As elementary school students across the Georgetown County School District head back to full-time, face-to-face instruction on March 1 — with their counterparts in middle and high schools joining them on March 8 — there are significantly different perspectives as to whether the district is truly ready for the instructional model change.

As the new victim’s advocate for the Georgetown Police Department, Taneya Chandler wants to use her own experience with loss as well as her passion for community outreach to ensure no victims of a crime in the city ever feel the way she did after her miscarriage.

When I began conducting parenting and family life classes and workshops years ago, I promoted them from a base at Coastal Carolina University. I often got the question, “what’s a parenting cla…

The great citizens of these United States of America have fallen into a trap of thinking that they must work endlessly to may foolish purchases. For some reasons, we have become insatiable peo…

As the Georgetown County School District started the 2020 school year completely virtually, teachers still made their way into the classroom — giving them more space to teach and to get comfortable ahead of when the district’s hybrid students return to campus in the near future.



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