A Surfside Beach woman has been arrested in connection with recent robberies in the area.
Fall sports may be in full gear, but it is only 138 days until the first pitch of the 25th annual International Paper Baseball Classic.
Georgetown County Fire/EMS is planning two events that will invite the public into Georgetown area fire stations.
Amidst concerns from the public surrounding planned upgrades to Broad Street as a gateway into Georgetown, the Georgetown Business Association (GBA) has endorsed the redesign.
Firefighters of all shapes and sizes, those who love them and many who want to be like them, gathered Oct. 9 at the headquarters of the Murrells Inlet Garden City Fire Department to celebrate Fire...
Numbers of homeless youth in the Grand Strand area have been on the rise in the last few decades.
About 30 residents of the International Club community near Murrells Inlet are learning about their handheld devices, especially iPads and iPhones.
Some Realtors in Georgetown County say a recent endorsement of a one-cent sales tax increase by the Coastal Carolina Association of Realtors (CCAR) does not represent their views.
Pawleys Island Town Council voted Oct. 14 to install cameras at the First Street beach access to monitor activity there.
Models representing businesses in the Hammock Shops Village of Pawleys Island walked the runway Oct. 11 to show off thier Pawleys Island style and raise money to help prevent breast cancer.
State Rep. Stephen Goldfinch and Vida Miller were both looking for votes at the Waccamaw Neck Council of Property Owners Associations annual meeting on Oct. 14.
The Andrews Town Council voiced concerns over debris pickup at its October meeting.
The Rotary Club of Georgetown presented checks totaling almost $16,000 at its Oct. 7 meeting.
After school, notes from The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” can be heard floating down the hallways of Georgetown High School.
The portraits of the 2014/2015 employees of the year were unveiled at the Oct. 7 Georgetown County School District board meeting.
The Georgetown High School Lady Bulldogs tennis team took to the courts for their final match of the season Oct. 9 at the DeBordieu Tennis Center.
Xavier Drayton of Carvers Bay and Mary Cooper Jordan of Georgetown grabbed the top spots in a cross country meet at Georgetown High School on Oct. 14.
Andrews High’s volleyball team needed to beat Lake Marion by at least seven points on Oct. 15 to secure third place in Region VII-AA.
St. James Varsity football came close to winning their homecoming game against Wilson High School Oct. 10. The final score of the game was 35-32.