They rolled. They pulled. They chopped. They boiled, they simmered and they turned the quintessential southern collards into something special.
A new film to be screened in Myrtle Beach explores the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, through the converging lives of people directly affected by the events of that day.
In 1912, there were only 144 miles of paved roads. The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph. Ninety percent of doctors had no college education. Eggs were 14 cents per a dozen. It is also...
Two residents of an upscale community in Pawleys Island voiced their concerns Jan. 15 to Georgetown County planning officials about a plan for two-family dwellings at the community’s main entrance.
Who has the best soup in Murrells Inlet? For one day, Jan. 26, that honor went to restaurateurs Murrells Inlet Seafood and Rich Baumann; Jimmy Motley and SBB, and home cook Chris Darcy.
St. James High School is one of 11 schools throughout South Carolina named finalists for the 2015 Palmetto’s Finest Schools Awards.
The Marsh Walk is expected to be filled with music and the scent of food from seven restaurants Feb. 7 and 8 during the second annual Taste of the Marsh Walk.
Seventy-seven of the region’s best spellers gathered in the gymnasium at Lowcountry Preparatory School on Jan. 15 for the South Carolina Independent School Association Regional Spelling Bee.
Renee Preedom and Caroline Millan were in a world of their own Saturday, Jan. 24, checking off the soups they had already tried and searching for the next one that sounded tasty.
With the public’s help, seven local boys will experience American politics first-hand as they run for mock office in a “Laboratory of Government.”
Huntington Beach State Park is adding 50 state-of-the-art campsites behind Atalaya.
From January to April, Healthy Learners, a faith-based nonprofit that connects children to healthcare, will be partnering with Horry Georgetown Technical College in Myrtle Beach to provide dental...
Residents of Belle Isle have uncovered a new — or rather, old — piece of the plantation’s history recently with the uncovering of a tea garden dating back to the 1920s.
Among other things, the recent Georgetown City Council retreat on Jan. 24 revealed that all of the city’s employees – including the council – want to be paid more.
Charles Williams is getting nervous. He grips his hands tighter together while he talks, causing his knuckles to whiten. His voice lowers and his speech slows. If one were to look closely, they may...
The Coastal Carolina baseball program hosted its annual free clinic on Jan. 19, instructing a record turnout of more than 200 6- to 12-year-olds at the Ripken Experience Complex in Myrtle Beach.
Georgetown High’s wrestling team lost to region rival Myrtle Beach on Jan. 22 but bounced back to beat Military Magnet in the tri-match.
Carvers Bay’s girls basketball team had its No. 2 state ranking tested on Jan. 23 but held off region rival Hemingway, 45-42.
Can an entire region be summed up in just three words?
I knew something was wrong the minute I walked through the door. Isabelle was cussing up a blue streak. She was laying on her favorite chair making sounds that I didn’t know any living creature,...
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