Janee Powers, a single mother of two and a full-time student, said Helping Hands of Georgetown made her Thanksgiving Day a lot less stressful.
Food Lion has issued a recall for celery products in several stores — several of which are in Georgetown County — citing a possible E. coli contamination.
Although the historic rain and flooding of early October may have worked its way out of everyday conversation, many in South Carolina are still reeling from its effects.
Marcus Frazier of Georgetown can now drive to work – the night shift at Lowes Foods in Pawleys Island – and take his kids to school, thanks to Helping Hands of Georgetown and a local...
A feisty and determined Andrews High School varsity basketball team held off the Georgetown High School Bulldogs to capture the championship game and win the 22nd Annual Bulldog Shoot-Out...
Drug enforcement agents said that a fugitive’s discovery also resulted in the arrest of four county residents on drug-related charges.
One day after a Georgetown man was arrested on a weapons charge, he was served with four additional warrants charging him with alleged drug activity.
Deputies said a Browns Ferry community man has been arrested after an investigation indicated he fondled an 8-year-old girl.
Authorities were continuing to search for a Georgetown man who eluded capture during a vehicle chase that sped through central Georgetown earlier this week.
Within minutes of filing for the exits after taking in Georgetown High School football game, Lt. Marc Smith was on the ground delivering hundreds of volts of electricity to a complete...
In 1979, shortly after graduating from the University of South Carolina’s law school and returning to his hometown of Sumter, a young man answered an early morning call from a worried...
Andrews residents fed up with trash not being collected in their town for more than two weeks demanded that the town take immediate corrective action during the Nov. 19 regular town council...
Years ago, Georgetown Fire Department Chief Joey Tanner began presenting retirees with a ceremonial ax, which bears the department’s seal on its head, to honor their service.
A small dig of history was made Nov. 13 as ground was broken for The Claw House, the first restaurant to be built from the ground up since the Marsh Walk opened in 1998.
Officials with Tidelands Health say a plan to establish a three-year residency program at its Georgetown County hospitals is a landmark moment for the healthcare system.
A reunion of sorts is taking place in Inlet Square Mall, and shoppers will be able to reap the rewards.
Isabelle and I were relaxing on the porch after a hectic Atlanta trip to welcome a new member of our family — our fourth, and probably last grandchild, a girl, was born early.
State troopers say they will be out in force on South Carolina roads over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Donald Trump is returning to South Carolina for a campaign stop along the Grand Strand.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley wants the U.S. Department of Agriculture to speed up crop insurance payments to farmers who lost their harvests because of last month’s historic flooding.
An upstate Islamic group has taken to the streets of Greenville to condemn the attacks on Paris.