- Former Conway restaurant manager gets 10-year sentence for enslaving intellectually disabled man
- Snider out as Loris football coach
- Live Grand Strand election results
- Company owned by North Myrtle Beach city councilor sued over rabid bat allegations
- Why is this Kentucky man pushing a globe across the Grand Strand?
- Myrtle Beach follows Knox's lead to playoff win following Doty injury
- CCU changes class schedule ahead of Thursday's nationally televised football game
- Swingers club rejected, owner sets sights on county
- One dead, one taken to hospital after Horry County wreck
- Cancer delayed her basketball career. She rebounded to become one of CCU’s best
- Scenes from the Conway Snowball Drop
- Horry County Service Day in Socastee
- Carolina Forest beats Cane Bay High School 42-7
- Myrtle Beach beat Lakewood 63-31
- American Heart Association Beach Ride
- Ark Plantation
- Walk to End Alzheimer's
- Carolina Forest beat Conway 42-13 taking the region title
- Let's Stop the Violence event at Myrtle Beach High School
- Grand Strand Humane Society's Walk for the Animals in Myrtle Beach
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Horry County residents will get a chance to share their views about a potential ban on plastic bags. Keep Horry County Beautiful, a county committee that promotes litter reduction, plans to survey residents later this year about the single-use bags and whether the county should ban them. County leaders had expressed an interest in such a policy earlier this year, but later backed away from it. Keep Horry County Beautiful leaders hope that if their survey shows enough people support a bag ban, that data will spur Horry County Council members to action. Do you think Horry County Council should ban single-use plastic bags?