The South Strand Optimist Club held its’ second annual “Recognition of Public Safety Officers” Program at its’ monthly meeting on Nov. 20 at …
Williamsburg Technical College (WTC) has rolled out six online courses for spring semester.
AP — The University of South Carolina has agreed to sell a 1,500-acre Lowcountry coastal plantation for the $4 million asking price.
100 Years Ago
A deputy met an 18-year-old Andrews man in the Georgetown Memorial Hospital emergency room around 5 a.m. Nov. 16.
County Planners are recommending an amendment to the Georgetown County Zoning Map for a property near Walmart in Georgetown.
The Friends of the Georgetown Library will again sponsor their annual Yuletide Tour of Homes.
Sharon Huber walked into Mae McKnight’s home on Christmas Day in 2003 and told her she didn’t like the way her Christmas tree was decorated.
AP — Clemson’s unprecedented five-game losing streak to its most-hated rival is impossible for the No. 23 Tigers to ignore.
Waccamaw High School beat Georgetown 61-52 on Nov. 26 to claim third place in the Steel-Town Shootout.
In addition to spending time with family and enjoying yearly traditions, the holidays bring an upset to many people’s schedules. Many forgo healthy meals for holiday favorites and skip out on a regular exercise routine to travel or enjoy time with house guests.
Williamsburg Technical College’s Workforce Development Department will host a symposium for active duty and retired military personnel on Thurs., Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the College’s auditorium.
Your calendar for November was almost certainly filled with important dates to remember.
A vote on increasing the fire millage cap on the Murrells Inlet-Garden City Fire District is most likely going back on the agenda.
AP — South Carolina prosecutors are warning their offices don’t have enough money to keep up with thousands of criminal cases waiting for trial, leaving victims to wait for justice and increasing the risk suspects will commit additional crimes while free on bail.
The Georgetown Library is offering a Lunch Money workshop on retirement planning Thur., Dec. 4, at noon. The popular Lunch Money workshops last one …
East Cooper Land Trust is excited to announce the permanent protection of Thornhill Farms.
Volunteers help make kids’ lives better
More than 500 fourth-graders from Georgetown, Dorchester, Florence and Charleston counties learned the role of forests in their everyday lives when …
This season, many Georgetown and Horry counties seniors who are alone or impoverished will receive some holiday cheer thanks to the Be a Santa to a Senior® program.
South Carolina’s two biggest universities are once again asking the Legislature for millions in new state funding while sitting on far-larger reserves.
Just in time for the holidays, Georgetown Hospital System dietitians are leading a free supermarket tour Tuesday, Dec. 2, at the new Lowes Foods in Pawleys Island.
Brookgreen Gardens two indoor exhibits will be on display daily Fri., Nov. 28 to Sun., Jan. 4, 2015 and are free with garden admission.
North Atlantic right whales are returning to the Southeast for calving season and federal and state officials in three states are urging mariners to use caution.
Boys varsity basketball coach Jeff Mezzatesta and the Carvers Bay High School community hosted the annual Bear Jam on Nov. 17 and 18. Thirty-two boys …