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Piper to Make Special Appearance at Heritage Jubilee

Piper to Make Special Appearance at Heritage Jubilee

Ms. Penny Hunt, the author of The Piper Tales, which have been running in The Advertiser since early September, will be at The Advertiser booth on Saturday at the Heritage…

School Speaks to Death of Student

It is with a great deal of sadness that the Edgefield County School District reports today the passing of one of its students. Tyler Morgan, a 10th grader at Strom…

SC Drought Committee Lowers Status for 21 Counties

SC Drought Committee Lowers Status for 21 Counties

Edgefield Downgraded to Moderate Drought –  For the first time since Feb. 2011, portions of South Carolina are drought free based on the SC Drought Response Committee’s official declaration issued Sept.…

Town Square Wecomes a New Business

Town Square Wecomes a New Business

There’s a new shop on Edgefield’s Courthouse Square located in one of the town’s historic old buildings a few doors down from the Town Hall and across the parking lot…

Bondex Inc. Expanding Operations in Edgefield County

Bondex Inc. Expanding Operations in Edgefield County

$6.4 million investment expected to create 13 new jobs COLUMBIA, S.C. – September 26, 2012 – Bondex Inc., a maker of thermally bonded nonwoven materials, today announced that it will expand…

“Early” Announcement from Energy Group

Will Bring Jobs to Edgefield County The announcement of the Atlanta-based Enova Energy Group with plans to open a $110 million wood pellet-processing plant near Trenton, for the manufacture of…

Case of Rescued Animals Settled – Guilty Plea Entered

Case of Rescued Animals Settled – Guilty Plea Entered

The month long investigation by the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office that resulted in the rescue of numerous animals from a residence on Holmes Pond Road has ended in a guilty…

Reminder: There’s still time to ‘Give Food’

Reminder: There’s still time to ‘Give Food’

Citizens who want to help their neighbors still have time to participate in the Give Food Project. The Project, sponsored by Edgefield County Council Chairman Dean Campbell, is scheduled to…

Edgefield to Welcome Southern Studies Showcase

Edgefield to Welcome Southern Studies Showcase

Old Edgefield District Genealogical Society and Old District African American Genealogical Society are hosting the Southern Studies Showcase on Sept. 28-29.  The two-day showcase features approximately 20 speakers with sessions…

Make Plans to Attend the Annual Midlands Plant & Flower Festival

Make Plans to Attend the Annual Midlands Plant & Flower Festival

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Hugh Weathers, South Carolina’s Commissioner of Agriculture, reminds gardeners to mark their calendars for the Midlands Fall Plant & Flower Festival coming up September 28-30 at the State Farmers…