- 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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Harvey Peeler Jr., president tof the S.C. Senate, has a bill awaiting debate in the House of Reprsentatives that would keep South Carolina on Daylight Saving Time year round. The Senate unanimously passed his bill in March. The House is set to debate it when members return in January. Polls show that a majority of people prefer to stop changing their clocks. That is why Peeler introduced Senate bill 11. Eight other states have already adopted Daylight Saving Time on a permanent basis but their action won’t be official unless the federal government allows it. If the federal government were to decide on one permanent time, which would you prefer? (Daylight Saving Time ends November 3. Don’t forget to set you clocks.)