Why travel to Washington, D.C., to see a Smithsonian exhibit when you can stay right in Georgetown County?
Aviation Week in Georgetown County is in full swing.
The executive director of Saint Frances Animal Center has resigned.
Sonia Gay Smith, the woman accused of shooting and killing her husband inside their home in the Pleasant Hill area Aug. 8, refused to take a breath analyzer test the night of the incident, according...
Murrells Inlet 2020 agreed, Aug. 6, to team with Surfrider Grand Strand during the Chilympics, the Surfrider’s main fundraiser, scheduled for Oct. 12.
Josh Holt, three, may be excused if he’s a bit overwhelmed by the equipment his father, Ron Holt, uses to combat woodland fires throughout Georgetown County.
Growing up outside Wilmington, Ohio, Charlie Weaver, 49, of Murrells Inlet, served in the military before becoming a sheriff’s deputy.
Owners of Inlet Culinary Garden in Murrells Inlet, Kris Reynolds and Pete Gerace, help the public find ways to naturally control pests while growing healthy plants.
Coast RTA will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 20, to discuss changes to the 16 and 16 Express routes.
June was a big month for Ryan Crowley.
Carlethia Rudolph got her first up-close peek at The Library Center – Waccamaw last week, and she was nearly speechless.
A federal lawsuit against the City of Georgetown, the mayor and several city personnel has been dismissed in U.S. District Court.
When someone in the City of Georgetown takes out their trash, turns on the shower or flushes a toilet, they have the city Public Services Department to thank.
An Andrews man was killed as he was fishing in the Lamberttown community this morning.
An Andrews man and more than 20 children are hoping the public will donate to make their dream come true — turning an old house into their new karate school.
The husband and wife team of Stan and Bobbie Allen won the Inshore Fishing Association Redfish Tour event in Georgetown on Aug. 16.
A group of young Georgetown County mariners set sail Aug. 17 to bring help and hope to leukemia patients and their families by participating in the first annual Winyah Bay Regatta.
Carvers Bay High School’s volleyball team enters the season with a lot of young players, but rather than worry, head coach Kimberly Baker is excited.
From the islands of Hawaii to the local inlet and ocean, there is a new water sport gaining popularity.
Mojo, Isabelle and I were having our morning coffee, reading the paper, and discussing the news of the day.
To the Editor:
To the Editor: