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The July 15, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Chairman to ask school board to delay first day of school until September 8, Metal powder producer announces $1.5 million investment in Cool Springs, South Carolina’s 2020 Sales Tax Holiday kicks off Friday, Aug. 7, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The July 8, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Search for new administrator underway as new FY 2021 budget passes, Horry County Council approves mask ordinance, Nearly two dozen arrested in major drug bust in Horry County, etc. Read more

The July 1, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes City of Loris postpones second reading of 2020-21 budget, Three new football coaches navigate introductions among COVID-19 restrictions, Spearman: What happens with schools depends on South Carolinians response to COVID-19 precautions, etc. Read more

The June 24, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Prince secures $80,000 for LHS football parking lot repaving, Loris administrator cut from budget, County gets first estimates on Busbee Bypass cost, etc. Read more

The June 17, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes New flagpole dedicated to the memory of Clyde Richardson Jr., Streetscape, possible community center discussed by Community Programs Committee, State task force discusses possible fall school reopening guidelines, etc. Read more

The June 10, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris businesses reopen while working hard to keep everyone safe, New and improved city hall now open, Loris Assistant Fire Chief Larry Hickman laid to rest, 'There is no set path': Horry County students celebrate 2020 graduation amid CO… Read more

The June 3, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Sunday protest in Conway remained peaceful, What happened Sunday: from a peaceful march to a standoff on Mr. Joe White Avenue, eLearning again? Board wants all students to have their own devices, etc. Read more

The May 27, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes I got tested for COVID-19 at a mobile testing site. Here’s what it was like!, Graduation details coming together, School board talks budget, summer programs and more, etc. Read more

The May 20, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes ‘Class of 2020 Cruise the Town’, Old State Theater Renovations receives $20,000 boost, Horry County schools plan for graduation, Proposed uses for Myrtle Beach Speedway property include hotels, townhouses, etc. Read more

The May 13, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Lights, signs, events honor the Class of 2020, Principals can decide on options for in-person graduations, Legislator hopes to be next public defender, Reclining at the movies? It’s coming to Conway!, etc. Read more

The May 6, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Jail population drops to lowest level since 2002, City looking to install more security cameras, Popular Galivants Ferry Stump Meeting postponed until fall, Horry County officials could be forced to rewrite mining regs after federal court … Read more

The April 29, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Committee discusses spring sports, beautification and more, County schools decide to consider graduation alternatives for Class of 2020, Delayed market openings challenge Horry farmers, South Carolina businesses scrambled to secure bill… Read more

The April 22, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Harrelson says city ‘doing good’ during pandemic, Loris Chamber of Commerce using Facebook to say thank you, Fearful of COVID-19, poll workers backing out of primaries, S.C. communities slow to respond to census, etc. Read more

The April 15, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Horry County leaders consider site near Loris High School for future rec center, Even amid virus concerns, a spring tradition continues, Board members get updates on eLearning measures, etc. Read more

The April 8, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Grand Strand couple delivers food and supplies to those in need, After losing her father to COVID-19 and testing positive for the disease, Conway teacher leans on faith, family, Horry's business license fee hikes hitting companies at the… Read more

The April 1, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes COVID-19 hurting Loris businesses; Chamber of Commerce trying to help, Man charged in shooting that injured pregnant woman, SCDNR plans to reopen Conway office, Woman charged in Baby Boy Horry case released on bond, etc. Read more

The March 25, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Human remains found in Florida tentatively identified as 11-year-old Loris area native, City of Loris government adapts to COVID-19-caused changes, Horry County volunteers form group to help locals during coronavirus crisis, High school… Read more

The March 18, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Annual District Garden Club meeting held in Loris, School district officials struggling with parent concerns about special education services, Horry County takes another step toward becoming a ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’, etc. Read more

The March 11, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Judge denies bond for Florida woman charged in Baby Boy Horry case, CCU group brings magic to hurting children, One man dies in Loris mobile home fire, etc. Read more

The March 4, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Stepmother charged with the death of 11-year-old Loris-area native, ‘Cotton Pickin Cute’ opens on Main Street, Dick’s Pawn Superstore hopes to help needy Horryites with Blessing Boxes, etc. Read more

The February 26, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Special council meeting, Bus service looking to grow after many years of struggle, Rome Prince wants his dad’s District 9 seat, New fire station being built in Longs, etc. Read more

The February 19, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris Recreation Department leader taking a job at UVA, Why Horry County Councilman Paul Prince will not seek another term, Hopefuls begin to line up for 2020 local races, Lucille Wayne, 87, dies days before she was supposed to be ma… Read more

The February 12, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes City wants judge to determine who owns the old Loris High School site, Loris home to 22 baseball tournament weekends in 2020, Horry County moves closer to choosing site for equestrian center, Retired Air Force pilot donates trips to … Read more

The February 5, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Interim administrator says he would like to stay, Fowler to challenge Prince for Horry County Council seat, Loris City Hall construction on schedule for a spring completion, Horry County Council aims to vote on 'Second Amendment sanct… Read more

The January 29, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes The best of Loris honored at annual Chamber of Commerce banquet, Green Sea Floyds football coach Kiefer steps down, Longtime Horry County auditor announces retirement, etc. Read more

The January 22, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris Chamber of Commerce Banquet scheduled for Jan. 23, Councilman expresses concerns about upcoming budget public hearing, County’s former information security officer pleads guilty in theft case, Woman charged in connection with de… Read more

The January 15, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Kenya Wright ready to tackle the business world, Sports and other events planned for Loris in 2020, A soft answer turns away…Conway man’s debt, Former school board member opens up about her DUI case, etc. Read more

The January 8, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes After the swearing-in, council gets an update on city hall repairs, Cross-country walk ends as healing continues for veteran, A Night to Shine returns in February, etc. Read more

The January 1, 2020, edition of the Loris Scene includes Hundreds of Capture Inc. kids get gifts from McLeod Seacoast and McLeod Loris, HCS transportation director retires in wake of DUI charge, Octogenarian gives it the old college try, graduates from CCU, etc. Read more

The December 25, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes University facing declining enrollment and a budget deficit of $6.4 million, Lawyer wants charges against suspect in 19-year-old murder case dismissed, Study outlines impact fee recommendations for Horry County, etc. Read more

The December 18, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Green Sea Floyds championship, Grand Strand cities approve hospitality fee settlement; county wants to change deal, Five things to know about Horry County's new plan for growth and development, New industry expects 115 jobs, Concessi… Read more

The December 11, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes 'It puts Green Sea on the map’: What a second straight state title means to Green Sea Floyds, Large crowd gathers for Christmas events in Loris, Christmas movie being filmed on the Grand Strand; release planned for late 2020, etc. Read more

The December 4 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Thanksgiving Parade, How a brick would make a great gift, With the I-73 contract canceled, what's next for the hospitality fee deal?, Green Sea Floyds football, etc. Read more

The November 27, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Lots of lights and events in Loris to celebrate Christmas, The Shipping Place now open in Loris, Work to repair Loris City Hall is underway, etc. Read more

The November 20, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Local cheerleader/dancer to perform in Thanksgiving Day Parade at Walt Disney World, Horry County's animal shelter will soon begin waiving adoption fees. The change could become permanent, State commission offers strategies to addres… Read more

The November 13, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Incumbents and Padgett election winners, Veterans honored at Fourth Annual Salute to Loris American Heroes ceremony, Why is this Kentucky man pushing a globe across the Grand Strand?, etc. Read more

The November 6, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Kids and adults enjoyed nature at the 33rd Annual Swampfest, Governor in talks with Horry County, Myrtle Beach about I-73 funding, State charges against convicted murder Brandon Council to be dismissed, but could be reinstated, etc. Read more

The October 30, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Ribbon cutting held for Giving Hope Gardens, Loris candidates address the public ahead of next week's vote, AAST reduced to juniors and seniors only; Scholars to be a standalone school, Loris First Presbyterian donates property to the… Read more

The October 23, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Election for mayor, council seats set for Nov. 5, Here’s how to make your voice heard as Horry County develops a flood resilience plan, Rack Room of NMB donates shoes to DES Running Club, etc. Read more

The October 16, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes S.C. Highway 9 widening proposed, Child, age 5, receives leg injury during drive-by shooting, Horry County Government looks at hiring private firm to manage rec centers, etc. Read more

The October 9, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Annual Loris Bog-Off coming Oct. 19, Clerk and treasurer added to the duties of Loris administrator, Loris Council says the search for a permanent administrator needs to be expedited, Council sentenced to death for CresCom Bank murders, etc. Read more

The October 2, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Miss Loris Bog-Off Festival Scholarship Pageant winners, Loved ones talk about woman killed in CresCom Bank murders during Brandon Council’s trial, Horry County publishes new FEMA flood maps, etc. Read more

The September 25, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Contract awarded for Loris City Hall repairs, Loris planning for a "tremendous" holiday season, Brandon Council trial underway, Estelle Wright's generosity continues six months after her death, etc. Read more

The September 18, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Mayor says steps are being taken to do something about old Loris High School, Stolen truck linked to North Carolina triple homicide found in Horry County, police say, Day four of Moorer trial focuses on truck, surveillance video, etc. Read more

The September 11, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Mayor: Loris was ready for Hurricane Dorian, Candidates file for mayor, four council seats, Local animal shelters were prepared for Dorian, etc. Read more

The September 4, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Former city attorney wants a city council seat, Heather Sims’ manslaughter case is over, Buy a brick or two to help the Loris Historical Society museum renovations, Loris High graduate and daughter write a book to help others, etc. Read more

The August 28, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Three have filed for Loris council, mayor so far, Check presentation, Two sentenced to prison for separate violent crimes, etc. Read more

The August 21, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes BOGGIN’ EVERYDAY!, Veda Nichols seeking a seat on Loris City Council, There were more than just parents, teachers and children in school parking lots Monday, etc. Read more

The August 14, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Loris Police officer honored for life-saving action, Man charged with murdering Demetrick Simon, City of Loris helps get kids ready for school, etc. Read more

The August 7, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Forty years later, Shorty's is more popular than ever, Chicken bog every day starts Monday, Loris City Council hires interim administrator, Students become entrepreneurs at Brizzy Bees Biz Camp, etc. Read more

The July 31, 2019, edition of the Loris Scene includes Mayor Harrelson says renovated city hall should be open by spring, Loris City Council approved new budget, Horry County Salvation Army makes big school supply donation to Loris, etc. Read more