GEORGETOWN COUNTY — Residents throughout Georgetown County are asked to have any vegetative debris related to Winter Storm Pax placed in the public right-of-way by Monday, March 10, if they want it picked up by county government.
I don’t know about you but I’ve had enough! As I sit here on Wednesday morning typing this I got on a pair of bedroom shoes. I don’t wear bedroom shoes, but I started a couple weeks ago, this is getting ridiculous. I thought I was getting a little crazy the first part of winter when I started wearing a ‘boggin around the house a few months ago, …
Legion Post 69 Cleanup
The Pee Dee Community Project, LLC of Georgetown County held its annual honor roll program on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. at the St. John Holiness …
Tigerville – The North Greenville University Concert Choir plans to make a stop at First Baptist Church in Georgetown on their spring concert tour on …
100 Years Ago
Some parents were caught by surprise last week when they received a letter from their child’s school.
Just a short way across County Line Road from Williamsburg County, Rev. Leon Winn was quite a hit with a group of Republicans.
A taste of New Orleans invaded Front Street Tuesday as a Fat Tuesday Street Strut and Mardi Gras party were held in Georgetown.
Thinking Cap Quiz bowl
Jeff Smith of Greenwood, S.C. has been named the new president and CEO of the Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce.
There are currently 11 new homes under construction within DeBordieu Colony near Georgetown.
During Women’s History Month, Hobcaw Barony leads a Women’s History Cruise from the Hobcaw Pier upriver past Bellefield Plantation and others on the Waccamaw and Pee Dee Rivers associated with Georgetown County history.
The Georgetown Breakfast Rotary Club honored Angie Kohl with the Paul Harris Fellow award during its meeting on Feb. 18.
Deputies were sent to the Brookwood Inn in Murrells Inlet Feb. 22 after receiving a third-party report that a 36-year-old woman from West Virginia was being held against her will.
With the promise of spring in the air, I think we all agree there is something magical in this place we are blessed to call our home; the creeks teeming with life becoming a changing canvas with every tide, the rivers offering year ‘round sporting and fishing, and the swamp forests alive with seasonal migrations of birds, snakes and gators …
The little brown and white puppy may have been the smallest in the litter but she held her ground when her much larger sisters and brothers picked on …
Recent reports suggest CMT’s “Party Down South”, the reality show that filmed along the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, could be filming their next season in Pensacola. A few residents like the revenue and publicity a reality show can bring, but the overwhelming outcry from residents has been negative. We expect a big sigh of relief.
The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting driver’s license checkpoints in Georgetown County throughout the month of March.
The South Strand Optimist Club honored its’ winner of the Optimist International Essay Contest at its’ monthly meeting on Thursday, Feb. 20, from …
“Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”
Waccamaw High School’s yearbook, It’s All in the Lyrics, has been recognized for excellence and featured in the 2014 Jostens Look Book, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage.
The Georgetown County School District’s hiring of a white man to be its new head of security drew sharp criticism at this week’s School Board meeting.
A Georgetown teen who was reported missing Thursday morning was found safe at about 5:15 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
The clichéd expression “folly of youth” has no association to 24-year-old Margaret Sands.
The evolution of plans for Coastal Montessori Charter School is still changing and growing.
It has been nearly five years since the City of Georgetown paid $1.07 million for the 18-acre tract and the building that once was the site of Eagle …