Residents of Allston Plantation in Pawleys Island have mixed feelings about a proposed school being built near their homes.
Tired of crabs stealing your fish bait? Turn the tables and catch the crabs.
A Georgetown man was killed in a one-vehicle accident Saturday evening.
A Murrells Inlet magistrate could decide today if weekly Monday night fireworks over the inlet violate the Georgetown County noise ordinance.
A new assisted living community, being constructed on US 17 Bypass in Murrells Inlet, is expected to open in early spring 2015.
Murrells Inlet 2020 agreed, Aug. 6, to team with Surfrider Grand Strand during the Chilympics, the Surfrider’s main fundraiser, scheduled for Oct. 12.
Josh Holt, three, may be excused if he’s a bit overwhelmed by the equipment his father, Ron Holt, uses to combat woodland fires throughout Georgetown County.
The Waccamaw High School marching band is seeing blue.
Coast RTA will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 20, to discuss changes to the 16 and 16 Express routes.
A member of the Class of ’84, the very last graduating class of Winyah High School, Lt. Lindy McRae, 48, has spent 20 years in the fire service.
Georgetown youth will have a full court basketball gym at the renovated Howard facility, but organized basketball teams won’t be able to play there, a blow to West End community efforts to preserve...
Family and friends of Andrews resident David Goude are remembering him as a man who “never met a stranger” and enjoyed making people laugh.
The new school year begins with a full staff of teachers and facility upgrades, according to Georgetown County School District staff.
Andrews High’s offense fumbled the first two times it touched the ball during a scrimmage on Aug. 15.
The late Tommy Smith Sr., who won more than 250 football games and three state championships at Howard High School, has been elected to the inaugural class of the South Carolina Football Coaches Hall...
The husband and wife team of Stan and Bobbie Allen won the Inshore Fishing Association Redfish Tour event in Georgetown on Aug. 16.
A group of young Georgetown County mariners set sail Aug. 17 to bring help and hope to leukemia patients and their families by participating in the first annual Winyah Bay Regatta.
Mojo, Isabelle and I were having our morning coffee, reading the paper, and discussing the news of the day.
To the Editor:
To the Editor: