No one was hurt, but traffic was partially diverted after a two-vehicle collision in South Georgetown this week.
Twenty six Georgetown and Horry county nonprofits are going to turn $1 into $2 next week.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who they believe robbed a money center at gunpoint.
Caring and Sharing Inc., based in Hemingway, is raising money on May 5 to purchase bibles to be given away locally and on foreign missions.
Two dogs and the owner of a dog grooming business escaped serious injury Tuesday when fire broke out at Creekside Critters, 3036 Highway 17 Business South.
Brookgreen Gardens is one of several organizations taking part in Lowcountry Giving Day 2015, a 24-hour online fundraising event sponsored by Coastal Community Foundation.
The public is invited to celebrate Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital’s nursing heroes at an open house Wednesday, May 6.
The pelican has landed.
After a very successful year in 2014, Larry and Stella Mercado, owners of Mercom Corporation based in Pawleys Island, have donated more than $150,000 to local schools and nonprofits in Pawleys Island.
Georgetown County leaders gathered with law enforcement and court officials at the Litchfield Exchange April 28 to unveil a new magistrates and law enforcement complex.
The Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art has announced its 2015 performance schedule in conjunction with its 25th anniversary.
A U.S. representative has added his name to the growing list of governmental officials and entities that oppose offshore drilling and seismic testing off the coast of South Carolina.
There are many legal ways to visit Pawleys Island.
The South Strand Optimist Club held its second annual “Recognition of Elementary Youth” program April 16 at Applewood House of Pancakes.
For the time being, more electronic signs will not be allowed in the City of Georgetown after a City Planning Commission decision on April 28.
After putting her passion aside for most of her life, Victoria Alger is finally showing her true colors, and they’re vibrant.
More than 100 runners and walkers took to the streets of downtown Georgetown on April 25 for the second annual The Fast and the Furriest.
Nine Murrells Inlet residents won their age division in the Garden City Chapel “Run for the Children” 5K on April 18.
Here is an update for May 1 for the softball and baseball teams for Georgetown County’s four high schools.
In mid-March, Beth McJunkins got the phone call every parent dreads.
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