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WHS football: Warriors upset Carvers Bay 21-8

Kelton Grant provided the opening and closing shots, and the Waccamaw defense added the mettle that fueled the Warriors 21-8 upset of visiting Carvers Bay in Friday's home opener. Read more...

Child’s play: Doc Lachicotte tries out the slide at the renovated playground in the Hammock Shops. It was dedicate to Lachicotte, the former owner of the complex, at a surprise ceremony Sunday.
Tanya Ackerman/Coastal Observer


Politics: Campaigns trade final barbs in House race

Incumbent Stephen Goldfinch and challenger Vida Miller are leaving no stones unturned in their race for the District 108 seat in the South Carolina House of Representatives. Read more...

Politics: District 108 candidates address the issues

Stephen Goldfinch and Vida Miller talk about infrastructure, environment, education, health care and tax reform. Read more...

Election 2014: Statewide races and local tax on the ballot

For an “off year” election, next Tuesday’s ballot will present South Carolina voters with plenty of choices. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Read more...

Pawleys Island: Navy vessel leaves questions in its wake

Pawleys Island police are used to calls about mysterious lights. Mystery ships are another matter. Read more...

Theater: In a season for costumes, one that grows on you

How does your garden grow? With plastic pipe, 1-inch foam, pop rivets and wire. Not to mention duct tape. Read more...

Opinion: Readers write about the 2014 election

Letters to the editor about the candidates and the issues. Read more...


Sam and Brooks Hamilton will open their kitchen for the tour next weekend.
Tanya Ackerman/Coastal Observer

Nonprofits: Historic homes add flavor to kitchen tour fundraiser

Susan Moses of Highmarket Street in Georgetown was still touching up the paint last week on her redesigned kitchen as she prepared to host visitors Nov. 8 as part of the third annual kitchen tour for the benefit of Miss Ruby’s Kids, a family literacy organization that began serving at-risk toddlers and their families in 2003 Read more ...


Moe's Original Bar B Que: Vacations lead couple to business start-up

Litchfield will get a new barbecue restaurant later this month when Moe’s Original Bar B Que opens on Highway 17 near the entrance to the Waccamaw Regional Tennis Center and the Bridges of Litchfield subdivision. Read more...

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