Property owners in Georgetown County who rent to tourists will soon be penalized if they fail to pay a three-percent accommodations tax.
Fathers who have just been released from jail, are homeless, unemployed, never graduated from high school or are recovering drug addicts may think they can never have a relationship with their...
Coastal Montessori Charter School will be located at Allston Plantation in Pawleys Island.
Seventeen-year-old Shea Thomas surpassed her goal of raising $5,000 for the Coastal SC Chapter of the American Red Cross Sept. 27, at a fundraiser she hosted at her family’s home in Pawleys Island.
A group that includes St. James High School students and staff has put the moves on Ellen DeGeneres.
Pitching tents, cooking food over an open fire, fishing, crabbing, kayaking, and spending quality time with family are all part of the Palmetto Campout at Huntington Beach State Park.
Georgetown County Council is sending a setback issue back to the Planning Commission for review and a possible amendment to the zoning ordinance regarding rear yard setback requirements.
Dawud Aswad, 24, of Murrells Inlet, has a tragic connection with the comic book character Spider Man.
The Nature Conservancy of South Carolina officially opened the Larry Paul Hiking Trail on Sandy Island Preserve Sept. 18, with a ribbon-cutting celebration and 2-mile hike around the trail.
Nearly 19 months after fire consumed his real estate office in Litchfield, Jimmy Smith is putting the finishing touches on his new office.
Joe Palombi Jr. has always wanted to be just like his dad.
New landscaping and new parking are planned for Screven Street and Easy Bay parks, respectively.
Behind the City of Georgetown are about 150 employees picking up trash, fixing electric lines and patrolling the streets in police cars.
The portrait of former Mayor Tom Rubillo will be replaced in City Hall.
Students from The Georgetown School traveled to Hobcaw’s Clam Bank on Sept. 19 to help clean the waterways.
The Waccamaw High boys swim team dominated the Waccamaw Autumn Splash on Sept. 27 at the Georgetown County Family YMCA.
An apparent lose-then-win pattern for the St. James High School varsity football team is evolving.
Georgetown High couldn’t find the end zone against Loris on Sept. 26 and lost for the first time this season.