Nosh, an anchor restaurant in the Hammock Shops for more than three years, is transitioning into three eateries, according to information posted on its Facebook page.
Ten years and three months after Georgetown County Council approved a long-range plan that included a new library on the Waccamaw Neck, county officials gathered with library supporters on March 19...
An electronic billboard across from the Hammock Shops in Pawleys Island may be the last of its kind on the Waccamaw Neck.
A former oil company employee who has had first-hand experience working on oil rigs is urging residents and visitors of the South Carolina coast to voice their opposition to oil testing and drilling...
Dozens of people between the ages of 10 and 89 gathered March 21 at the South Strand Recreation Center, grabbed a breakfast sandwich or two and headed out to Holmestown and McDowell Shortcut roads...
The Garden City Beach Community Association may find itself scrambling for some extra money to pay its electric bill.
The Eastern Carolina chapter of the American Red Cross honored Murrells Inlet resident Shea Thomas on March 19, presenting her with the Humanitarian Circle award for exceptional fundraising at the...
The Heather Elvis murder trial has been postponed from its scheduled date of May 11, according to the South Carolina Circuit 15 Solicitor Jimmy Richardson.
Brennan Moore, 35, of Murrells Inlet decided to be a firefighter after witnessing the heroic efforts of firemen who extinguished a wildfire behind his childhood home in California at age 16.
A new building in Pawleys Island constructed with appearance in mind, and another planned for the same property, offers room for up to six new businesses or offices.
Georgetown County Adminstrator Sel Hemingway was impressed with what he saw following a Tuesday morning tour of the new Publix Super Market in Pawleys Island.
In addition to bringing 125 jobs and name recognition to Pawleys Island, Publix Super Market also plans on inviting the public to get in on the fun.
Francis Tupacz, a fifth-grader at Maryville Elementary School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Tupacz, will be competing against other semifinalists Friday, March 27, in the 2015 South Carolina...
Members of the Church of God and True Holiness near Black Mingo Creek in the western part of the county may soon be able to establish a cemetery.
The City of Georgetown’s plan to replace the lamps on Front Street with energy-efficient LED bulbs and new globes will begin soon, according to city officials.
Eight Georgetown County YMCA Wahoo swimmers participated in all three days of the USA Meet in North Myrtle Beach last weekend, and four others swam on Saturday.
A few spots remain for The First Tee Youth Golf after-school program at Willbrook Plantation Golf Club.
Georgetown High’s softball exploded for 13 runs in the second inning and added two runs in the third inning to beat region rival Wilson 15-0 on Friday night.
It is truly amazing how similar the conversations and allegations and outright lies are lining up with a similar issue in our history circa 1981.
Every day, in every area of our state, hardworking South Carolina taxpayers are being robbed. They are not held up at gunpoint, and their homes are not burglarized. But they are the victims of theft...