Today's e-Edition

The July 28, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes 'Hoping to get back on track': State withholds over $200K from Loris as city pushes to finish overdue audits, Incentives help western wear retailer expand in Loris, No masks required for Horry County students this fall, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The July 14, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Former firefighter sues Loris claiming wrongful termination, defamation, DHEC continuing with virtual food safety inspections as restaurants return to full capacity, County looking to lower proposed impact fee rates, etc. Read more

The July 7, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris City Council passes $6.4M budget for 2021-22 fiscal year, Horry County Schools spending $535,000 to remove nearly 50,000 plexiglass barriers, With party facing ethics fines, current and former Horry County GOP officials question why, etc. Read more

The June 30, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Leaving a legacy: Green Sea athlete Dixon ran his way into Trojan history, Loris secures country music headliner for annual Bog-Off festival in October, ‘A building that could have been preserved’: What’s next for the old Loris High Scho… Read more

The June 23, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes 'I'll miss it': Loris High seniors cruise down Main Street one last time as high schoolers, United Way, Loris Elementary joining forces to host free summer learning camp, Loris police looking to add security cameras, more patrols after s… Read more

The June 16, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes How this Loris landmark made it 94 years and counting, City of Loris to hold public hearing ahead of final $6M budget reading, Horry County schools removing plexiglass from classrooms beginning this summer, etc. Read more

The June 9, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes City of Loris passes first reading of proposed budget, County council raising taxes to boost public safety services, CCU foundation sues large land donor, blocking Waties Island preservation, etc. Read more

The June 2, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes High School Seniors, Business aims to drive out geese using dogs, Horry County seeking federal dollars for flood study, New Solicitor’s office building dedicated to longtime employee, County mulling new building regulations, etc. Read more

The May 26, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris’s new effort ‘actively’ engages property owners to annex into the city, Horry County Council denies rezoning request for 21,000-seat amphitheater, 'He's a good man': Aynor man found not guilty in shooting death of teenager, Bounty b… Read more

The May 19, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Horry County officials voting on rezoning for $35 million amphitheater, Honoring veterans: City of Loris to host Memorial Day parade, ceremony, Loris's proposed $3.1M budget would increase police pay, fill vacant administrative positions, etc. Read more

The May 12, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes McLeod to host ‘Derby style’ fundraisers to benefit its local hospitals, HCS employee paychecks may be bigger, Horry County K9 passes recertification, Green Sea Floyds undefeated, etc. Read more

The May 5, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Pickin' and grinnin' under the oak tree: Down at the Barbershop brings live music to Loris, Loris Historical Society still in need of brick sales, donations for renovating downtown venue, Burglaries, car break-ins and traffic stops slightl… Read more

The April 28, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Mary Ann Bullock Elvington story, Horry County Council to decide fate of amphitheater, Loris Fire Department receives $31K grant for 'life-saving fire gear', etc. Read more

The April 21, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes City of Loris working to hire multiple positions, appoints interim city clerk and treasurer, Serving veterans here, 84,000-square-foot Myrtle Beach VA Outpatient Clinic opens, etc. Read more

The April 14, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Born and raised here, I want to tell your stories, New S.C. Department of Natural Resources office opens in Aynor, Horry County Council revives impact fee talks, etc. Read more

The April 7, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes MYR developing airport expansion plan with an eye on recovery, S.C. Court of Appeals agrees young Bucksport man’s killing was justified, etc. Read more

The March 31, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Horry County Council chairman said he's ready to pay ethics fines, Santee Cooper finishes work at former Grainger plant site. What will happen to the property?, Meet the candidates hoping to become the next Horry County school board mem… Read more

The March 24, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes County mulls new building regs for areas hit hard by Florence, HCS exploring HVAC, air quality upgrades, Conway Chamber revives Riverfest and reverse raffle, etc. Read more

The March 17, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Students have mixed opinions about plexiglass, Loris High returns to five-day school schedule, New Loris High principal returning to his roots, Five young men are first residents of Oak Tree Farm, etc. Read more

The March 10, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Amphitheater project headed for county council vote, Officials: Victims of latest flood likely won't get FEMA assistance, Pandemic highlights Horry’s substitute teacher shortage, GSF middle and high return to five-day instruction Friday, etc. Read more

The March 3, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Neighbors sound off about proposed amphitheater, County, state spar over vaccine distribution, Four more middle schools go back to full time learning, Governor allows alcohol sales after 11 p.m. and gatherings of more than 250 people, etc. Read more

The February 24, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes County officials, neighbors meeting this week to discuss amphitheater project, Three middle schools return to five-day instruction, 1,000 acres in Georgetown will provide natural, cultural and historical learning opportunities, etc. Read more

The February 17, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Hospitality fee deal: No money for attorney fees or I-73, potentially millions for nonprofit legal services, Coroner identifies victim in Loris shooting, Lawsuits: Horry County Schools mishandled sexual assault allegations, etc. Read more

The February 10, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Full-time elementary school classes began Monday amid plexiglass debate, 'Give me a chance:' Richardson launches campaign for 7th Congressional seat, etc. Read more

The February 3, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Elementary students back to school five days Feb. 8, 'I'm heartbroken:' Long-serving school board member John Poston dies Saturday, In suit, terminated Horry County Schools official says he was opposing corruption, etc. Read more

The January 27, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes As hospitals ask for more vaccines, McMaster tells them to use what they have, A Q&A with Tom Rice: Why he voted for impeachment, Treasurer, school board chairman reject area NAACP's call to resign, etc. Read more

The January 20, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes With three projects ‘likely’ to be considered competing, state may reject one or more, Some Horry County hospitals hovering near full capacity, One dead in Friday night shooting near Loris, etc. Read more

The January 13, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Flooding problems remain top priority for new District 9 councilman, Some local hospitals hovering near full capacity, Hospitals push to give COVID-19 vaccine as DHEC OKs immunization for older patients, etc. Read more

The January 6, 2021, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris City Council, Why HCS gave school builder $1.5 million in tax cuts before gutting facilities department, Lawsuit: HCS knew about mold issues, but didn't fix the problems, etc. Read more

The December 23, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Local 11-year-old sings national anthem for Myrtle Beach Bowl, HCS athletic trainers ask district to pause all sports, etc. Read more

The December 16, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes McMaster: First set of COVID-19 vaccines coming to S.C. this month, AES is the first district school to complete plexiglass installation, Horry County Council scraps local mining regulations, etc. Read more

The December 9, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris still winnowing candidates for administrator, Brooklyn Sawyer uses her Miss Loris platform to help her community, Military plane crash victims memorialized after 48 years, Loris welcomes the Christmas season, etc. Read more

The November 25, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris museum project needs funding, Parents must decide school schedules soon, Horry County auditor fires successor after larceny investigation leads to no charges, etc. Read more

The November 18, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Horry County schools ready for classroom plexiglass installation, Honoring those who served, Doctors say flu shots are essential, etc. Read more

The November 11, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes The day in 1972 that rocked Galivants Ferry, Plexiglass installations for grades K-5 to get underway next weekend, etc. Read more

The November 4, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris City Council, A match made in Orlando: CCU student gets companion dog, Jury finds Gary Bennett not guilty in 20-year-old murder, etc. Read more

The October 28, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Council votes to end mask mandate Oct. 30, Schools hope to quash COVID reporting rumors, Some voters haven’t received absentee ballots, etc. Read more

The October 14, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes 41st Annual Loris Bog-Off to comply with COVID-19 restrictions, guidelines, Loris parks getting much needed upgrades, HCS discusses plexiglass options, new data page, etc. Read more

The October 7, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Trey Calloway Band to headline at Bog-Off, Interim Loris administrator resigns to take job with city of Conway, HCS will continue with hybrid learning through Oct. 16, All HCS Virtual transfers approved, parents still concerned, etc. Read more

The September 30, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes 41st Annual Loris-Bog Off queens, Myhorrynews.com reporter named weekly Journalist of the Year, DHEC: 102 more cases of COVID-19 in S.C. schools since Sept. 21, etc Read more

The September 23, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Despite pushback, Horry County's mask mandate will continue, HCS Virtual processing requests of those wanting back into the classroom, etc. Read more

The September 16, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Bog-Off still on for Saturday, Oct. 17, Report: Over 290 cases of COVID-19 in schools across the state, Gman’s Thunder Ride set to honor Gannon Stauch, bring awareness to child abuse, etc. Read more

The September 9, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris approves hospitality fee settlement, Organizers planning ‘modified’ Loris Bog-Off Festival, Horry County extends mask mandate for 60 days, etc. Read more

The September 2, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris still debating Horry County over Hospitality Taxes, Students begin school in a hybrid setting, County seeking $17.7 million for buyout program, Coroner identifies person killed in hit and run on S.C. 9, etc. Read more

The August 26, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Outside firm hired to help bring city audits up-to-date, There will be a Loris Bog Off Festival; How big is still unknown, Horryites suffering from prolonged COVID-19 symptoms look for answers, Good Hope Church member says, after two y… Read more

The August 19, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Kent Wright recommended for Loris Fire Assistant Chief, Dozens apply for Loris City Administrator position, Here's how DHEC suggests schools should handle quarantining of students, staff, etc. Read more