Update: 1 dead after Pawleys Island vehicle fire

Tuesday, September 27, 10:57 a.m.

Although a Pawleys Island man died after firefighters found him inside a burning car, officials said they were uncertain as to the cause of his death.

SC-CARES to hold 10th ‘Animal’versary’ celebration in Murrells Inlet

Tuesday, September 27, 9:25 a.m.

Skip Yeager and Cindy Hedrick were involved in wildlife rescue in Lexington, North Carolina, in 2001 when they had a vision to create a sanctuary for abandoned exotic pets and other wildlife in...

‘In the Pink’ walk set

Monday, September 26, 4:52 p.m.

Area residents can help turn the community into a sea of pink by joining the Tidelands Health Foundation’s annual “In the Pink” Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Saturday, Oct. 1,...

First of hundreds of jurors report in Emanuel AME shooting trial

Monday, September 26, 9:55 a.m.

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Hundreds of potential jurors will report to the federal courthouse in Charleston, South Carolina, in the coming days as the jury selection begins in the trial of a...

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How Do I Know I have an Allergy?

The most common signs of allergies are itchy and watery eyes or an itchy nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, throat tightness and trouble breathing.

Georgetown duo claims IFA Redfish title

Lin Fore and Mike McDonald of Georgetown won the IFA Redfish Tour event in Georgetown on Saturday afternoon.

Football: Last-minute TD sinks Warriors

Hannah-Pamplico scored nine points in the final 2:46 of the game to beat Waccamaw 19-15 on Friday night.

Football: Bears and Yellow Jackets win

Carvers Bay and Andrews both picked up region wins on Friday night.

Tennis: Lady Warriors battling weather more than opponents

An inexperienced Waccamaw High School girls tennis team is still trying to find its way this season, and Mother Nature has not helped.

Georgetown County man pleads guilty in 2015 crash that killed 1, injured 3

A Georgetown County man pleaded guilty to his role in a two-vehicle crash that killed one man and injured three others in mid-2015.

Police: Andrews man kidnapped daughter, shot at her mother

An Andrews man was arrested, police said, more than a week after officers began investigating a claim that he kidnapped his 5-year-old daughter and shot at her mother.

DEU: Georgetown County men sold heroin, crack cocaine

Two Browns Ferry men were arrested, agents said, after they were found with almost one pound of illegal drugs and multiple weapons while they were caring for a child.

Waites sworn in as Georgetown Police Department chief

Moments after Kelvin Waites was sworn in as chief of the Georgetown Police Department in front of about 100 people, he thanked them for their support.

Urban Land Institute reveals recommendation for Georgetown steel mill site

After spending most of the week in Georgetown, talking to its people, walking its streets, studying its demographics and learning its history, a panel of advisers from the Urban Land Institute...

Georgetown County school board honors student scholars

Georgetown County School District students who achieved perfect scores on their Palmetto Assessment of State Standards and End of Course tests last spring were honored by members of the GCSD Board...

Artist creates designs on historic bricks using tin, grass and rope

Sitting on a dock in Georgetown, looking out on Winyah Bay, Shannon Murphy’s eyes were transfixed on an anchored sailboat.

Jana Kristine Saxon to wed Brandon Michael DiMatteo

Announcement is made of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Jana Kristine Saxon and Brandon Michael DiMatteo.

Horry Georgetown Technical College receives $2 million grant for manufacturing training facility

The Horry Georgetown Technical College Georgetown campus has received a big boost in its plans to build an advanced manufacturing training facility.

Members of Georgetown High School’s Class of 1986 return for 30th reunion, homecoming

Grooving to the sounds of the 1980s, more than 30 members of the Georgetown High School Class of 1986 descended on the school’s campus Sept. 15 to participate in homecoming festivities and...

Georgetown County planners working on rules for helicopter businesses

Georgetown County planners are working to develop rules for commercial helicopter tour businesses, with noise and safety as their main concerns.

Jobs, young people among hot topics at Georgetown’s Urban Land Institute public forum

When a panel of volunteer planners and developers met with the Georgetown community to discuss ideas for the future of the defunct ArcelorMittal steel mill site, two concerns were brought up time...

Grandparents Blessing

Hopefully you have been having blessed days. The weather has been reminding me of the “dog days” of summer when I was growing up. We had rain just about every day that created rain...

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Howard Center in Georgetown County to host evening of Lowcountry music, art Sept. 17

The sights and sowunds of the Lowcountry will come to life inside the Howard Center on Sept. 17, when Lowcountry Voices, internationally acclaimed South Carolina artist Jonathan Green, and special...

Boyer next author on Moveable Feast tour

Susan Boyer will be the featured author on the Moveable Feast tour.

Brookgreen Gardens sets new ticket policy for ‘Nights of a Thousand Candles’

Brookgreen Gardens has announced it will require those attending its popular “Nights of a Thousand Candles” to choose a date for attendance when buying tickets.

Deer season forecast good for South Carolina

With the 2016 deer season soon opening in all counties, South Carolina’s deer population is healthy and the season outlook is good, according to the state’s top deer biologist.

Records ordered turned over in Horry County officer harassment suit

CONWAY, S.C. (AP) — A judge has ordered the Horry County Police Department to turn over records in a lawsuit stemming from allegations of sexual misconduct by a former department...

Interstate repaving costs double because road is so poor

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Transportation officials say the cost of repaving about 60 miles of two South Carolina interstates will nearly double because workers will need to fully reconstruct...

Farm To Table event will showcase Grand Strand culinary talent

Are you a foodie looking to experience the taste and flavors of the Grand Strand? It’s not too late to purchase tickets for the Seventh Annual Coastal Uncorked’s Farm to Table event...

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