Augusta Chronicle / Augusta Sports Council All Area Football Banquet

Augusta Chronicle / Augusta Sports Council All Area Football Banquet

The annual Augusta Chronicle/Augusta Sports Council All Area Football Banquet was held January 14th at The Legends Club in Augusta. Strom Thurmond Head Football Coach Hillary and Assistant Coach Johnson attended with their All Area Players Lawson Reel, DeAndre Ryan and Chad Gilchrist. All three of the Thurmond athletes were recognized for their outstanding performance […]

Trenton Approves Nuisance Ordinance

Trenton Town Council was asked to consider passing a nuisance ordinance at their first monthly meeting of 2016 held Wednesday, Jan. 13. Town Administrator Roger LeDuc presented to Council an ordinance that is modeled after Edgefield County’s nuisance ordinance but that has been modified somewhat to accommodate the town. The ordinance will address such matters […]

County Council Holds Special Called Meeting Regarding ECH

Edgefield County Council held a special called meeting, Thursday, Jan. 14, to, among other things, approve the second reading of an ordinance authorizing the purchase of a general obligation bond for Edgefield County Hospital. The matter was first presented to Council at their Jan. monthly meeting, Jan. 5, 2016. At that time, ECH board member […]

New Restaurant Coming to Downtown Edgefield

Randy Stamm, owner of Prime Steak House in Aiken, is bringing a new restaurant to downtown Edgefield. The new eatery will be taking up residence in the building that formerly housed Mercy Me! across from Chef Bob’s. Speaking to The Advertiser, Friday, Jan. 15, Stamm said that Nonna’s Italian Kitchen will be a “moderately priced” […]

Palmetto Shooting Complex Event Draws Record Crowd

Palmetto Shooting Complex Event Draws Record Crowd

More than 550 youth shooters descended upon the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Palmetto Shooting Complex and the town of Edgefield for the South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation sporting clays event. With additional visitors numbering more 1,000, this marked the largest participation and crowd ever to attend an event at the 300-acre shooting facility. These young […]

Johnston Peach Blossom Festival Accepting Applications

Johnston Peach Blossom Festival Accepting Applications

The Johnston Peach Blossom Festival is now taking applications for individuals, organizations and businesses interested in being a part of the historic 33rd annual event. The Festival will be held May 7, 2016, in Johnston, known as the Peach Capital of the World. Last year, thousands of patrons descended on Johnston to enjoy the day […]

Clemson offers online classes in raising fruits, vegetables, livestock and bees

Jonathan Veit, College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences January 12, 2016 The online workshop will teach how to grow vegetables for personal consumption or sale. CLEMSON — Clemson Cooperative Extension will offer a six-week online course for people interested in learning how to grow fruits and vegetables, and raise livestock and honeybees. The best […]

Mount Canaan to Honor Pastor of 37 Years

Mount Canaan to Honor Pastor of 37 Years

Mount Canaan Baptist Church will dedicate Sunday morning’s worship. January 24, 2016, to its pastor, Rev. George L. Brightharp. The special service is designed to show appreciation, love, thanks and respect for one who has worked tirelessly and unselfishly for 37 years to lead his congregants and others in the community in paths to honorable, […]

County Council: Campbell Again Chairman of Council Hospital Asks for Gen. Obligation Bond

Campbell Again Chairman of Council Hospital Asks for Gen. Obligation Bond Dean Campbell was again elected to fill the Chairman position of Edgefield County Council at the group’s regular monthly meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 5. Genia Blackwell, who served as Chairwoman this past year but had previously served under Campbell as Vice-Chair, was again voted to […]

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