Georgetown Business Association needs votes to win $25,000 Levitt AMP grant

Monday, November 30, 1:45 p.m.

The Georgetown Business Association’s Music in the Park series is always free for participants, but next year the summertime event could also be free for organizers if the group wins a...

Murrells Inlet Christmas weekend features parade, home tour, more

Monday, November 30, 7:01 a.m.

Murrells Inlet will kick off the holiday season this year with a weekend of events, including a parade, a home tour and business open houses.

Andrews Elementary students share traumatic stories after flooding

Sunday, November 29, 5:01 p.m.

There’s quite the juxtaposition in Jahlil Keith’s drawing of the October day he and his family were rescued from their flood-swept Andrews home.

Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet presents Children’s Christmas Village Fair

Sunday, November 29, 4:01 p.m.

Visitors to Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet Nov. 21 were greeted with a special holiday treat — performances, children’s activities and the arrival of Santa Claus.

Yellow Jackets sting their way to Bulldog Shoot-Out championship

A feisty and determined Andrews High School varsity basketball team held off the Georgetown High School Bulldogs to capture the championship game and win the 22nd Annual Bulldog Shoot-Out...

Turkey Trot draws hundreds to Brookgreen Gardens

Nearly 200 runners traversed the tree-lined roads of Brookgreen Gardens for the 10th annual Turkey Trot Run and Walk on Nov. 21.

Column: A time to be thankful

There is much to be thankful for all year long, but especially this month.

Soccer champions

DEU: Georgetown fugitive, 4 others found, charged with drug-dealing

Drug enforcement agents said that a fugitive’s discovery also resulted in the arrest of four county residents on drug-related charges.

DEU: Georgetown man jailed on weapons offense charged with dealing crack cocaine

One day after a Georgetown man was arrested on a weapons charge, he was served with four additional warrants charging him with alleged drug activity.

Deputies: Georgetown man confessed to molesting 8-year-old girl

Deputies said a Browns Ferry community man has been arrested after an investigation indicated he fondled an 8-year-old girl.

DEU: Man wanted on drug charges involved in chase, crash

Authorities were continuing to search for a Georgetown man who eluded capture during a vehicle chase that sped through central Georgetown earlier this week.

Helping Hands of Georgetown, Salvation Army feed 400 families for Thanksgiving

Janee Powers, a single mother of two and a full-time student, said Helping Hands of Georgetown made her Thanksgiving Day a lot less stressful.

Seaside Elementary students prepare for holiday events

It’s beginning to look and sound like Christmas at Seaside Elementary School.

Food Lion issues recall for E. coli scare in 500 stores, including Georgetown Co.

Food Lion has issued a recall for celery products in several stores — several of which are in Georgetown County — citing a possible E. coli contamination.

AME church, NAACP offer support to Georgetown County flood victims

Although the historic rain and flooding of early October may have worked its way out of everyday conversation, many in South Carolina are still reeling from its effects.

Groundbreaking held for new Marsh Walk restaurant

A small dig of history was made Nov. 13 as ground was broken for The Claw House, the first restaurant to be built from the ground up since the Marsh Walk opened in 1998.

Tidelands Health, MUSC to establish physician residency program

Officials with Tidelands Health say a plan to establish a three-year residency program at its Georgetown County hospitals is a landmark moment for the healthcare system.

Crepe Café coming to Inlet Square Mall

A reunion of sorts is taking place in Inlet Square Mall, and shoppers will be able to reap the rewards.

Jim Watkins Column: What’s in a name? History, heritage and ‘good stock’

Isabelle and I were relaxing on the porch after a hectic Atlanta trip to welcome a new member of our family — our fourth, and probably last grandchild, a girl, was born early.

Every SC trooper to be out patrolling over Thanksgiving

State troopers say they will be out in force on South Carolina roads over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Trump returns to South Carolina for Myrtle Beach rally

Donald Trump is returning to South Carolina for a campaign stop along the Grand Strand.

Haley asks feds to speed up crop loss payments to SC farmers

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley wants the U.S. Department of Agriculture to speed up crop insurance payments to farmers who lost their harvests because of last month’s historic flooding.

Muslim rally against ISIS draws crowd in SC

An upstate Islamic group has taken to the streets of Greenville to condemn the attacks on Paris.

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