Due to inclement weather, the Edgefield County government offices will be closed Thursday, February 13. If there are any other alterations to the County schedule, it will be posted it on the county website at www.edgefieldcounty.sc.gov.
The National Weather Service in Columbia has issued a Winter Storm Warning… Expires 12:00 PM EST on February 13, 2014 Statement as of 2:31 PM EST on February 12, 2014 … Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until noon EST Thursday… * locations… midlands of South Carolina and the central Savannah River area of Georgia. […]
Mayor Livingston, joined by the City Clerk, members of the Public Works Department and Town Council accepts the keys to the new trash truck that was delivered last week.
Because of the prediction of inclement weather the Edgefield Camellia Tea scheduled for Thursday, February 13th, 2014 has been cancelled. We hope that next year will produce lovely camellia blooms and better weather.
More changes may yet be coming to the store fronts in downtown Edgefield as The Advertiser received word Thursday, Feb. 6, that the “Purple Fence” (building) has been sold. This came to The Advertiser as “exciting news” from Purple Fence owner Pamela Moore, and the possibilities that may accompany new owners certainly do hold excitement. […]
An Edgefield County man discovered a vehicle in a pond while fishing at a location off Hwy 25 South near Urban Outfitters on Sunday, Feb. 9. According to an Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office report, the man contacted the ECSO after he noticed the vehicle submerged in the water during his fishing trip. A 1999 GMC […]
An Edgefield County man was killed Sunday night, February 9, after a two county car chase that began in Aiken County ended in Edgefield County. The chase began near the Wal-Mart in North Augusta when North Augusta Public Safety attempted to stop a burgundy Chrysler driven by Ernest Satterwhite, 68, of Edgefield County. Instead of […]
Dr. Clarence Bagshaw of the Edgefield Veterinary Clinic grew up on the beaches of Connecticut and Rhode Island, spear fishing, scuba diving, and catching turtles, outside exploring the animal world around him. His interests led him to attain his degree in Biology at Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Connecticut, where he was pre-med, then his Masters […]
Quilt Exhibit in February The Aiken Visitors Center and Train Museum (406 Park Avenue, SE), in partnership with the Center for African American History, Art and Culture, will host a Quilt Art Exhibit for the month of February in honor of Black History Month. The exhibit will open on Thursday, February 6th and remain at […]
AIKEN, S.C. – The University of South Carolina Aiken recently announced the publication of fifteen technical bulletins by Dr. Julian L. Mims, III, a former USC Aiken student and professor and the project editor. A National Historic Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) grant enabled the publications. The technical bulletins will assist city and county officials […]