||Melody Romero, 5, shares a secret with her great-grandma Jo Fick during Grandparent's Day at Waccamaw Elementary School. |
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Rep. Stephen Goldfinch says a Democrat can no longer be effective in the South Carolina House and he should return for a second term as representative from District 108.
A woman who was shot and killed by a deputy in Litchfield in July had been posting messages on Facebook all day saying she planned to kill herself. She was involved in a dispute over custody of her 3-year-old daughter.
The Coastal Montessori Charter School will receive a $6 million federal loan to buy and build on a campus between Hagley Estates and Allston Plantation. The charter board approved the agreement this week.
Principals say they don’t object to the Georgetown County School District’s plan to outsource substitute teachers as long as they can keep their current subs.
The Georgetown County Library will begin a year-long series of programs on the rice culture Sunday afternoon that will culminate in a festival in 2015.
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Hurricane Hugo created a new inlet that cut off the south end of Pawleys Island on Sept. 21-22, 1989. |
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George Blaylock lost a house on Pawleys Island, but gained a sailboat in Georgetown.
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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.