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Aiken County Suspect Wanted in Edgefield County

Aiken County Suspect Wanted in Edgefield County

The Aiken County Sheriff’s Office announced this week that it uncovered a theft ring involving stolen golf carts and ATVs.  At press time, one man had been arrested in this…

SCDHEC to Offer Free Tdap (whooping cough) Vaccinations

SCDHEC to Offer Free Tdap (whooping cough) Vaccinations

Shot is a new requirement for 7th graders to attend school this year COLUMBIA, S.C. – In an effort to assist parents in meeting new school requirements, the S.C. Department…

Fireflies Glowing in S.C.; Conservation Needed

Fireflies Glowing in S.C.; Conservation Needed

GEORGETOWN, S.C. – Results from the 2013 firefly count are in. There’s a steady glow in many parts of the state, but conservation efforts are needed, say Clemson firefly project…

STHS Ag Students Attend Commissioner’s School of Agriculture

STHS Ag Students Attend Commissioner’s School of Agriculture

Karson Barrett and Brittany Hutchins, seniors at Strom Thurmond Career Center, were recently selected by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture and Clemson University to attend the 2013 South Carolina…

Trailer Theft from Driveway

Trailer Theft from Driveway

A trailer was reported stolen from a driveway on Col. Shaw’s Way, Friday, July 26.  According to the incident report filed by the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office, the owner of…

Rails to Trails Update

Rails to Trails Update

A public hearing to discuss the Rails to Trails project was held Tues., July 16.  This meeting was part of criteria that must be met by the Town of Edgefield…

Car Chase Through Town Leads to Charges

Car Chase Through Town Leads to Charges

A car chase that started on Bacon Street in Edgefield and ended at the apartment complex on Woodland Ave., Sat., July 27, has led to multiple charges against a Trenton…

Art That Roars: Afro-Carolinian Face Jugs » The Epoch Times

Art That Roars: Afro-Carolinian Face Jugs » The Epoch Times

“White clay eyes and teeth, set against the glaze, make the finest Afro-Carolinian face vessels appear to roar where works three times their size merely whisper.” Robert Farris Thompson could…

Burton Center Foundation Names New Members to Board

Dr. Brad Christie, Acting President of Erskine College, has a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College and a master’s degree from the University of Virginia.  He received his doctorate degree from Duke University…

George Thornton Named to PTC Foundation Board

George Thornton Named to PTC Foundation Board

The Piedmont Technical College Foundation has named George Thornton of Edgefield as a new board member for the coming year. Thornton is the CEO of the National Wild Turkey Federation…