Kyle Walton, 49, of Georgetown has been a cop for 25 years. Growing up in Marcelline, Ill., a tiny, unincorporated community on the western border of the state, Walton moved to the area when his dad..
Recently, the Knights of Columbus, Council #3067, made a gift of a “Sure Hands Lift” to the Georgetown County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs.
Many people who fish along the South Strand are not too concerned about levels of mercury and other industrial pollutants that might be in certain types of fish.
In 1924, Hanno Lance bought a four-acre and an eight-and-a-half-acre parcel of land in the Dunbar community of Georgetown. Today, his family still owns the property.
It may have been raining outside, but inside the South Strand Recreation Complex the music was going strong, and the dress for the day was sandals, Hawaiian shirts, leis and summer chic.
David Elliott has his path marked out. He travels it four days a week, sometimes more, never less.
Hannah Blackwell is coming home – well, for a little while at least – and she’s bringing a film crew with her.
In celebration and promotion of women’s health, wellness and safety, a Murrells Inlet law office held a women’s safety event during its grand opening July 18.
There will soon be eight traffic lights on U.S. 17 in the Pawleys Island area.
A public charter school that has been housed in a wing of Waccamaw Middle School in Pawleys Island for two years may soon have a home of its own.
The Children’s Trust of South Carolina will be having a benefit gala and auction on Sat., Aug. 23 from 5 ot 11 p.m. at the Columbia Marriott.
The 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit, made up of 35 officers from area law enforcement agencies, conducted an operation Wednesday morning that resulted in several arrests.
Two people have been charged with Receiving Stolen Goods and Operating a Motor Vehicle Chop Shop in the Sampit Community, according to the Sheriff's Office.
For 14 Georgetown families, a newly renovated, affordable home is in their future.
When Terrell Lawrence packed up all of his belongings in 2006 after graduating from the University of South Carolina and drove to Los Angeles, he had no idea what would happen.
As the special election primary draws nearer, political signs endorsing candidates can again be seen scattered along roadways in Georgetown County.
The SC Gators ninth grade AAU boys’ basketball team placed fifth in the nation at the National Championship held in Little Rock, AR July 9-14.
The South Carolina Gators jammed the hopes of the New York New Heights this week, and brought the AAU Division I National Boys 13U championship trophy home to Pawleys Island.
The Georgetown County Belles softball team won the state championship on July 15 and will play in the World Series in Ponchatoula, LA.
We find it disheartening to read the comments some news stories elicit on Facebook. Most recently, but by no means the first time, the comments beneath the breaking news about an officer-involved...
My name is Tuesday F. and I have my opinion to share with the world about divorced parents with children. So, here it goes.
To the Editor: