With Election Day less than two weeks away, State Rep. Stephen Goldfinch and Vida Miller continue to trade barbs in the House District 108 race.
Residents of the Waccamaw Neck had a chance to hear from county officials Oct. 20 about a proposed one-cent sales tax for capital projects.
Theresa Trivette, MSN, RN, has been named associate vice president for quality, evidence-based care and transformation for Georgetown Hospital System.
The process for leasing spaces at the Litchfield Exchange Mall, owned by Georgetown County, could soon be easier.
Lee’s Inlet Kitchen is the featured restaurant that will participate in “Dining For a Cause” to benefit Miss Ruby’s Kids on Thurs., Oct. 30. Located in Murrells Inlet at 4460 US 17 Business, diners..
The Waccamaw Warrior football team sacked the Aynor Blue Jackets to put the crowning touch on homecoming festivities Oct. 17 at Waccamaw High School.
Ben Shaw, 26, of Murrells Inlet was introduced to the fire service by a good friend while attending Ridgewood High School in Ohio.
A Surfside Beach woman has been arrested in connection with recent robberies in the area.
A group that has opposed the median project on US 17 in Pawleys Island since September 2012 is giving up on pursuing legal action to halt the project.
A property owner of a 1.5-acre parcel of land in the Pawleys Island community will not say what he plans to build if his land is rezoned from General Residential to Neighborhood Commercial.
The oldest tournament archery club in South Carolina played host to some of the youngest archers in Georgetown and Horry counties on Oct. 18 at the Fall Archery for Kids Day at the Sandune Archery...
Carvers Bay Middle School’s Evelyn Grayson always knew she wanted to be a teacher.
On Oct. 18 around 3:20 a.m., Andrews Police responded to a burglary in progress at 302 N. Morgan Ave.
Droves of people walked the streets of Georgetown Oct. 18 and 19 as the 25th annual Wooden Boat Show took over Front Street.
It’s not often you’ll find a production company filming at a small feed store in the middle of nowhere, but it does happen.
The Waccamaw Warriors varsity football team is looking like a strong contender for the Region III-AA playoffs after powering past the Aynor Blue Jackets 34-6 in an Oct. 17 homecoming game at Warrior..
St. James High School fell 31-38 to undefeated Myrtle Beach High School on Oct. 17.
Carvers Bay couldn’t find the end zone on Oct. 17 and lost 14-0 to Lake View.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott released the following statement regarding travel restrictions from Ebola-stricken nations in West Africa. Scott is a member of both the Senate Commerce, Science and...
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