City and county leaders previewed upcoming economic development projects and spoke on the need for partnerships with state and federal officials.
The holidays wouldn't be complete without a delicious meal to share with family and friends. A holiday roast is often the centerpiece of festi…
The holidays are a time to spend with friends and family. Celebrating and entertaining are large components of what makes Thanksgiving, Christ…
Starbucks continues to expand inside the Grand Strand market, this time with a spot in a growing section of Little River.
Myrtle Beach International Airport has implemented programs over the years to make the experience of flying smoother for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A Georgetown-based design and manufacturing company continues to grow 26 years after its founding, this time with a $18 million investment that is expected to create nearly 100 new jobs.
Surfside Beach officials recently announced a long-time Grand Strand ice cream staple will open a location on the under-construction town’s pier slated to open sometime next spring.
The Waccamaw girls tennis team defeated Chapman, 5-1, to win the AAA girls tennis state title on Nov. 5 at the Dr. Eddie Floyd Tennis Center in Florence.
Jimmy Noonan is stepping down from his roles as football head coach and athletic director at Georgetown High School.
Coastal Carolina sprinter Melissa Jefferson was named the 2021-22 Sun Belt Conference Female Athlete of the Year on Oct. 27.
Georgetown native and Carvers Bay High School product Byron Young was named the SEC defensive lineman of the week for the week of Oct. 10 for his performance in then-No. 8 Tennessee's road win over then-No. 25 LSU on Oct. 8.
As we celebrated National Rural Health Day on Nov. 17 this year, we were reminded that a strong community is rooted in its people.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, offering an important reminder to support the 197,000 South Carolina caregivers.
The 14.5 acre county property in Parkersville that was purchased to create a Technology Park never came to fruition. The zoning was changed from Forest and Agriculture to a Commercial Planned …
Mitigating flooding has been a constant topic of conversation in the Waccamaw River watershed for the past several years. As the Waccamaw Riverkeeper, it has been a challenge to determine our …