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  1. Victim robbed while walking back to Myrtle Beach hotel on Ocean Boulevard

    Shortly after a dispute with his brother, a 27-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint while walking back to his Ocean Boulevard hotel room in Myrtle Beach, according to police records.The victim said he and his brother decided to spend the night in Myrtle Beach and visit Ocean Boulevard.

    Updated: Yesterday

  2. Registration for Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship closes Aug. 7

    Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, which markets golf along the Grand Strand, is continuing to accept entries into the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship tees off later this month, but the deadline is right around the corner, according to a news release.The weeklong tournament, which is contested at dozens of Grand Strand golf courses the last week of August, is closing registration on Aug. 7. Register at

    Updated: Yesterday

  3. Former Coastal Carolina standout Chad Hamilton no longer with Chicago Bears

    Another former Coastal Carolina football player’s NFL career has apparently ended.Chad Hamilton, who played offensive line for the Chanticleers, was signed by the Chicago Bears in April, but he has cut his playing days short.

    Updated: Yesterday

  4. Two vehicle accident claims the life of Little River man

    One person was killed in a two-vehicle accident on Highway 90 near Chelsey Lakes early Tuesday morning.According to Horry County Deputy Coroner Tony Hendrick, 39-year-old Rene Gustavo Villanueva Rodriguez of Little River was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident that occurred around 4:45 a.m.

    Updated: Yesterday

  5. Horry County police respond to residence of Sidney Moorer, woman charged

    Sidney Moorer said he heard a noise shortly after 3 a.m. Monday and realized it was someone trying to get in his front door.He got to the door, partially opened it, and a woman outside was demanding to come in, saying the people in the house should know who she was, Moorer said.

    Updated: Yesterday

Opinion Poll

Should some projects be dropped from RIDE III?

A six-person panel appointed by Horry County Council will be tasked with evaluating a list of RIDE III projects that were identified earlier this year by a committee. Part of the recommendations include spending $91 million to extend S.C. 31 and $25 million to buy rights-of-way for the proposed Southern Evacuation Lifeline. Should these projects be part of RIDE III? Choices are:

Total Votes: 19


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