• In honor of April being Child Abuse Prevention & Sexual Assault Awareness month, Hopeful Horizons, our local child advocacy, domestic violence, and rape crisis center is exhibiting their “Flag Awareness Display” to visually represent clients who received services from Hopeful Horizons in 2016. Last year, Hopeful Horizons provided children’s advocacy, domestic violence, and rape crisis services for 1,495 survivors. These 1,495 survivors will be visually represented by flags displayed at the Hampton County Courthouse from April 17th – 20th.


The Patrick Henry Academy Patriots varsity baseball team hosted Wardlaw Academy recently and beat their opponent by a final score of 7-2 during a non-conference game. The Patriots will play at home again on Tuesday, April 25 during a conference game against St. John's Christian Academy.

Photos by Matt Popovich, The Hampton County Guardian.


The Hampton First Baptist Church held an Easter “Eggstravaganza” egg hunt on Saturday, April 15, in downtown Hampton to celebrate the Easter holiday and provide a wonderful time for children and their families.

A large gathering of children, their parents and beaming-with-joy grandparents attended the event, which offered children through sixth grade a chance at finding eggs, two being special golden eggs that brought with them extra-special gifts from a certain furry, hopping friend.