Huntington Beach State Park set to reopen Oct. 28

Friday, October 21, 11:15 a.m.

Following Hurricane Matthew, Huntington Beach State Park personnel have been removing debris and repairing minor damage throughout the park in anticipation of the park’s reopening Oct.

Georgetown Unity Parade unites community against bullying UPDATED

Friday, October 21, 11:04 a.m.

Standing together against bullying, more than 300 orange-clad Unity Day parade participants marched through Georgetown’s historic district and gathered at Joseph Rainey Park Oct. 19, making...

Georgetown to host USDA loan seminar to tout affordable home loans, repairs

Friday, October 21, 9:33 a.m.

Low-income homeowners and prospective home-buyers have an opportunity to learn what, if any, federal assistance could be available to them in buying, or repairing, a home.

Spooky tours in Georgetown celebrate Halloween season

Friday, October 21, 7:01 a.m.

People who want to experience a spooky evening can listen to haunting tales and legends while being led through the historic streets of the third-oldest city in South Carolina.

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Most of us, if we were fortunate enough, grew up having a family doctor.

Volleyball roundup: Carvers Bay falls to Johnsonville

The Carvers Bay volleyball team returned to action on Oct. 18, and lost a hard-fought match 3-1 to Johnsonville.

Georgetown and Waccamaw tennis teams back in action

The girls tennis teams at Georgetown and Waccamaw high schools are trying to get back to normal in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

Chris Sokoloski column: The age of instant replay

There was a play during a Los Angeles Dodgers/Chicago Cubs game in the National League Championship Series where Adrian Gonzalez of the Dodgers seemed to have touched home plate ahead of the tag...

In brief: GHS golfers qualify for state

Georgetown High’s School’s girls golf team shot a 409 at the Lower State tournament this week, and qualified to compete for a state title on Oct. 24-25.

Georgetown woman charged with stealing more than $200K from former employer

A Georgetown woman was arrested, deputies said, after an audit indicated she had stolen more than $200,000 from a local real estate company.

Four arrested on drug charges in Georgetown

Agents with the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit and the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office executed a drug related search warrant Wednesday and arrested four people at 245 Jericho Court...

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Police: Georgetown restaurant owner jailed after threatening to ‘slice up’ passerby

Less than three weeks after a Front Street business-owner confronted a passing group of Black Lives Matter marchers outside of his store, he was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after...

Gardner: Hurricane Matthew took $150K toll on Georgetown

Although no lives were lost, Hurricane Matthew left a mark on the city of Georgetown, both on its streets and in its finances.

Murrells Inlet 2020 making strides on I2I Path

Murrells Inlet 2020 has taken another step forward in planning for the Inlet to Intracoastal Multipurpose Path, known as the I2I Path.

Pet up for adoption at Coastal Animal Rescue

Jeff is a 4-month-old orange tabby kitten that came to Coastal Animal Rescue as a stray.

Historic rice plantation near Georgetown to host ‘Legends and Lore’ event

Visitors to Hampton Plantation, south of Georgetown, on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 22, will be in for an eerie and mysterious adventure.

Plantersville Elementary School celebrates International Literacy Day

Plantersville Elementary School celebrated Literacy Day recently with a variety of projects.

Tidelands Health MUSC family medicine residency program earns accreditation

A new family medicine residency program at Tidelands Health earned initial accreditation Wednesday, Oct. 12, from the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education. The health system expects...

Georgetown County School District cancels classes

The Georgetown County School District has extended its closure after canceling classes earlier this week in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

Newspaper office open, but phone lines are still down

Offices at 615 Front St. for the Georgetown Times and South Strand News are open, but the phone lines have not been working on Monday, Oct. 10.

Roxie: Matthew Was No Saint

‘Say, Jim,” Roxie said to me, “why don’t we practice our advocacy skills and tell whoever names hurricanes to avoid the names of saints. Hurricane Matthew was no saint.

3 photographers being featured at Waccamaw Neck Branch Library in Pawleys Island

Waccamaw Neck Branch Library will showcase three different photographers this fall.

Janice Lee next author on Moveable Feast tour

Janice Y.K. Lee is the next author up on the Moveable Feast tour.

Schedule released for 2017 Wooden Boat Show

It’s that time of year again — time for the Georgetown Wooden Boat Show.

October events set for Hobcaw Barony

Hobcaw Barony’s upcoming programs include:

FBI moves to dismiss lawsuit over Charleston church shooting

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The FBI is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by survivors of the Charleston church shooting who say federal negligence enabled Dylann Roof to buy the...

Closed US restaurants, damaged homes: Matthew may cost $10B

For a storm that inflicted less damage than many had feared, Hurricane Matthew nevertheless impaired or destroyed more than 1 million structures, forced businesses from Florida to North Carolina...

Obama declares Hurricane Matthew ‘major disaster’ for South Carolina

President Barack Obama has declared Hurricane Matthew a major disaster for the state of South Carolina, a designation that brings the possibility of disaster assistance funds from the Federal...

Gov. Haley issues cyber scam warning

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