Today's e-Edition

The October 18, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Owners hope rezoning will help bring new life to old mall, County provides timeline for approving new flood maps, ECHS earns best district high school scores, Fun run on new trail, Trunk or Treat planned in The Forest, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The October 11, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Proposed Scholars Academy changes spark concerns, Horry County Council kicks in money for bowl game, County leaders consider privatizing rec centers, Beautify Carolina Forest volunteers talk trash every day, etc. Read more

The October 4, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes S.C. 31 bridge repaired, road still expected to open this fall, ‘It puts some restored faith in the world’, Catch the spirit at CFHS Homecoming, Ocean Bay Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School, etc. Read more

The September 20, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes In wake of DUI arrest, Heniford resigns from Horry County school board, Local leaders still looking to redevelop Grainger plant site, DOT aims to raise U.S. 501, Carolina Forest student continues to excel, etc. Read more

The September 13, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Council set to vote on buying land for S.C. 31 interchange, School district announces make-up days, Dorian doesn’t cause widespread damage along Grand Strand, Search begins for the next Panther Idol, etc. Read more

The August 23, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Debate over golf course redevelopment heats up, County identifies funding source for S.C. 31 interchange land, After losing hand to cancer, teen still able to march in band, Horry County Council approves three-year contra… Read more

The August 2, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County preparing for population boom, Collapsed Conway building had been approved for rehab work, Father, son killed in Forestbrook bingo hall shooting honored during vigil, Council, Gosnell reach tentative deal, etc. Read more

The July 26, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Group begins casino research in South Carolina, County leaders start contract negotiations with Gosnell, Advocate aims to launch support group for people with disabilities, Carolina Forest residents urging Santee Cooper to … Read more

The July 19, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Judge’s latest order answers some questions in hospitality fee case, but not others, Two years behind schedule, S.C. 31 extension projected to be finished by fall, New ROES principal returns to Horry County, etc. Read more

The July 5, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County, cities continue sparring over hospitality fee, How seven years of therapy led to a new drive-in movie theater near Longs and Tabor City, Councilmen: Developer eyes Carolina Forest golf courses, etc. Read more

The June 21, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes SLED investigating Horry County Council on Aging’s finances, County looks at new rules to crack down on reckless shooting, A fight to save cats and dogs, AAST graduates win state filmmaking award, etc. Read more

The June 14, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Search narrows for Horry County’s next administrator, S.C. 31 interchange project gains key support, After 46 years, Mrs. Carolyn closes Jack and Jill Nursery School, Carolina Forest Boulevard construction projected to be $… Read more

The June 7, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Conway lawyer, wife leave nearly $9 million to local libraries, Horry County’s top emergency management official to retire July 31, Carolina Forest Boulevard widening scheduled to begin June 17, Local author writes love stor… Read more

The May 31, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County to decide future of Carolina Forest connector road, Horry County leaders move forward with tax and fee hikes to improve public safety officials’ pay, shore up budget, Local man puts new spin on bow ties, etc. Read more

The May 24, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Push to make Gosnell Horry County administrator finds opposition, Treasurer’s office, Conway bank working to improve tax processing, Rally rumbles across Strand, He’s living the dream – seven days a week, etc. Read more

The May 17, 2019 edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Horry County Council debating plastic bag ban; No Payoff for the Playoffs?; State lawmakers back Horry County officials in hospitality tax dispute with Myrtle Beach; Local man killed in Carolina Forest wreck; Walking, talking… Read more

The April 26, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County releases former administrator’s separation contract, A decade after it happened, officials reflect on impact of state’s worst wildfire, Horry County Fair, Volunteerism earns statewide honor for Forestbrook man, etc. Read more

The April 5, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County leaders eye Carolina Forest for next government complex, County: Keep hospitality tax talks public, Putting the joy in prom, Community rallies for Carolina Forest Elementary School teacher whose family was hurt in wr… Read more

The March 29, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Council chairman begins negotiating administrator’s exit, Horry County Council mulls hiring attorney to exclusively represent council, Myrtle Beach group holds vigil for those killed in New Zealand, County attorney asked S… Read more

The March 1, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Former MB mayor part of company that bought music park land, Horry County chairman’s case reaches solicitor’s office, Myrtle Beach Area Children’s Theatre brings home award from Junior Theatre Festival, etc. Read more

The January 25, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Carolina Forest teachers rallying for better pay, County changes legal strategy in opioid lawsuit, People urged to ‘wak up’ at community’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, Tickets available for annual Bold & Be… Read more

The January 11, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Move to suspend county administrator fails, Two families file lawsuits over Windsor Green fire, Ex-boyfriend of accused baby killer searches for answers, Cajun-themed sports bar and restaurant coming to Carolina Forest, etc. Read more

The January 4, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes MB Mall preparing for Market Common-style makeover, Senator: Raise gas tax to pay for beach renourishment, Why more golf courses could become subdivisions, Carolina Forest student stars in movie, uses platform to help oth… Read more

The December 14, 2018, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Coastal cities sue Trump administration over seismic testing, Lawmakers call for reforms to mental health system after drowning, Section of golf course could become neighborhood, Dog-friendly restaurant coming to Caroli… Read more

The November 22, 2018, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Carolina Forest veteran saved pilot from plane that crashed off Myrtle Beach coast, County secures funding for first section of $1.3 million bike path project, Reunited sisters’ story began more than 60 years ago, etc. Read more

The November 15, 2018, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes State leaders call for reforms after deaths of mental health patients in sheriff’s van, After Florence flooding, Starcreek Circle residents trying to recover, There’s still time to respond to historical site survey in H… Read more

The November 1, 2018, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Environmental groups raise concerns about development near preserve, Thousands of Horry County properties likely being added to high risk flood zones, Octogenarian motivated by gratitude cooks for others, etc. Read more