|| Josie Weiss, 5, gets a taste of Gin-Gin's Soup, made at Hopsewee Plantation, from her mother Kaye Weiss during Souper Bowl XV, a benefit for Habitat for Humanity. For the recipe, click here. |
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Georgetown County could face up to $10 million in claims from property owners in a failed development who can’t build on their lots, according to the attorney for four of the owners.
The last thing the town of Pawleys Island needs is more money. A bill pending in the state legislature would let municipalities add a penny to their local accommodations tax to help fund beach nourishment projects.
Coach Joel Banta looks across the wide expanse of grass at the Stables Park playing fields and visualizes it filled with soccer players.
With three Congressmen in three years, residents of Waccamaw Neck couldn’t be blamed if they felt disconnected from their representative in Washington.
That’s hardly been the case, thanks to the Keegan factor.
Two county officials were perplexed at being singled out in the county’s annual audit and listed as “significant deficiencies.”
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Kati Jagger cycles through France. The former WHS graduate is completing a doctorate in London. |
It seems like a perfect fit for someone completing a doctorate in Anglo-Saxon literature. A chance to help resurrect a “lost classic.”
Mindy McVay and Tracy Hanna Foye have spent their careers making other people’s houses beautiful. Now they want to teach people their secrets.