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The May 14, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County talks tax increase for public safety, Back to the Ballgame, County releases report on lawyer spending, My Senior Moment, Panthers’ historic season ends, Lower state tourney comes to Horry County, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The April 23, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Grand Strand businesses face worker shortage; Horry County asks FAA to investigate MB campground deal; County Council to decide amphitheater project's fate, Carolina Forest baseball coach resigns mid-season Read more

The March 19, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Horry County Schools exploring upgrades to HVAC system; John Rhodes’ widow on love, loss and a life well lived; School board to begin discussing applicants for District 8 seat next week; Fire damages Carolina Forest apartm… Read more

The March 12, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Publix part of new Carolina Forest center, Hundreds of new homes, medical park planned for Carolina Forest, County receiving millions for program to help Socastee flood victims, Family surprises 96-year-old WWII veteran on… Read more

The February 26, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County selects site for new government complex in Carolina Forest, Developer agrees to meet with residents after concerns raised about 97-unit project, Socastee families again struggle with flooding, etc. Read more

The February 19, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County officials, neighbors meeting next week to discuss amphitheater project, 1,000 acres in Georgetown will provide natural, cultural and historical learning opportunities, Elementary school teachers adjusting to new … Read more

The February 12, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Plexiglass installations at Horry County middle, high schools expected to be finished next month, As COVID-19 continues to hurt economy, many turn to nonprofits for food, Lawsuits: Horry County Schools mishandled sexual… Read more

The February 5, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County, CMC eye development agreement for Carolina Forest hospital, Richardson announces run for Congress, won’t seek reelection to school board, High demand, limited supply lead to frustrating wait for some, Friends, co… Read more

The January 22, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Former mayor dies after struggle with COVID-19, Hospitals ask for more vaccines, but governor says to use what’s there, Horry County Council delays rezoning vote for Carolina Forest hospital, etc. Read more

The December 18, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes HCS athletic trainers ask district to pause all sports, Local 11-year-old sings National Anthem for Myrtle Beach Bowl, Looking for safe holiday fun? Follow the ‘Horry County Christmas Lights Trail’, etc. Read more

The December 11, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Horry County schools opts not to participate in state’s rapid COVID-19 testing program, Neighbors worried about CMC’s new plans for Carolina Forest hospital, CFHS’s ‘Holiday Spectacular’ set for Dec. 19, 20 in stadium p… Read more

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