Today's e-Edition

The August 14, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald 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 court …

Recent e-Editions

The August 7, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes School board asks state to approve reopening plan, Longtime fans, racers prepare to say goodbye to track, In Isaias’ aftermath, Garden City Businesses forced to deal with damages, etc. Read more

The July 31, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald 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 Myrtle Beach Herald 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 Engineers … Read more

The July 10, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes 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 Myrtle Beach Herald includes 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 Myrtle Beach Herald includes 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 coun… Read more

The June 19, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes includes Horry County gets estimates on Busbee Bypass cost, Is Horry ready for some football?, Candidate disputes domestic abuse allegations described in court records, etc. Read more

The June 12, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes includes County council incumbents sweep primaries, Firm to provide ‘ambassador services’ to Myrtle Beach’s downtown, Rankin, Gallman reach runoff in S.C. District 33 Senate race, etc. Read more

The May 15, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes includes County begins reopening public facilities, How COVID-19 disproportionately affects black people, Socastee senior set to graduate after devastating car wreck, etc. Read more

The May 8, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes includes The May 8, 2020, edition of the Carolina Forest Chronicle includes Some jobs don’t stop during a global pandemic like driving the bus, fixing cars, guarding inmates, comforting the grieving and keeping the city clean, etc. Read more

The May 1, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes includes Students, parents worried about graduation plans, Restaurants ready to get cooking again, Horry County hotels, campgrounds allowed to re-open this week, etc. Read more

The April 24, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes includes Governor closes schools until fall term, With public accesses open, beachgoers head out for sand, sun, Most Horry County farmers markets delay opening, etc. Read more

The April 17, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes 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 a… Read more

The April 10, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald 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 orders fo… Read more

The March 27, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald 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 20, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes ‘We’re fully relying on God’: Conway pastor says wife diagnosed with COVID-19, Closing time for Grand Strand bars, Governor: Businesses should allow employees to work from home if possible, etc. Read more

The March 13, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes County, HCS suit against Myrtle Beach moves forward, Horry County takes another step toward becoming a ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’, County looks to protect centuries-old live oaks left vulnerable by development, School district… Read more

The March 6, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes ‘Most of that stuff was true’: Betton case prompted changes in drug unit tactics, How Horry County hospitals, schools and other institutions are preparing for the coronavirus, Authorities charge Florida woman in baby’s death, Hor… Read more

The February 28, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Violent crime declines, property crimes increase in Myrtle Beach, Former Surfside Beach mayor sues resident, accuses him of defamation, Voters head to polls Saturday for Democratic primary, County council members debate buyou… Read more

The February 21, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes County parking passes, and everything else about North Myrtle Beach’s 2020 parking season, Flood woes continue for some Socastee residents, Bus service looking to grow after years of struggle, etc. Read more

The February 14, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes SLED investigates Atlantic Beach, Filing opens next month for local races, A special night for fathers and daughters, County police want to outfit patrol cars with sensory kits for special needs individuals, etc. Read more

The February 7, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Amid outpouring of support, CCU baseball coach staying positive, Retired Air Force pilot donates flights to patients in need, Horry County’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ proposal receives initial approval, questions, etc. Read more

The January 31, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Former Myrtle Beach chamber chairman pays $33K in ethics fines, CCU, Myrtle Beach reach downtown partnership, S.C. Supreme Court set to hear Hospitality fee case in March, etc. Read more

The January 24, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Trailblazers honored in Myrtle Beach, Horry County officials discussing paying for project with that money, Longtime Horry County auditor announces retirement, etc. Read more

The January 17, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Grand Strand Freedom Week kicks off tonight, Proposal could alter old Myrtle Beach, County’s former information security officer pleads guilty in IT theft case, Back and forth about the Grande Dunes bridge, etc. Read more

