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The November 20, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Horry County leaders debate whether to encourage mask usage, Why COVID-19 has not slowed home construction on the Grand Strand, Here’s what parents need to know about HCS spring scheduling, etc. Read more

The October 23, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County mask mandate ends this month, Searching for shellfish, Santee Cooper mulls plans for reducing street light costs, Haven’t received your absentee ballot yet? Here’s what to do, Socastee man honored, Sports, etc. Read more

The September 18, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes School officials allow students to transfer out of virtual program, Why city leaders think abandoned railroad lines could spur growth in downtown Myrtle Beach, Program helps veterans cope with life after military servi… Read more

The September 11, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes New hospitals planned for Horry County, but how many will be approved, Tourism takes a hit in MB, Settling the hospitality lawsuit impacts residents, business owners and local governments. Here’s how, etc. Read more

The August 14, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Surfside Beach asks FEMA for 18-month pier grant extension; concerns raised about family ties, Candidates square off for District 107 seat vacated by Alan Clemmons, Move-in days at CCU, County, city mulling settlement as … Read more

The July 31, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Controversy swirls in Surfside Beach with lawsuit over pier project bid award, Jazzing up Charlie’s Place, Motel, Man at center of reckless shooting debate arrested, accused of harassing neighbor, etc. Read more

The July 17, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes High school sports season delayed for at least three more weeks, County leaders aim to crack down on reckless shooting, Bikers brave the heat, Horry County leaders interested in flood diversion canal, but Army Corps of Engi… Read more

The July 10, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes COVID-19 forcing officials to change plans for hurricane shelters, CCU baseball coach talks cancer, masks and returning to baseball, Authorities focus on education as mask ordinances take effect, etc. Read more

The July 3, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Traffic, access main concerns for Speedway redevelopment, CCU student faces backlash over controversial social media posts, North Myrtle Beach makes masks mandatory, Sales booming early for Strand fireworks stores, etc. Read more

The June 26, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Why Horry County took Gardner Lacy Road extension out of plans for Independent Republic Heritage Preserve, After contentious campaign, Rankin wins re-election, Voters pick new Horry County auditor, District 9 county council… Read more

The April 17, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes S.C. communities slow to respond to census, Church leans on faith as COVID-19 infects more than half-dozen members, Fearful of COVID-19, poll workers backing out of primaries, Parents working to balance eLearning work and … Read more

The April 10, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Strawberry fields for now: Amid virus concerns, spring tradition continues, After losing a father to COVID-19, teacher leans on faith, family as she battles same disease, Grand Strand businesses face uncertainty as new ord… Read more

The March 27, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Horry projected to hit 115 COVID-19 cases by Wednesday, Jobs lost, businesses close as crisis batters tourism economy, Hugging ban, taking temperatures and drive-thru viewing: Funeral homes respond to pandemic, etc. Read more

The March 13, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes School district grappling with parent concerns about special education services, Professor: ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ ordinance poses legal risk for Horry County, County looks to protect centuries-old live oaks left vul… Read more

The March 6, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Horry County institutions preparing for coronavirus, Stepmother charged with killing Colorado boy has local ties, Plumbing material connects local man to creativity, Authorities identify mother of Baby Boy Horry, etc. Read more

The February 21, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes NMB adds parking pass for county residents, County’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ hearing pushed back to March, Bus service looking to grow after years of struggle, New county education center to cost nearly $5 million … Read more

The February 14, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ proposal headed for public hearing, Filing opens next month for local races, A special night for fathers and daughters, County police want to outfit patrol cars with sensory kits fo… Read more

The January 31, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes CCU, Myrtle Beach mull downtown partnership, Carolina Forest schools are Horry County’s fastest growing, Horry County Council aims to vote on ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ ordinance Tuesday, Adaya’s Gift of Hope helping d… Read more

The January 24, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Longtime Horry County auditor announces retirement, Horry County officials discussing paying for project with that money, CFHS ShowCase brings benefit show, on their way to competition in Florida, etc. Read more

The January 17, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County’s former information security officer pleads guilty in theft case, CFHS teacher leaves lasting legacy of love, Surging Horry County growth strains public safety services, New tap house planned for site near CCU, etc. Read more

The January 3, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Flood victims could have homes bought out thanks to new federal program, Faith Presbyterian undecided about how to use 5 acres on Carolina Forest Boulevard, CFHS teacher’s family plans mission trip to Africa, etc. Read more

The December 20, 2019, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes I-73 deal still up in the air: Most cities approve settlement, but Horry County wants key change, USMC Cpl. Daniel Dobay and wife have been given four-bedroom, fully-furnished, mortgage-free home, Decision expected soon… Read more