Renovations for a state-of-the-art auditorium at Georgetown High School is two months ahead of schedule and should be ready in August for the 2014-15 school year, according to Mike Rolison, project...
On April 16, Georgetown County Sheriff’s investigators were notified, by Sheriff’s detention center personnel, about a possible threat to a local bank and school.
Insurance has always been one of the costliest items in the City of Georgetown’s annual budget and as the 2014-15 budget is being put together it seems the upcoming year will be no exception.
The sun’s warmth was not quite enough to dry the tears Sunday as one more name was officially added to the Lost at Sea Memorial at Morse Park Landing in Murrells Inlet.
Whether you are on North Kings Highway or South Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach, you are not on the original road that was given that name.
There are plenty of opportunities to eat, drink and be merry this year as a number of businesses have opened their doors in Garden City Beach and Murrells Inlet.
Augusta, Ga., has little on Murrells Inlet. Want azaleas? The Marsh Walk had them. How bout well-dressed golfers? Murrells Inlet was home to those too Saturday. Amen Corner – that was right behind...
Waccamaw High School’s 10th- and 11th-grade advanced Spanish classes used their critical thinking and social skills recently when they ventured outside their classroom to eat lunch at a local Mexican.
Pawleys Island Town Council remembered Mary McAllister, former council member, at its regular monthly meeting Monday night, April 14.
A unique group of experts gathered last week to begin a journey through the history of 16,000 acres on the southern peninsula of the Waccamaw Neck known as Hobcaw Barony – seeking to uncover the...
Excitement filled Tommy Smith Stadium at Georgetown High School Friday, as the annual South Carolina Area 9 Special Olympics games were held in nearly perfect weather conditions.
With the help of the Georgetown Library, two local teens have turned their love of books into a riveting mini movie, and won a national prize for the third time.
By Scott Harper
Once again, students from Carvers Bay High School were named South Carolina State Champions at the SkillsUSA competition in Greenville.
Georgetown resident Acie Burleson spent Palm Sunday sharing his faith by carrying a cross through the streets of the city. Carlson walked from South Island Road to the Walmart area and back. Although...
Georgetown High’s boys golf team is eyeing a spot in the Lower State team tournament.
Waccamaw High’s baseball team beat Mullins 15-0 on Monday night to clinch a playoff spot.
Former Howard, Winyah and Georgetown high schools baseball players from the past 40 years will be having a “Celebrating Georgetown Baseball Reunion” on Saturday at Mike Johnson Park from 11 a.m.
St. James coach Robbie Centracchio didn’t want to pitch to Georgetown’s Woody Woodall with the game on the line in the bottom of the seventh inning on Tuesday night.
With the successful year we've had, Miss Ruby's Kids has so many reasons to be proud. We are serving more families than ever before in our Parent-Child Home Program. The children in our Education...
Being a fourth generation Southerner (and beyond, according to my aunt’s geneology study), I was interested in syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker’s column today, titled “Southern charm.” South...
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