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City of Walterboro

Spring is in the air for the front porch of the Lowcountry

Walterboro, S.C. – The City of Walterboro, known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, is welcoming the spring season with a full line-up of celebrated events sure to entice both residents and visitors to take in all that the city, known as the “front porch of the Lowcountry,” has to offer. Saturday, April

Associated Press: Lowcountry Regional Airport in Walterboro celebrates 80th anniversary

June 15, 2013 WALTERBORO, South Carolina — The Lowcountry Regional Airport in Walterboro is celebrating its 80th anniversary. A celebration on Saturday features flight demonstrations as well as flights for kids and recognition of those who helped establish the airport and helped it prosper. Officials say the airport is now the largest general aviation airport

The Colletonian: Eighty years of flight history celebrated

Lowcountry Regional Airport, located just off Highway 17 behind the National Guard Armory in Walterboro, will celebrate its 80 years of operation on Saturday, June 15. In honor of this momentous occasion, the Lowcountry Regional Airport will simulate a celebration that reflects the original event that was held on June 15, 1933, exactly eighty years,

Excerpts from Charleston Magazine: Outdoors: Ramble On!

Published June 2013 Written by Stratton Lawrence 30 fun, cultural, educational, and downright quirky destinations for sunny-day adventures It’s Summer! Channel your inner explorer and carve out some time for carefree drives through the Lowcountry. With centuries of history along a coast that’s rich with biodiversity, every road out of town is literally dotted with

Honoring and celebrating 80 years of flight history

Walterboro, S.C. – The Lowcountry Regional Airport, located in Walterboro, a city known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, will celebrate its 80th anniversary on Saturday, June 15. In honor of this milestone event, the Lowcountry Regional Airport will recreate a celebration very similar to the one that was held on June 15,

Walterboro Chief of Police No Longer with City

Walterboro, S.C. – Otis Rhodes, who has served the City of Walterboro for the past twenty one years and has spent the last nine as chief of police and public safety director, has been relieved of his duties there, effective today. During his tenure, important changes helped to move the Public Safety Department forward. Rhodes

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