Cornell William Brooks, the newly appointed President and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), has deep feelings for his hometown of Georgetown.
Seismic surveying for gas and oil off the coast, which the federal government has approved, could lead to a major boost for the state economy, but some fear that marine mammals will be harmed in the...
A $44,000 federal grant for business development and revitalization is coming to the City of Georgetown, and tests, analyses and workshops are coming with it.
All four candidates who have filed in the Democratic Primary for the South Carolina Senate District 32 Special Election have been invited to participate in an Aug. 7 debate sponsored by the Citizens...
It may have been raining outside, but inside the South Strand Recreation Complex the music was going strong, and the dress for the day was sandals, Hawaiian shirts, leis and summer chic.
David Elliott has his path marked out. He travels it four days a week, sometimes more, never less.
Hannah Blackwell is coming home – well, for a little while at least – and she’s bringing a film crew with her.
In celebration and promotion of women’s health, wellness and safety, a Murrells Inlet law office held a women’s safety event during its grand opening July 18.
Many people who fish along the South Strand are not too concerned about levels of mercury and other industrial pollutants that might be in certain types of fish.
There will soon be eight traffic lights on U.S. 17 in the Pawleys Island area.
A public charter school that has been housed in a wing of Waccamaw Middle School in Pawleys Island for two years may soon have a home of its own.
The Children’s Trust of South Carolina will be having a benefit gala and auction on Sat., Aug. 23 from 5 ot 11 p.m. at the Columbia Marriott.
After the publication of the story on the Georgetown County Museum in the July 25 Georgetown Times, the Georgetown County Historical Society has provided additional information regarding the previous.
In 1924, Hanno Lance bought a four-acre and an eight-and-a-half-acre parcel of land in the Dunbar community of Georgetown. Today, his family still owns the property.
Two people have been charged with Receiving Stolen Goods and Operating a Motor Vehicle Chop Shop in the Sampit Community, according to the Sheriff's Office.
For 14 Georgetown families, a newly renovated, affordable home is in their future.
The Georgetown Belles battled the heat July 27 at Retreat Park in Pawleys Island, as local men’s softball teams competed for bragging rights at a charity tournament and exhibition game to raise funds.
Trick’em vaulted past Georgetown’s Rascal on July 26 to win the Edisto Marina Billfish Tournament, but Rascal managed to hang on to capture its second South Carolina Governor’s Cup Billfishing...
The SC Gators ninth grade AAU boys’ basketball team placed fifth in the nation at the National Championship held in Little Rock, AR July 9-14.
A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on. — Winston Churchill
My name is Tuesday F. and I have my opinion to share with the world about divorced parents with children. So, here it goes.
To the Editor: