City of Walterboro line up of events invites you out to nature and into the season

Walterboro, S.C. – The City of Walterboro, known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, invites residents and visitors to get out and take in the incomparable fall weather with two events that will take participants outdoors to take a deep breath and savor nature before the busy holiday season begins. Shopping, tree lighting,

LMASE Charleston City Group Hosts Legal Marketing CLE, Elizabeth Boineau named to committee

October 19, 2011 Charleston, SC – The Legal Marketing Association Southeastern Chapter has formed a City Group in Charleston. Committee members include: Chair Laurie Benjamin, Marketing Director for A. William Roberts, Jr. and Associates; Jennifer Heisler of Silver Crescent Consulting representing Rosen, Rosen & Hagood; Elizabeth Boineau of E. Boineau & Company representing Robertson Wendt,

The Press and Standard: City gets positive press

Published October 11, 2011 But only citizenry can make ours a model town It’s good to see Walterboro get some positive press in a publication outside our community. The front-page story in Sunday’s Post and Courier — complete with a photo taken in Hiott’s Pharmacy showing Mayor Bill Young, Chief of Police Otis Rhodes, former

A bounty of fall and holiday events beckons visitors to Walterboro

Walterboro, S.C. — The City of Walterboro, known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, has an array of fall and early holiday events to entice visitors and residents to explore all that the city, known as the “front porch of the Lowcountry,” has to offer. Colleton County Historical and Preservation Society Oyster Roast

Walterboro Public Safety Makes Arrests in Shooting Incident

Walterboro, S.C. – In an incident yesterday evening at 189 Beach Road in Druid Hills, shots were fired, which resulted in an injury, leading the victim’s father to call Public Safety as a neighbor was transporting his son to Colleton County Medical Center. According to reports, the victim heard gunshots, began running and realized he

Naturalist Jerry Walls to Host Falls First Great Swamp Sanctuary Walk and Talk

Jerry Walls, of Hemingway, S.C., will host the fall season’s first Great Swamp Sanctuary Walk and Talk on Saturday, October 8, at 9:00 a.m., in the City of Walterboro. He will bring several live animals along from his serpentarium and nature center, the South Carolina Coastal Animal Rescue & Educational Sanctuary (SC-C.A.R.E.S.), in Hemingway. He

WCSC Channel 5: Walterboro Safety Initiative Drive Major Drop in Violent Crime

Published September 28, 2011 By Nicole Johnson WALTERBORO, SC (WCSC) -Walterboro is a small town that has been in the headlines in recent years for violent crimes like murder, rape, robbery and assault. Newly released FBI statistics show violent crime in Walterboro is on the decline, about 30 percent lower since it peaked in 2007.

Community Policing Initiatives in Walterboro Help Lead to Drop in Crime Rate

Violent crimes drop 30 percent; further drops seen in 2011 Walterboro, S.C. – Measures taken by the City of Walterboro to reduce the number of crime-related activities in the area appear to have been met with success, according to a crime and police activity report presented during a Walterboro City Council meeting today. In response