to School Supplies

Dear Editor: School supply shopping is a ritual for many heading back to school. Amid shopping sprees, kids and parents in the Central Savannah River Area are looking beyond their…

June 15 Ridge Peach Festival a Success!

The Trenton Community Development Association wants to thank the corporate and business sponsors for their very generous support.  Thank you to the many vendors and visitors who came to Trenton…

Edgefield County Council Chairman’s Update

July 30, 2013 In this issue of my Update, I wanted to focus on one item by providing some basic information on an important item County Council will discuss at…

Concern Over Rezoning

Dear Editor: In case you haven’t noticed when traveling between Johnston and Trenton on Hwy 121, across from the recycling plant, about 100 acres have been noted for rezoning from agricultural…

Officials Thanked for Help with Movie

Dear Editor: Kate Lowish, along with the entire Edgefield Community Development Association, would like to sincerely thank Chief Ronnie Carter and his associates and David Coleman and his staff for…