- Conway movie theater opens Thursday night
- Aynor grabs control of region with history-making victory over Dillon
- UPDATE: Virginia man drowns in swimming pool in Myrtle Beach
- Green Sea Floyds dominates Lake View
- CCU, Myrtle Beach making plans for downtown charter school
- Here’s what’s going on at this year’s Greek Festival
- New Third Avenue mural inspiration revealed
- New DIY studio opens in Surfside Beach
- Rezoning old mall near former theme park would pave way for storage business, retail and other possible uses
- Woman dies in single-vehicle wreck in Horry County
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- Out of the Darkness Community Walk in Myrtle Beach
- Aynor pulls off dramatic win over powerhouse Dillon
- Wilson beats North Myrtle Beach
- Myrtle Beach Open
- Myrtle Beach beats Hartsville
- Fin-Fest Tournament of Bands
- A few scenes from NMB's Irish Italian Fest on Saturday
- Myrtle Beach has the Victory Bell in the 41-9 win over Conway
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Last week Steve Robertson, publisher of this newspaper, wrote that significant development of the historic downtown district in Myrtle Beach could not take place until something is done withe the former site of the Myrtle Beach Pavilion. “I don’t see how any real progress and planning can be accomplished as long as Myrtle Beach has the gaping hole nearby that was once the Pavilion,” he wrote. “Redeveloping downtown goes hand-in-hand with repurposing the old Pavilion site.” Do you agree with his assessment of the situation? Choices are: