Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » Appearance » Widgets » and move Gabfire Widget: Social into that MastheadOverlay zone

Home » Archives by category » News (Page 66)

County Council Work Session Planned for Feb. 27

County Council Work Session Planned for Feb. 27

Edgefield County Council will be holding a work session with no votes expected to be taken at a special called meeting on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 6:00 PM in…

Future of Trenton Peach Festival in Doubt

Future of Trenton Peach Festival in Doubt

By Tiffani Ireland – In what clearly came as a shock to the members of the Trenton Town Council at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, Wed., Feb. 13, Council was…

Four Wheelers and Lawn Mowers – Continued Targets of Theft

Four Wheelers and Lawn Mowers – Continued Targets of Theft

By Advertiser Staff – Four wheelers and lawn mowers continue to be items of interest for thieves as evident by the many reports involving such crime filed by the Edgefield…

Camellia Tea Enjoyed by Locals and Out-of-Towners

Camellia Tea Enjoyed by Locals and Out-of-Towners

The Annual Camellia Tea of February 14 was a colorful and festive success.  The guests were entertained by a beautiful table laden with tea foods and mantels and tables adorned…

A Valentine From Dave the Potter

A Valentine From Dave the Potter

February 14, 2013, is the 150th anniversary of Dave making this jar. The jar is marked with the date of February 14, 1863. This Valentine of Edgefield Pottery from Dave…

Black History Sessions Continue at Macedonia

Black History Sessions Continue at Macedonia

The Black History meeting at Macedonia Community Center started with Reverend George Brightharp leading the audience in a wonderful old Negro spiritual, “Swing Low Sweet Chariot,” which set a good…

Edgefield Man Follows Stranger’s Lead and Wins $100,000

Edgefield Man Follows Stranger’s Lead and Wins $100,000

COLUMBIA, S.C. (February 13, 2013) – In a case of “I’ll have what she’s having,” an Edgefield man picked the same lottery ticket as the woman in line ahead of…

Calliham’s Turns Sixty

Calliham’s Turns Sixty

“There are plenty businesses that have run 60 years, but I am the original owner and still running it,” said J. P. Calliham on Monday.  He was saying that on…

Department of Revenue Announces Program to Securely Process Tax Returns

Department of Revenue Announces Program to Securely Process Tax Returns

Security safeguard measure implemented to aid in the prevention of tax fraud COLUMBIA – New for 2013, the SC Department of Revenue (DOR) has implemented a security safeguard measure to…

Drought Committee Downgrades 26 Counties

Drought Committee Downgrades 26 Counties

COLUMBIA – The S.C. Drought Response Committee, meeting via conference call on Jan. 31, downgraded the drought status one level for 26 counties. Twelve counties were downgraded to moderate including:…