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WASHINGTON (AP) — Acting with exceptional resolve in an extraordinary time, the House rushed President Donald Trump a $2.2 trillion rescue package Friday, tossing a life preserver to a U.S. economy and health care system left flailing by the coronavirus pandemic.

Candidates for local, state and federal elections are filing for many offices.

Pawleys Island Town Council took just five minutes Saturday, March 21 to approve an emergency resolution and ordinance for a State of Emergenc…

Emily Cegledy of Pawleys Island announced on Friday, March 20 that she is running as the Democratic challenger for the SC Senate seat for the …

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Get outside! That’s an idea many people embrace. With the “social distancing” and nationwide concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, right now i…

Coronavirus is just a cold, some say. Oftentimes, that’s true. But when you consider the new strain that’s got the world’s attention, it’s a l…

The Georgetown County School Board held a special meeting Monday, March 16 to discuss the next steps in preparing for the closure of schools i…

Following a similar recent trip to the Los Angeles Police Department, on March 6, the Andrews Police Department greeted Rodney Smith Jr. and h…

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Should state beaches be closed during the COVID-19 crisis?

Governor McMaster has issued executive orders to close dine-in services for restaurants, all state parks, and for visitors from 'hot spots' states to self quarantine. Some Georgetown County citizens are wondering whether the beaches should be closed.

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