The January 10, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes County officials searching for ways to pay for more police, 911 dispatchers and other public safety needs, Cross-country walk ends as healing continues for veteran, Paralyzed MB man settling lawsuit with city, drug agent who s… Read more

The January 3, 2020, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Veteran and wife given four-bedroom, fully furnished, mortgage-free home, PIA graduates go on to work for companies such as NASA and SpaceX, DHEC confirms asbestos in Breaker’s rubble, will use crane to remove tower material, etc. Read more

The December 27, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes 89-year-old gives it the old college try, graduates from CCU, Flood victims could have homes bought out thanks to new federal program, Myrtle Beach leaders reject Horry County’s proposed settlement changes, etc. Read more

The December 20, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Most Grand Strand cities approve hospitality fee settlement; county wants to change deal, CCU searches for savings, More homes, pool size an issue for Market Common area residents, etc. Read more

The December 13, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Five things to know about Horry County’s new plan for growth and development, Myrtle Beach leaders prioritize, plan and dream in two-day session, Tuning up the parks and rec master plan, New Surfside Beach mayor, three additi… Read more

The December 6, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes S.C. 31 extension a worry for Indigo Farms, Myrtle Beach’s chief municipal judge gets a raise, Picking in the ‘jam room’, State lawmaker hopes to change some Carolina Forest water rates, etc. Read more

The November 22, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Discovery in HCS lawsuit against Myrtle Beach will likely last another month, Surfside Beach runoffs: Hellyer elected mayor; Holder, Keating, Drake win seats on town council, County kills DOT contract, asks legislature to ‘sa… Read more

The November 15, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Here’s how much local governments would spend on I-73 if the hospitality fee settlement is approved, ‘She loved them’” South Strand veteran passes on, but her family of pets remain, State commission offers strategies to addre… Read more

The November 8, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Pair of incumbents win Myrtle Beach City Council race, another faces challenger in runoff, Runoffs to decide races for Surfside Beach mayor, town council seats, Councilman: Proposed I-73 deal could ‘rape the taxpayers’, Incumb… Read more

The November 1, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Governor in talks with Horry County, Myrtle Beach about I-73 funding, Flood victims share stories to help county plan for future disasters, County survey will ask about possible ordinance, Event hopes to encourage more foster … Read more

The October 25, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes School board makes controversial changes to AAST, Scholars Academy, New businesses planned for downtown Myrtle Beach, Lawmakers seek specifics about Busbee Bypass proposal, ‘It’s a blessing’: Dedication held for Habitat home i… Read more

The October 18, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes CCU, Myrtle Beach making plans for downtown charter school, Myrtle Beach Greek Festival returns this weekend, Time to speak up about flooding, Owners hope rezoning will help bring new life to old mall, etc. Read more

The October 11, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Myrtle Beach creating new court for ‘quality of life’ issues, Something’s brewing on the Superblock, Pets join parishioners at annual Blessing of the Animals, Can the private sector do this better?, etc. Read more

The October 4, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes After concrete replaced on S.C. 31 bridge, long delayed southern extension on track for November opening, Candidates have same goal, but running different campaigns, S.C. Supreme Court agrees to review Horry County hospitality … Read more

The September 20, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County’s new flood maps have been released. Is your home in a flood zone?, Buttigieg visits Conway, promises disaster recovery reform, Democratic presidential hopefuls make their cases at historic Stump, SCDOT pursuing… Read more

The September 13, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes ‘Extra Stump’ features five presidential candidates on Monday, Dollar General in an Arts and Innovation District?, State begins trying Sydney Moorer again, etc. Read more

The September 6, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes New committee begins looking at ways to build bridge that would connect Conway with S.C. 544, Law enforcement targets impaired drivers at Hands Across the Border event, etc. Read more

The August 30, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes County gives cities 90 days to get in I-73 fast lane, Applicant pulls Possum Trot development plans, Tidelands Health medical park to open at The Market Common, Local woman given uncle’s recovered Purple Heart, etc. Read more