COLUMBIA — South Carolina’s top prosecutor is warning utility customers not to fall victim to a telephone scam.
The Moorish castle-like structure that Anna Hyatt and Archer Huntington called home has been getting some new residents, albeit for a night rather than for a season.
With The Library Center - Waccamaw close to completion, the current Waccamaw Library will close its doors on Dec. 31.
The Commerce Trade Center has transformed itself into a one-stop shopping center for wellness.
Georgetown County School District may be readying to send out report cards with its students soon, but the district just received a report card of its own for its performance in the past year.
More than 170 people braved the cold temperatures on Nov. 14 for the Murrells Inlet 2020 Gala with the theme “A Lowcountry Evening at Sunnyside.”
Anne Malarich has been photographing “Nights of a Thousand Candles” at Brookgreen Gardens since it started.
Efforts to inform and educate the public about the Murrells Inlet estuary topped discussions at the Nov. 5 Murrells Inlet 2020 meeting.
Amid bagpipes and bands, Murrells Inlet veterans organizations honored their own Nov. 11, evoking the service members of the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard who performed in times of...
The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the suspects wanted in connection with a home invasion.
Chris Shaw has brought his family to Pawleys Island to spend some time with his parents.
The Town of Pawleys Island has made progress getting easements from homeowners for the underground wire project, but there are still a few holdouts.
Disabled veterans and their service dogs on Nov. 11 celebrated the official launch of Freedom Fidos, a nonprofit providing service dogs at no cost to disabled veterans and children.
Georgetown County children and their families took a trip back in time on Nov. 15 when the Georgetown County Museum hosted the program “Discovering Colonial Georgetown through Hands-On History.”
A new kind of theatrical performance is coming to Georgetown this holiday season.
Christmas is a mere six weeks away and the Marines are once again making sure that needy children have a happy holiday.
Waccamaw High School’s varsity football season ended on Nov. 14, as the Warriors were trounced 56-0 by the undefeated Dillon Wildcats, the defending Class AA, Division 1 champions.
Waccamaw High School’s Ali DeSpain captured her first high school state championship Nov. 11 at Cayce Tennis Center in Columbia during the Class AA-A individual girls state tennis finals.
The Waccamaw High School media center was jam-packed with friends and family, as Lady Warriors softball standout Emily Heimberger on Nov. 13 signed her letter of intent to continue her softball...
Noel Cassidy, catcher for St. James softball, signed with Lees-McRae College on Nov. 14.
With the holidays fast approaching, it can be tempting to put your health on the back burner and indulge in all the fixings of a holiday meal. Before you dig into that second piece of pecan pie, keep...
Isabelle and I were catching up on our reading. We read lots of newspapers from all over. We like the feel of newsprint. Sometimes it’s a challenge catching up on the news with Isabelle. When she...
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