The Village Group and friends celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the community group in Plantersville on Saturday, April 18.
Even though Deborah Johnson didn’t plan on having a career in emergency response, for the past 24 years, she has done her part to help her fellow Georgetonians through some of the worst times of...
While cell phones and tablets have made the “selfie” photo popular, librarians at the Georgetown branch of Georgetown County Library have been busy perfecting their “shelfie.” One state agency took...
It may have been raining, but the poor weather did not keep supporters of the March of Dimes out of East Bay Park April 18.
Police are investigating a pair of alleged arsons that occurred early Friday morning in Murrells Inlet and Myrtle Beach.
County leaders have approved accommodations tax funding for 11 of 15 requests from local groups and organizations.
The 19th annual “Blessing of the Inlet” celebration will be held on Saturday, May 2, at Belin Memorial United Methodist Church from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Police have arrested a Murrells Inlet teen in connection with an armed robbery that resulted in the shooting of a convenience store clerk.
A team of Waccamaw Neck elementary and intermediate school students is off to St. Louis this week to join students from around the world at a robotics exhibition.
Another fast-food restaurant could be in Pawleys Island’s future at the corner of Petigru Drive and U.S. Highway 17.
Georgetown County Councilmen who represent parts of the Waccamaw Neck are now on a transportation adhoc committee that will make recommendations for improvements to that area of the county.
Miss Ruby’s Kids annual garden party fundraiser will be held April 26 at Kimbels at Wachesaw Plantation Club in Murrells Inlet.
After runners take off their sneakers from the Fast and Furriest 5k and shrimpers take off their boat shoes from the Blessing of the Fleet, the Georgetown Lunch Rotary Club is asking everyone to put..
Not standard issue
“You can’t see all wounds.”
Friends to the end
The IFA Redfish Tour and Kayak Tour returns to Georgetown County this week, and it’s not too late for the public to sign up to participate and possibly win big prizes, as well as bragging rights.
The fish tales are flying this week in Georgetown as the county is hosting the B.A.S.S. Nation Southern Divisional Championship.
Andrews High’s Desten Miller signed to play football for Methodist University on April 21.
Waccamaw High’s baseball team beat Marion and Andrews this week.
(Editor’s Note: Capt. Steve Roff is a new South Strand News columnist. The well-known fishing guide will offer columns about the people – and, yes, the fish – that can be found on – or in – local...
I finally met Hank. I had been hearing about him for several weeks.