Several drama and musical theater students at St. James High School near Murrells Inlet won numerous awards at a recent theater festival.
A Murrells Inlet businessman who also makes his home in the inlet is taking on “Big Oil” — and right here on the South Strand.
The first thing you notice about Marybeth Hermann is her eyes. They are the color of the clear April sky — shining blue — the blue that cuts right through you.
After a decade of planning, and months of delays, Santee Cooper's project to move power and cable television lines on Pawleys Island underground began on March 1.
Words of praise and tears of love mingled Feb. 21 during the 13th annual Hall of Fame inductions at the Burgess Community Center.
Members of the Greater Burgess Community Association on Feb. 19 heard Al Hitchcock, Tom Swatzel and other people involved in the push to increase the fire millage in their area from 10 to 14 mills...
Murrells Inlet 2020 kicked off its newest fund-raising event called Restaurant Roadshow at the Wicked Tuna on Monday, Feb. 23.
Georgetown County Sheriff’s Investigators are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a stolen custom cooking grill.
Twenty-five restaurants and individuals will be serving up every kind of chili imaginable at the 3rd Annual Island Bar and Grill, Midway Fire Rescue and IAFF Local 3671 Chili Cook-Off Sunday, March 1.
The state could decide within weeks whether to buy a new school boat to transport students to and from Sandy Island or hire someone else to do provide transportation.
The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects wanted in connection with credit card fraud.
Most people go to the library to look at books, but Donald Dennis said he’s sure from now on kids will be flocking to the Waccamaw Neck Branch of the Georgetown County Library for its technology.
In 1990 a couple of baseball coaches got together and decided to bring some of the best teams in South Carolina to Georgetown for an early season tournament.
Faced with an impending 15 percent increase in health insurance premiums, Georgetown City Council once again has to decide what to do about its employee benefits plans. If it continues its spending...
Georgetown County is one step closer to creating a joint county industrial park to accommodate an expansion by Simpson Lumber Co., which currently has a mill in Georgetown.
Georgetown’s East Bay Park may have two new exercising amenities, after two community volunteers presented the City Council with their ideas for park projects.
Here are the schedules for the 2015 International Paper Baseball Classic and Coastal Invitational tournaments.
It was Old-Timers Day at Warrior Field on Feb. 21.
Organizers of the International Paper Baseball Classic have been bringing the best teams in South Carolina to Georgetown for a quarter of a century, and this year is no different.
Carvers Bay High’s girls basketball team lost, 63-54, to Latta High in the Class A Lower State final on Saturday morning in the Florence Civic Center.