072017 Coastal Observer July 20, 2017 News for Pawleys Island, Litchfield and Murrells Inlet http://www.coastalobserver.com Roads: Kings River widening still on project list A project that officials say will never be built is also one that they are reluctant to put to rest. A proposal to widen Kings River Road and Willbrook Boulevard to four lanes is among Georgetown County’s list of projects for a regional transportation plan now under review. http://www.coastalobserver.com/articles/2017/072017/1.html Planning: Study claims little impact from grocery traffic A new grocery store on Highway 17 in Pawleys Island won’t add to traffic problems, according a study prepared by the developer for Georgetown County. http://www.coastalobserver.com/articles/2017/072017/2.html Family Justice Center: Co-director steps down for sabbatical Beverly Kennedy has worked a variety of jobs since she was 16 years old, but after stepping down from her position as co-executive director of the Family Justice Center in Georgetown at age 75, she may be making one of her biggest career changes yet: taking a sabbatical. http://www.coastalobserver.com/articles/2017/072017/3.html Safety: Seniors most vulnerable for cyber criminals It can happen to anyone. In 2012, the state Department of Revenue was the victim of a cyber crime. http://www.coastalobserver.com/articles/2017/072017/4.html Theater: Musical comedy spells its cast No spell check? Egads. Spelling is the challenge for the Swamp Fox Players appearing in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” http://www.coastalobserver.com/articles/2017/072017/5.html Sports: With football camp, WHS family reaches out to moms Powder Puff rules did not apply. The participants in Waccamaw High’s inaugural Moms Football Camp were there to experience first-hand some of what their sons have gone through to prepare for the 2017 season. http://www.coastalobserver.com/articles/2017/072017/6.html