This week, the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office has been giving themselves and other area law enforcement agencies a shot at honing their skills in situations that are, or can be, dangerous.
Most people don’t smile while receiving chemotherapy to treat a mysterious stage IV cancer, but Whitney Cox is not most people.
Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help in locating a man who may be connected to a reported burglary at a Murrells Inlet liquor store.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Post and Courier of Charleston, South Carolina, has won the Pulitzer Prize in public service for a series on domestic abuse in the state.
Miss Ruby’s Kids annual garden party fundraiser will be held April 26 at Kimbels at Wachesaw Plantation Club in Murrells Inlet.
Murrells Inlet 2020’s board of directors and advisory council — at nearly full strength — gathered around the table April 8 to hear good news about ongoing and completed projects – and to also...
Although the officer-involved shooting in North Charleston has thrust the idea of police body cameras back into the national conversation, for some regional agencies, that conversation has already...
Firefighters worked through the night to quell a Litchfield blaze that destroyed one home, damaged another and sent a woman to the hospital April 15.
Ryan Curtis followed his grandfather into firefighting.
People who attend the sixth annual Tastes at Pawleys event will enjoy samples from local restaurants while listening to live music and sharing time with friends.
Pawleys Island Town Council voted to begin the condemnation process on a piece of a property that is throwing a wrench in the project to move the island’s power and cable television wires underground.
Own a small business or run a non-profit in Georgetown County? Security — both virtual and physical — is a rapidly growing issue that many organizations face.
While the state Legislature moves closer to making body-worn cameras for law enforcement officers mandatory, another area agency has taken steps that may put it ahead of the curve.
New donations to the Black River United Way are getting a boost thanks to a grant from the Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation.
Multiple national, state and local agencies were contacted after a chemical known to be toxic in high doses exceeded legal limits from International Paper’s Georgetown mill in late March, an...
The St. James’ varsity soccer team beat North Myrtle Beach 4-3 on April 11 on penalty kicks.
The St. James softball team recently beat Pleasure Ridge Park, Kentucky, and lost to Conway.
Winning four out of five games, the Waccamaw Warriors baseball team captured second place in the Danny Isaac Division A bracket of the Mingo Bay Classic Tournament held at Warrior Field April 7-11.
Waccamaw High School senior outfielder and shortstop Olivia Dunlap signed her letter of intent April 14 to take the field for Spartanburg Methodist College when she graduates this year.
I was surprised when I saw it – a childsize (because it's made for a child) Dirt Devil vacuum cleaner.
Pawleys Island delights visitors and snowbirds alike with its beauty, history and charm. Travel writers have dubbed it a gem, but it’s not the only gem in Georgetown County.
Generational poverty and unemployment, along with the lack of a pool of qualified entry-level workers, are issues needing solutions.