American Legion Post 154 Completes Wounded Warrior Campaign

American Legion Post 154 Completes Wounded Warrior Campaign

American Legion Post 154, of Johnston, South Carolina, awarded certificates of appreciation to businesses that participated in their recent fund raising campaign in support of our “Wounded Warriors.”  Collectively the businesses have raised over $1,500 that will be distributed to wounded servicemen and women and their families to buy necessities used in their daily lives.  […]

Shamrock Run/Walk is March 15

Shamrock Run/Walk is March 15

So far, March 15 looks like a clear, green day. If you have not registered yet for the 11 a.m. walk/run, late registration is at Bi-Lo, Saturday, between 9 and 10:45 a.m. The fee is $20. If running is not your thing, come and enjoy the festivities on the square starting at 10:45 with our […]

Gaming House Raided in Trenton

Gaming House Raided in Trenton

The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office has released the details of a raid they conducted at a residence on Tanglewood Drive in Trenton, Thursday, Feb. 28.  According their report, the ECSO’s narcotic’s unit as well as their SWAT team, ECSO investigators, and the Trenton Police Department executed a search warrant on the address for an illegal […]

The Edgefield Mass Choir Celebrates

The Edgefield Mass Choir Celebrates

Saturday afternoon, the week Edgefield was rocked by an earthquake, the Edgefield Mass Choir rocked the Macedonia Church celebrating Black History Month and the First Anniversary of the Choir with an extraordinary engrossing gospel concert.  Reverend Johnny Clark who is the pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church opened up the program with prayer.  Former Johnston […]

Town Council Receives More Positive Economic News

Town Council Receives More Positive Economic News

New Pottery Studio Projected to Open in July At the regularly scheduled meeting of Edgefield Town Council for March Mrs. Beth Thornton announced that she and her husband George had purchased the Israel Mukashy building on the square and the old Super 10 building on Buncombe Street.  Plans for the Mukashy building include an up […]

Scouts Hold Pinewood Derby Race

Scouts Hold Pinewood Derby Race

The Scouts had a Pinewood Derby Race in Edgefield Tuesday March 4, 2014.  The Bear Den winners were 1st place William Bush-Jackson, 2nd place Jonah Corley and 3rd place Caleb Torgesen. The Tiger Den 1st place was Kottn Dukes.  They will go to the District race on Saturday March 15 to compete against other Scout […]

This Week!

Find it in the Print Edition of The Edgefield Advertiser.  Available at local convenience stores. • HOWLS  will make you howl as he describes the recent reception for the USC President – at “Edgefield Links.”  “Little Bitty Sausages” is only one thing he serves up for readers’ delight. • Mount Vintage News is not about […]

Introducing Herron and This Old Motorhome

Introducing Herron and This Old Motorhome

Story Published Serially in the Print Edition Billy Herron is the “new” author The Advertiser is introducing, his stories start this week.  He really isn’t new in that readers, both enjoyed a series of Steven’s Creek fishing expeditions along with biological studies of the mud cats in that creek last spring – all from his […]

Road-Salt Runoff Raises Concern for Streams, say Clemson Researchers

Road-Salt Runoff Raises Concern for Streams, say Clemson Researchers

CLEMSON, S.C. – Road-salt runoff has got to go somewhere. Clemson University environmental researchers raise concerns that the record amounts of salt crystals and brine used on icy roads this winter will wash into the freshwater and affect the food chain. Too much salt becomes an environmental stress and can be deadly to aquatic animals. […]

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