Pig on the Ridge – Nov. 1 & 2

Pig on the Ridge: Nov. 1 & 2

Arts on the Ridge – May 4

Pig on the Ridge festival soars

RIDGEWAY – Pig on the Ridge lived up to the hype last weekend as it does almost every year, with great weather and a large, hungry crowd. “Probably one of the best Pig on the Ridge events we’ve cooked! Looking forward to next year!” Tony Crout of Doko Smoke Barbecue in Blythewood posted to his […]

RW puts lipstick on the Pig for 20th time

RIDGEWAY – More than 800 Boston butts will be cooking, and over 60 S.C. Barbecue Association certified judges will be judging this weekend at the Annual Pig on the Ridge festival in Ridgeway…just as they have for the last 20 years. Despite an announcement last month that the pig might not get over the stile […]

Pig on the Ridge set for Nov. 2-3

Pig on the Ridge survives up/down vote

POR Committee Seeks 75 Volunteers RIDGEWAY – It appeared last week that the almost 20-year-old Ridgeway institution – Pig on the Ridge – was about to breathe its last. The festival survived an up or down vote by the hair of its chinny-chin-chin when the POR steering committee voted 3 – 1 on Oct. 11, […]

The Pig Gives Back

RIDGEWAY – Pig on the Ridge committee representatives Tom Connor and Henry Dixon present a check for $1,000 to the Barclay School to help fund its fledgling program for students who learn differently. Below, they also donated $300 to Geiger Elementary Principal Myra Bramlett for the school’s “Look For The Good Project” that the school […]

Guest Editorial: Ridgeway Council is overreaching

I found myself reminded today of the necessity to keep the relative size of things in perspective. The term big-government does not refer just to the number of people involved or the geographic area it represents. A prime example of that is the over-reach that the Ridgeway Town Council is executing over the monies raised […]

Editorial: A Fact by Any Other Name is Still a Fact

RIDGEWAY – If you frequent The Voice’s Facebook page – and we hope you do – you have probably noticed that the newspaper is under attack from Ridgeway mayoral candidate and Councilwoman Angela Harrison for omitting what she calls ‘facts’ in recent stories about her perception that the Pig on the Ridge steering committee has […]