Weather-related closings, delays and cancellations

  • Monday, January 27, 2014

  • Updated Monday, January 27, 2014 3:47 pm

All Georgetown County schools are closed Tuesday. A decision will be made Tuesday regarding classes Wednesday. *** All Horry County Schools are also closed Tuesday. *** The City of Georgetown's offices will be closed Tuesday and there will be no garbage collection  *** The Myrtle Beach at Georgetown basketball games scheduled for Tuesday night have been rescheduled for Feb. 5. *** All three campuses of HGTC are closed tomorrow. Monitor the website and media for any updates regarding reopening. ***  The Georgetown County School District's "All-County Band/Chorus Concerts" which were scheduled for this Thursday and Friday at Waccamaw High School have been cancelled. ***
*** Georgetown Community Bible Study will not meet Wednesday.*** All Georgetown County Bureau of Aging Services facilities will be closed Tuesday *** Pawleys Island Christian Academy is closed Tuesday. *** Georgetown Presbyterian Preschool and Child Development Center will be closed Tuesday *** Georgetown County Council has canceled its meeting scheduled for Tuesday night. *** The kickoff celebration for Georgetown County's annual Relay for Life, which was scheduled for Thursday night, has been canceled. No makeup date has been announced. *** All games scheduled for the Georgetown County Parks & Recreation Dept. have been cancelled for Tuesday and Wednesday.  Games tonight will occur as scheduled. *** Brookgreen Gardens closed Tuesday *** The Smith Medical Clinic of Pawleys Island will be closed Tuesday *** Coast RTA buses will not run after 2:00 PM Tuesday, January 28, 2014. When the decision is made regarding the schedule on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, an update will be issued. ***
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