Latest e-Edition

The October 22, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County council rejects I-73 funding plan, He overcame alcohol and drug addiction, but can this comedian clean up his act?, S.C. Attorney General’s Office weighs in on proposal to change Horry Elections, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The October 15, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Three vying for seat on HCSB, Horry County agrees to settle board member’s lawsuit for $260k, CFHS Show Choir presents ‘Broadway & More’ this month, Janack continues to platy big role for Panthers, Carolina Forest High a…

The October 8, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes State superintendent: school districts now have authority to mandate masks, Governor rolls out plan for funding long-promised interstate, Plans for redeveloping Wizard golf course revived, etc.

The October 1, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County moves forward with S.C. 90 funding, delays I-73 talks, So many pets, too little space, Section of Carolina Forest road being renamed for fallen police officer, etc.

The September 24, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County police staffing up now for Carolina Forest precinct, Minnie’s Magic, Carolina Forest Boulevard’s multi-use paths not designed for golf carts, but police say no law prohibits them from being there, etc.

The September 17, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes 9/11 changed this Horry County firefighter, but not his calling, County looks to limit hours for construction crews, HCS accepting applications for District 3 school board seat, etc.

The August 20, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County buying land for Carolina Forest government complex, Horry County approves plan to limit development along S.C. 90, Horry County Board of Education member Winters dies from COVID-19, etc.

The August 13, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County road maintenance program faces uncertain future, Residents hope audit leads to lower cost for street lights, ‘The more the merrier’: Best friends take on annual mammograms together in Conway, etc.

The August 6, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes State lawmaker launches campaign for congressional seat, Multiple groups work together to preserve habitat for sea turtles, Myrtle Beach-area hospitals adjust visitation policies as delta variant spreads, etc.

The July 23, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes No masks required for Horry County students this fall, School district proceeding with full-scale turf project at eight high schools, Councilman faces uphill fight in effort to change county elections, etc.

The July 9, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County council looking to lower impact fee rates, DHEC continuing with virtual food safety inspections as restaurants return to full capacity, Horry County schools spending $535K to remove plexiglass barriers, etc.

The July 2, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Gay Dolphin turns 75 this year, With party facing ethics fines, current and form Horry County GOP officials questioning why, CNB, CCU renew KickOff Classic contract, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The June 18, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes County council approves tax hike for public safety services, Marine receives home as he begins new life on Grand Strand, Carolina Forest students win thousands for animal shelter poop scoop, etc.

The June 4, 2021, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Augusta Plantation interchange in line for funding, County council raising taxes to boost public safety services, Reaching new heights, CMC, county close to finalizing deal for Carolina Forest hospital, etc.

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.

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