The portrait of former Mayor Tom Rubillo will be replaced in City Hall.
Remaining adaptable and staying well informed to help clients through life’s changes are among Robin Poston’s goals as the new director for Georgetown County’s Department of Social Services.
Behind the City of Georgetown are about 150 employees picking up trash, fixing electric lines and patrolling the streets in police cars.
Georgetown County Council is sending a setback issue back to the Planning Commission for review and a possible amendment to the zoning ordinance regarding rear yard setback requirements.
Dawud Aswad, 24, of Murrells Inlet, has a tragic connection with the comic book character Spider Man.
The fastest way to get from Oak Island, N.C., to Murrells Inlet is usually not on two wheels — especially not when the power comes from a rider’s legs.
Many who visit Georgetown are inspired by the city’s charm and beauty.
Joe Palombi Jr. has always wanted to be just like his dad.
Vida Miller once again accused state Rep. Stephen Goldfinch of not telling truth about a federal a charge against him.
Coastal Montessori Charter School, which plans to build at Allston Plantation in Pawleys Island, is one step closer to making that a reality.
Students from The Georgetown School traveled to Hobcaw’s Clam Bank on Sept. 19 to help clean the waterways.
The Georgetown Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating 35-year-old Tomika Mention of 227 Mallard Circle in Belle Isle. She is 5’6” tall.
Wildes Financial Strategies is proud to be the title sponsor of Golf “Fore” Kids at Wachesaw Plantation Club in Murrells Inlet on Oct. 13. All proceeds will be for the benefit of families served by..
Andrews High’s volleyball was swept this week by the two best teams in its region: Johnsonville and Timberland.
It took nearly a week, but Georgetown High’s girls tennis team beat Lowcountry Prep School 8-1.
Georgetown beat Carvers Bay 31-14 to remain undefeated and complete the county sweep on Sept. 19.
One of the most heard questions in Georgetown County government is “how do I get my road paved.” I think it’s safe to say every person who lives and/or works in Georgetown County relies on our road...
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