Groundbreaking held for new Marsh Walk restaurant

Saturday, November 21, 10:11 a.m.

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.

Deputies: Georgetown man confessed to molesting 8-year-old girl

Friday, November 20, 1:09 p.m.

Deputies said a Browns Ferry community man has been arrested after an investigation indicated he fondled an 8-year-old girl.

Tidelands Health, MUSC to establish physician residency program

Friday, November 20, 10:05 a.m.

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.

DEU: Man wanted on drug charges involved in chase, crash

Thursday, November 19, 12:06 p.m.

Authorities were continuing to search for a Georgetown man who eluded capture during a vehicle chase that sped through central Georgetown earlier this week.

Georgetown advances to third round of playoffs

Georgetown beat Brookland-Cayce 33-13 on Friday night to advance to the third round of the Class AAA playoffs.

Column: Give peace a chance

I arrived home from a Georgetown High School football game on Nov. 13 to the horrifying news that terrorists had slaughtered more than 100 people in Paris.

Inlet man wins race at N.C. surf event

Steve Phillips of Murrells Inlet brought home a victory from the N.C. Surf to Sound Challenge and Blockade Runner Flatwater Championship in Wrightsville Beach earlier this month.

Football: St. James advances to second round of playoffs

The St. James football team made history on Nov. 13, winning the program’s first playoff game.

Georgetown school district employee found not guilty of assaulting student

It took a jury less than five minutes to find a Georgetown County School District employee not guilty of assaulting a special-needs student on a school bus.

Update: Pawleys Island police investigating alleged burglary on Myrtle Avenue

The Pawleys Island Police Department is investigating an alleged burglary that occurred Wednesday afternoon on Myrtle Avenue.

Georgetown sheriff’s office seeks help tracking alleged armed robbers

The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office has asked for the public’s help locating two men who allegedly robbed an Andrews night club at gunpoint earlier this month.

DEU: Georgetown man arrested on drug, other criminal charges

Authorities said a Georgetown man was arrested after a monthlong investigation into multiple criminal charges.

10th annual Turkey Trot planned for Brookgreen Gardens Saturday

The average American consumes 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving Day, so maybe it’s a good idea to take part in the 10th annual Turkey Trot Run and Walk for a little pre-holiday workout.

Georgetown County employees receive state awards

Georgetown County Public Services employees Herb Puckett and Tim Chatman were presented with top honors during the South Carolina Chapter of the American Public Works Association’s annual...

Murrells Inlet-Garden City Fire District faces $734K budget deficit

The Murrells Inlet-Garden City Fire District board of directors discussed raises for firefighters while looking at a $734,066 budget deficit for 2016.

Crepe Café coming to Inlet Square Mall

A reunion of sorts is taking place in Inlet Square Mall, and shoppers will be able to reap the rewards.

Crepe Café coming to Inlet Square Mall

A reunion of sorts is taking place in Inlet Square Mall, and shoppers will be able to reap the rewards.

Mercom Corp. in Pawleys Island certified to sell Amazon web services

Pawleys Island-based Mercom Corp. is now certified to sell Amazon Web Services as an AWS partner network standard consulting partner, channel reseller, and authorized government reseller.

Students of the Month named for November

November’s Georgetown High School Students of the Month are freshmen Dalton Foxworth and Ryan Drayton, sophomores Darrian Gardner and Meredith Shelley, junior Craig Thomas and senior Marcus...

Detour led Alberta Bratcher straight to a 50-year career at Georgetown Memorial

When Alberta Bratcher sets her mind to do something, she goes full throttle.

Robert Lamb column: Fair warning: This means y-o-u

I’m sorry to say that thievery has plagued my neighborhood of late, and wouldn’t you know it would begin just as I was preparing to go away for a few days?

SC unemployment falls to 5.6 percent, lowest since June 2007

South Carolina’s unemployment rate has fallen for the fifth month in a row.

South Carolina to reduce income tax withholdings

South Carolina plans to reduce the amount of money withheld for state income taxes, beginning in 2017.

Haley encourages donations to One SC Fund for flood relief

Earlier this week, Gov. Nikki Haley threw her support behind a fundraising effort geared toward providing flood recovery assistance for those who were not helped through governmental means.

Haley says she supports refuge for persecuted, not Syrians

Gov. Nikki Haley said Monday that she continues to support allowing persecuted immigrants to come to South Carolina — as long as they’re not from Syria.

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