||County Administrator Sel Hemingway, standing center, explains that the county is now looking at a range of solutions to traffic problems on Willbrook Boulevard. |
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A proposed roundabout on Willbrook Boulevard is a contentious issue, and County Administrator Sel Hemingway was the first to go negative at a public meeting this week.
A powerful earthquake in Nepal might have been just another international news blurb for most people, but it hit close to home for Paul and Susan Huray of DeBordieu Colony.
Chinese investors have purchased five Pawleys Island golf courses for $8.7 million, becoming one of Georgetown County’s biggest property taxpayers.
The new Waccamaw Neck summary court facility at Litchfield Exchange is a far cry from the facilities magistrates used just a few years ago.
A graduate of “the university of doo-wop-ology” will be the premiere performer at the 25th annual Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art.
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Inge Ebert feeds the birds at Brookgreen Gardens while leading a Mother Nature’s Café tour. |
Tanya Ackerman/Coastal Observer
Brookgreen volunteer shares the stage with animals at zoo
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A refurbished Pawleys Island Plaza is nearing reality with the opening this week of its anchor store, a Publix grocery.