Georgetown County’s Department of Parks and Recreation is gearing up for the first of three major fishing tournaments set to take place over the next year at the county’s Carroll A. Campbell Marine Complex on the Sampit River.
Tastes at Pawleys, a popular food festival launched in 2007 and organized annually by the Precious Blood of Christ Catholic Church, will be held in the Church’s Parish Life Center at 1633 Waverly Road in Pawleys Island from 4 until 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 27.
Rezoning requests for properties in Pawleys Island and Murrells Inlet topped the agenda for Georgetown County planners on Thursday.
Staff at Midway Fire Rescue spent part of this month training to deal with situations involving hazardous materials. The training scenario entailed …
Students who would like to learn the basics of sailing and sailing safety can now sign up for week-long summer camps in Georgetown.
I love glitter. I love glitter nail polish. I love glitter paint. I love glitter on my clothes. I even love edible glitter. I do not think there is ever enough glitter.
Andrew Agha, archeologist at Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site, Charleston, will present a historical talk entitled “The Archeology of Rice: …
Businesses along Highway 17 on the Waccamaw Neck may soon have to design their signs according to new restrictions.
Incumbent Bob Anderson and challenger Steve Goggans, who are both running as Republicans for the County Council District 6 seat in Pawleys Island, …
Excitement filled Tommy Smith Stadium at Georgetown High School Friday, as the annual South Carolina Area 9 Special Olympics games were held in …
Wanda Charping, CPA for the Town of Andrews, told council members April 17, that revenues come in unevenly, and looking at the General Fund Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual report, “it looks like you’re not doing so well, but you are.”
The Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art has announced its 2014 performance schedule.
Often I am asked, “Do you like small cruise ships or large cruise ships better?” Or some people may say “I like small ships better,” even though they have never sailed on a mega ship.
Photos from the Georgetown Bulldogs Baseball Camp.
Georgetown High’s baseball team lost 6-2 to Carolina Forest on Friday afternoon in the championship game of the Mingo Bay Classic.
Mojo, Isabelle the cat, and I were discussing the latest news.
The Waccamaw Invitational returns to Warrior Field at Waccamaw High School on Friday and Saturday.
Waccamaw High’s boys tennis reached mid-season continuing its winning tradition by beating a good Marion High team in both ends of a doubleheader last week.
Every week before Easter, we buy a dozen small eggs. Then, on Good Friday, we spend time boiling them in the morning and coloring them in the afternoon.
Last week was National Volunteer Week across the country. Tidelands Community Hospice celebrated their volunteers with a Volunteer Appreciation …
Waccamaw High School’s 10th- and 11th-grade advanced Spanish classes used their critical thinking and social skills recently when they ventured …
On April 16, Georgetown County Sheriff’s investigators were notified, by Sheriff’s detention center personnel, about a possible threat to a local …
Brian Henry and his wife, Sassy, spent last weekend in Augusta, Ga., enjoying their annual trip to The Masters.
Pawleys Island Town Council remembered Mary McAllister, former council member, at its regular monthly meeting Monday night, April 14.
Davis Maring, a former circuit judge, has just published his fifth novel, Jefferson Davis Before He Wore Confederate Gray. The book remains true to …
Two free information sessions about Coastal Carolina University’s new Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) degree program are scheduled for Wednesday, April 23 at 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. at CCU’s Litchfield Education Center.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Coastal Carolina University announces spring classes at the Georgetown Education Center at 909 Front St. Three new Monday courses will begin on April 21 to introduce the center to residents and OLLI students.