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  • Local hair stylist starts wig charity drive

    Stylist Karen West of Bladez Hair Salon in downtown Pageland has started collecting wigs from her clients to help women who suffer from hair loss due to cancer or other health related issues. West said over the years she has worked with many wonderful people and families who had to fight cancer.

  • Local pets killed by stray dogs

    Johnny and Patty Stein of Jefferson are the latest victims of stray dogs roaming through Chesterfield County. The Steins woke up to the sounds of their cat being attacked on their front porch in Jefferson early Sunday, July 10. Johnny Stein said he heard the noise and grabbed the first thing he could to save the cat.

  • Jefferson Council takes stand against Sheriff’s Office

    Chief Deputy for the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office James Dixon visited Jefferson to discuss the proposed budget with town council for the upcoming fiscal year on Tuesday, July 12. Dixon said the reason for the meeting was to incorporate officer Chuck Burch into the budget for the town of Jefferson. 

  • Fashion show returns to Pageland for Watermelon Festival

    Silkfalsetto will bring another fashion show to Pageland as part of the annual Watermelon Festival on  Saturday, July 16 at the  Pageland Community Center. Doors will open at 3 p.m. and the “843 and Fashion” show will begin at 4 p.m. Tickets are  $15 in advance and $20 at the door. They are on sale at Slamming Jamz Funk Shop, Pageland Plaza Barber Beauty Shop and may be purchased online by emailing silkfalsetto@gmail.com. Designer Naomi Miller said this is not your average fashion show.

  • Double Your Fun
  • Pageland Garden Club tends ‘Green Space’

    Pageland Garden Club members met on Tuesday, June 21 at the club’s designated “green space” on North Pearl Street to spruce up and prune back the excess foliage of Carolina Jasmine, Knockout, Encore and Lady Banks Roses, Hydrangeas, Day Lillies, Laura Pellum and Lantana planted in the natural area.

  • Welcome Ja’laya Lameia Robinson

    Carolyn Robinson and James Crawford of Pageland announce the birth of their God-daughter, Ja’laya Lameia Robinson born May 16, 2011 at Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster. She weighed 6 lbs 7.6 oz. She joins a brother Jaden. Parents are Armesia Baker and Shauntez Robinson of Pageland. Grandparents are Veronica (Quentin) Marsh, Emanuel (Laura) Robinson, Beverly Blakeney, and Peggy Baker all of Pageland.

  • Make your outdoor party one to remember

    Outdoor get-togethers typically make for memorable affairs. Be it a picnic in the park, a backyard barbecue or a tailgate in the parking lot at the big game, fresh air always seems to add more fun to the festivities.

  • Got Watermelon Fever?Pageland Floral and Gifts may have the cure

    Amy Kirkley has prepared orders for many Watermelon Festivals while working at Pageland Floral and Gifts. This will be her first festival as the owner since taking over in January. The store is at 111 North Pearl St. across from Town Hall and less than 200 hundred feet from the parade on McGregor Street. during the festival. Kirkley said she is ready and knows everything will go great.

  • Great Grilling: Summertime Entertaining Made Simple

    The backyard barbecue is one of America’s most beloved, iconic traditions. Summertime entertaining season is upon us once again, meaning it’s time to perfect your grilling game to avoid falling into the same old rut. Boring burgers and ho-hum hot dogs can get old fast, but it’s easier than you might think to add a spark to your outdoor cooking.