The Howard High School Alumni Association is honoring eight of the school’s oldest graduates this week, culminating with the 16th annual Georgetonian Ball South.
Johnny Mau of Georgetown is going through a trying time this holiday season and is asking the public for financial help.
Owners of fast food restaurants that were recently robbed at gunpoint say they are relieved a suspect has been arrested for the crimes, but they will be a little more wary in the future.
The Georgetown County Planning Commission approved a change in zoning for one acre in the Pawleys Station development from neighborhood commercial to general commercial at its monthly meeting Dec. 18.
It’s not every day that Cal Harrelson gets a call from Gov. Nikki Haley. But for the second year in a row, he’s picked up the phone to find South Carolina’s top elected official on the other end.
Four students from over the pond are getting their first tastes of an American Christmas in the Murrells Inlet area while introducing their host families – at least in words – to the way the holidays...
Ann Kyle, general manager of Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet, has voluntarily stepped down to pursue other passions, according to Jim Roberts, senior vice president of marketing for Urban Retail...
Coastal Cancer Center officials announce the addition of Dr. Farhana Malik to its growing medical oncology and hematology team. She will provide medical care to patients in the Conway and Murrells...
In the midst of Christmas festivities, the debutante season for the Georgetown Ribbon Club is upon us.
It was a blue Christmas for many members of the Georgetown community after hearing the news of the sudden death of Thomas “Thom” Martin IV.
Carvers Bay dominated Georgetown 61-39 on Dec. 22 in the Panther Classic at Carolina Forest High School.
Waccamaw High’s wrestling team split its last match before winter break, losing to Myrtle Beach but beating Georgetown.
Waccamaw High School’s junior varsity basketball team scored an easy 40-17 victory over St. James on Dec. 18.
Georgetown High School’s boys basketball team overcame a 19-point deficit against Waccamaw High on Dec. 16, but the Warriors held off the Bulldogs in the fourth quarter to win 67-53.
I could hear Isabelle purring as I entered her room (actually, it’s the master bedroom that Mary and I share, but Isabelle has claimed it as her own). Isabelle was drinking her morning latte and...
The New Year is one week away, and even as we’re polishing off the leftovers and clearing away the boxes and bows, lots of us are contemplating our self-improvement plans for 2015. Let the...
To the Editor,