The word is out and it's a good one.
A divided Georgetown City Council defeated a controversial measure to make city elections nonpartisan, after two council members labeled the measure an effort to suppress the black vote in Georgetown...
Sometime before June 1, Donna Hooks, the only principal Burgess Elementary School has ever known, will close the door to her office and call it a career — at least for a couple of days.
Clif Smith has fired the first public road salvo in the race for Horry County Council’s District 5.
The Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments has a bunch of bus shelters it is trying to give away.
Students who would like to learn the basics of sailing and sailing safety can now sign up for week-long summer camps in Georgetown.
Vermelle “Bunny” Rodrigues, a human encyclopedia of African American history, and her husband, Andrew, a trove of knowledge himself, have opened the first authentic Gullah Museum in Georgetown.
Restaurant patrons on Front Street will now be able to drink their beverages in glass containers.
The Waccamaw Invitational returns to Warrior Field at Waccamaw High School on Friday and Saturday.
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.
Mojo, Isabelle the cat, and I were discussing the latest news.
I love glitter. I love glitter nail polish. I love glitter paint. I love glitter on my clothes. I even love edible glitter. I do not think there is ever enough glitter.
To the Editor: