David Leland Yelton, 28 years old of 306 New River Road, Myrtle Beach, has been arrested in relation to the recent string of robberies of fast food restaurants on the Waccamaw Neck.
A two-month crime spree may have come to an end early this morning after law-enforcement officials arrested a 28-year-old Myrtle Beach man who they say robbed a series of restaurants at gunpoint.
More than 250,000 gallons of wastewater was spilled on Front Street Dec. 15 after a wastewater main break caused a sanitary sewer overflow.
Georgetown County leaders hope at least $9 million in federal funding for the Georgetown Port dredging project will be included in a fiscal year 2015 appropriations bill, but, as of yet, neither U.S.
Hobcaw House is abuzz with activity this week as staff and volunteers prepare for the annual Plantation Christmas. “We are trying to convey, interpret and explain how the holidays were celebrated in...
County leaders have taken the next step in levying a one-cent sales tax for capital projects approved by Georgetown County voters on Nov. 4.
The Murrells Inlet Garden City Fire District is expected to approve its first deficit budget Monday, Dec. 15 after a 5:30 p.m. public hearing.
While Inlet Square Mall now has a new management company, major changes to the regional shopping center — with the exception of Planet Fitness, which is scheduled to open in January — are months away.
The Beaver Bar went to the animals and the kids on Nov. 29, as SC-C.A.R.E.S. put on its fundraiser, bringing gifts for the animals together with the people who care.
Beach erosion is occurring more slowly on South Strand beaches than elsewhere along the East Coast, but rising sea levels pose a long-range threat to beachfront homes and other structures in...
The 2014 debut of Brookgreen Gardens’ Nights of A Thousand Candles was a rousing success.
Reaching out his hand for a firm handshake, Jon Angell was all smiles as a dozen or more workers scurried around his new eatery, J Peters Grill & Bar, in Pawleys Island.
The “Lights of Love” tree is shining bright again, and Georgetown Hospital System’s Auxiliary is offering the public an opportunity to participate in its annual holiday fundraiser.
Sixty-four years after her first graduation from Limestone College, Georgetown’s Virginia Bruorton Skinner went through commencement exercises at the college again last week, this time as a guest of..
Georgetown County coaching legend Tommy Smith Sr. was inducted into the S.C. Football Coaches Hall of Fame Dec. 12.
Capt. Melvyn Garrett’s father was a state trooper, and that’s where Andrews’ new police captain’s desire for law enforcement began.
The Carvers Bay girls and boys basketball teams had a win and a loss on the road Dec. 9, as they traveled to Pawleys Island to face off with the Waccamaw Warriors.
Georgetown High School’s Michael Billings was named the Offensive Player of the Year in Region VII-AAA.
Thirty YMCA/USA Wahoos made their presence known in Columbia at the YCSC December Invitational. The boys placed second overall, the girls placed third overall, and the combined team placed third...
Georgetown High’s wrestling team was dominated by St. James and lost a hard-fought match to Berkeley at home on Dec. 9.
The Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce will host its 2015 Legislative Breakfast on Thursday, Jan. 8 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at Lands End Restaurant, 444 Marina Dr. in Georgetown.
It wasn’t the huge fish jumping out of the roof that caught the eye of passersby at The Litchfield Fish House Restaurant but a Viet Nam era Huey UH-1H helicopter parked next to the front door.
Lawmakers want Coast Guard to not close facilities