A public hearing in the town of Andrews consisted of a reading of the fiscal year 2014-2015 Proposed Budget.
South Carolina Democrats are expected Friday to ask that State Rep. Stephen Goldfinch, R-Murrells Inlet, be suspended from office over charges in relation to a business he ran that reportedly...
It was standing room only for the public comment period of the Georgetown County Council meeting on Sept. 9, as more than 200 concerned citizens came out.
“Sgt. Timmy Roy worked with me in traffic, we shared the same desk for several years. He had three great kids, he had turned his marriage around and put it back together…he was always smiling.
Residents and visitors of Murrells Inlet are gearing up for the Fall Haul on Sat., Sept. 13.
Jim Wilkie, a longtime member of Murrells Inlet 2007 and Murrells Inlet 2020, has resigned from the board of directors, mostly for health reasons.
Murrells Inlet 2020 will offer information about the one-cent Capital Projects Sales Tax referendum on the November ballot at its Chowder Talk on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Labor Day generally marks the start of the active political season, as candidates ramp up their campaigns heading into the November general election.
S.C. Rep. Stephen Goldfinch, R-Murrells Inlet, wants to settle the discussion surrounding a federal criminal charge from last year and make the race between him and Democrat Vida Miller about issues..
The Waccamaw High School football team will travel to Georgetown Sept. 12 to take on the Georgetown High School Bulldogs, but the competition on the field won’t be the only challenge of the night.
Georgetown County Sheriff Lane Cribb took a step on September 8, to reverse South Carolina’s decade-long standing of leading the nation in cases of domestic violence against women.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control regularly performs unannounced routine health inspections (Type R) on food distributors, such as restaurants, as well as follow-up...
Ten years ago, one of Georgetown’s own was lost in war.
One of the four ducks that have made the 600 and 700 blocks of Front Street their home for the past year or so, was run over by a vehicle on Sept. 8.
A body that was found at the Browns Ferry boat landing Thursday afternoon has been identified as Leland Victor Leith of Mount Pleasant by Georgetown County Deputy Coroner Chase Ridgeway.
Georgetown High School’s girls tennis team opened the season Sept. 9 against one of its toughest region rivals, St. James.
Georgetown High’s volleyball team was dominated by region rival St. James on Sept. 9, losing 25-12, 25-17 and 25-17.
St. James swam along with Georgetown and Waccamaw High School Sept. 6, at the Socastee High School Swim Invitational.
A tough Waccamaw Warriors’ defense bent but did not break against the Carvers Bay Bears, with the Warriors’ varsity football team prevailing 21-8 in its first-ever win over Carvers Bay on September 5.
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
We recognize that the “taming” of the Front Street ducks, by feeding them, is not in their best interest and frowned upon by experts. Nevertheless, there is something about those ducks.