Murrells Inlet is a cleaner place after a cleanup effort on Sept. 13 called the Fall Haul, organized by Murrells Inlet 2020.
The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a man accused of voyeurism.
In Georgetown County, Rep. Ronnie Sabb won at the Georgetown County ballot box in the state Senate District 32 special election, Sept. 16.
The buck may stop with with the guy at the top, but in the City of Georgetown, it goes through the Finance Department.
An iconic Garden City Beach location is getting spruced up for its next adventure.
Rick Giusti and the Jensen community are made for each other.
Jim Wilkie, a longtime member of Murrells Inlet 2007 and Murrells Inlet 2020, has resigned from the board of directors, mostly for health reasons.
Murrells Inlet 2020 will offer information about the one-cent Capital Projects Sales Tax referendum on the November ballot at its Chowder Talk on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Waccamaw High School seniors Caroline Lalla and Jackson Stacy learned they made it to the semifinalist round for the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program on Sept. 10.
State Rep. Stephen Goldfinch responded angrily Sept. 12, to calls that he step down over allegations that a company he owned illegally sold stem cells.
Tom Ervin, who is running for governor as an independent conservative, says he can offer a better future for South Carolina than Gov. Nikki Haley or Democratic challenger Vincent Sheehan.
Georgetown County Sheriff Lane Cribb took a step on September 8, to reverse South Carolina’s decade-long standing of leading the nation in cases of domestic violence against women.
In final preparation for the opening of Palmetto Goodwill’s newest store in Georgetown, Palmetto Goodwill will be holding donation drives.
The map on the screen tells me we are flying above Panama, and I wonder who is below us in these foreign lands.
Paramedic/Firefighter Austin Bren, 28, travels from Mount Pleasant each day to get to work. A graduate of both the University of Arizona – with a BS in Business Administration and a minor in history...
A public hearing in the town of Andrews consisted of a reading of the fiscal year 2014-2015 Proposed Budget.
The Waccamaw Wildcats mastered the Georgetown Bulldogs at home September 10 in front of a record-breaking B-team crowd at Warrior Field in Pawleys Island.
The Carvers Bay volleyball team dominated region rival Green Sea-Floyds on Sept. 11.
Georgetown High gave up two touchdowns on turnovers but held off Waccamaw High 20-13 on Sept. 12.
Georgetown High School’s girls tennis team opened the season Sept. 9 against one of its toughest region rivals, St. James.