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Helen Summer’s Last Council Meeting as Mayor of Trenton

By Tiffani Ireland –  Long-time Mayor of Trenton, Helen Summer, presided over her final council meeting serving in this capacity at the town council’s regularly scheduled meeting, Wed., Mar. 13. …

Trenton Schedules Special Election

Trenton Schedules Special Election

The Town of Trenton will hold a special election July 9, 2013 to fill the seat currently held by Billy Padgett on the Town Council. Mr. Padgett will have to…

The Trenton Peach Festival Is On! – 44th Festival on June 15th

The Trenton Peach Festival Is On! – 44th Festival on June 15th

Word came to the Advertiser Tuesday morning from the Trenton Community Development Association that plans are secure in the production of another Trenton Ridge Peach Festival, scheduled for the third…

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…

No Opposition for Trenton Council Seats

No Opposition for Trenton Council Seats

Only One Seeking to be Mayor –  By Tiffani Ireland – Keith Sexton and Shannon Phillpot will face no opposition in their bids to seek re-election to their seats on the…

Enjoy a Winter Day of Beauty!

Enjoy a Winter Day of Beauty!

The Camellia Tea, sponsored by the Edgefield Camellia Club, will be held on Thursday, February 14, 2013 at Magnolia Dale in downtown Edgefield from 3:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. This…

Trenton Council Moving Forward With Renovations to Bank Building

Now that the former First Citizens Bank building officially belongs to the town of Trenton, the town council is moving forward with renovation plans to the landmark.  At their regularly…

ECSO Recovers Four Guns from Recent Burglary

​The Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office has recovered 4 of the 6 guns stolen in a recent burglary at a residence on Tennessee Walker Lane in Trenton. The burglary was reported…

A Cannon Fires: a Marker is Unveiled

A Cannon Fires: a Marker is Unveiled

Confederate Re-enactors were on parade at the Edgefield County Historical Society meeting at the Greek Revival home called Darby Plantation in Trenton, on Sunday afternoon. A balmy breeze was encouraging…

Remembering Dr. W. G. “Curly” Watson

Remembering Dr. W. G. “Curly” Watson

The Passing of a Gentleman and a Doctor – Dr. W. G. “Curly” Watson was a noble man – principled, self-sacrificing and honorable — whose life has touched many more…