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The June 21, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes With hospitality fee revenues uncertain, Horry County asks DOT to delay I-73 work until October, Overcrowding threatens animal care center ‘no kill’ policy, ‘Charlie’s Place’ documentary wins an Emmy, etc.

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The June 14, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes The results are in: The cause of death of North Myrtle’s dead birds remains a mystery, Two more country music events scheduled for the beach, Socastee’s Conway Medical Center Health Plaza South opens for pediatric and primary car… Read more

The June 7, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes A gift for learning: Conway, lawyer, wife leave nearly $9 million to local libraries, County’s emergency management director takes job at CMC, The U.S. Army’s Golden Knights put on show at Sun Fun Festival, Teacher raises, special… Read more

The May 31, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Taxes, water rates and trash pickup rates may increase as Myrtle Beach City Council discusses $202 million budget, Myrtle Beach street preachers claim Catholics go to hell, call people names, Horry County officials deciding whethe… Read more

The May 24, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Military Appreciation Days events in Myrtle Beach, Horry County leaders move forward with tax and fee hikes to improve public safety officials’ pay, shore up budget, Atlantic Beach Bikefest rolls into Myrtle Beach, Dogs seized in … Read more

The May 17, 2019 edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Is there a payoff for making the playoffs?; State lawmakers back HC officials in hospitality tax dispute with Myrtle Beach; Work begins on Springmaid Pier; Local artist works to restore scripture at MB Travel Park; Inspired by love… Read more

The May 10, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Why you shouldn’t expect major changes to Bikefest this year, Preserving Waties Island: Could it be South Carolina’s next state park?, County officials looking at many options to balance budget, etc. Read more

The April 26, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Council names Bryan as new City of Myrtle Beach attorney, A decade after it happened, officials reflect on impact of state’s worst wildfire, The Horry County Fair’s in town, County releases former administrator’s separation cont… Read more

The April 19, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County administrator resigns, council agrees to compensation package worth more than $270K, North Myrtle Beach bans single-use plastic bags, The S.C. Supreme Court came to CCU, Forestbrook Elementary opens 1989 time capsule, etc. Read more

The April 12, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes A year after Windsor Green fire, victims still trying to recover, Myrtle Beach residents may face tax hike, Ocean Drive Barber Shop a North Myrtle Beach treasure, Chronicle editor wins S.C. Journalist of the Year honor, etc. Read more

The April 5, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle enter into agreement to share information about lawsuit, Cannabis Business Organization aims to help students looking to enter the industry, Active shooter training for HCPD, Pence endorses Graham at Gr… Read more

The March 29, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County officials don’t want to keep hospitality tax discussions a secret, Surfside Beach Town Council ousts most planning commission members, Books, Clifford and crayons brighten freedom readers day in Myrtle Beach, Classi… Read more

The March 22, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County delays making changes to DOT contract, I-73 funding, Miracle League season opens, Woman accused of selling sick puppies also charged with public nuisance offense, ‘This stuff is amazing’ city officials told of CBD e… Read more

The March 15, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Trash is piling up in Myrtle Beach, Horry County leaders reaching out to city officials in effort to save I-73 funding, MB supports I-73, asks other jurisdictions to join in planning for the interstate, New vision for Kings High… Read more

The March 1, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Civic center among ideas being considered for former music park, Differing opinions may lead to different tax allocations, Agreement to let county collect hospitality, accommodation tax and spend it expired in 2017, etc. Read more

The February 22, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Families struggling with air ambulance bills, Threshold Singers often perform for the grieving, dying, Facing lawsuit threat, Horry County Council approves raises for magistrates, Santee Cooper accidentally pumps coal ash pon… Read more

The February 15, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Coyote issues: city sets up an emergency fund that may be used for trappers, asks for public’s help, New study highlights challenges of dealing with opioid epidemic, Food truck permits parked for now, etc. Read more

The February 8, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes transfer of election duties could shorten Surfside Beach mayor, council member terms, Coyote issues in Myrtle Beach, Plunging for Special Olympics, From waitressing to corporate leaders, women encourage one another in Women’s … Read more

The February 1, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Lawsuit over Surfside Beah entertainment district dismissed, Advocates, state lawmakers push for reforms, Bagel, Sarge died too early; families sue puppies’ seller, Education Center, land for future Carolina Forest schools in … Read more

The January 25, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Firefighter recounts dying, gives thanks to his crew, Meeting about coyotes in Myrtle Beach set for Jan. 30, People are urged to ‘wake up’ in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach reques… Read more

The January 18, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Former chamber leader admits to ethics violations, Former music park land sold, U.S. 501 realignment plans go through Myrtle Beach, Horry County Government late mailing thousands of vehicle tax notices, etc. Read more

The January 11, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Move to suspend county administrator fails, Lawsuit: Horry County school district, builder owe millions for school projects, Ex-boyfriend of accused baby killer searches for answers, Myrtle Beach leaders pass moratorium on vap… Read more

The January 4, 2019, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes MB Mall preparing for Market Common-style makeover, Senator: Raise gas tax to pay for beach renourishment, Why more golf courses could become subdivisions, Carolina Forest student stars in movie, uses platform to help others, etc. Read more

The December 21, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County and Myrtle Beach officials spar over tax district, Community gathers at ceremony dedicated to Heather Elvis, Family struggles on the cusp of Christmas, birthday with death, etc. Read more

The December 14, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Coastal cities sue Trump administration over seismic testing, Lawmakers call for reforms to mental health system after drowning, Myrtle Beach city manager contract renewed, raise approved, etc. Read more

The December 7, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Socastee flooding victims seek solutions, Capacity, renovation, replacement projects top school board priorities, A big smile for cookies & cocoa with Santa, County cuts funding for Myrtle Beach library, museum project, etc. Read more

The November 23, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Local families celebrate statewide Adoption Day, Incoming area puppy boutique draws concerns, Thankful in destruction’s wake, Reunited sisters’ story began more than 60 years ago, etc. Read more

The November 2, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Voters to weigh in on impact fees Tuesday, Fry faces challenger Gause in race for District 106, Ammons Crawford, Ventura squaring off for District 68 seat, Superintendent ballot amendment explained, etc. Read more

The October 26, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Echoes of the past in plans for Myrtle Beach’s future, District sued over alleged special education student mistreatment at Socastee High School, Nicklaus returns to Pawleys Plantation, Tammy Moorer found guilty, gets 30 years… Read more

The October 19, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County lawmakers revive interest in Waccamaw River canal project, Musician takes guitar behind bars, Tammy Moorer’s trial continues, she said she will testify, etc. Read more

The October 12, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Prosecutors blame Tammy Moorer for Heather Elvis’ disappearance, Two-time Carolina Forest flood victim sues Horry County over drainage failures, Myrtle Beach Inn helps locals during tough time, Myrtle Beach shooting victim rem… Read more

The October 5, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Florence forces Horry County to grapple with infrastructure problems, Want to apply for federal assistance due to Florence? Here’s how, With no flood insurance, longtime Conway church faces uncertain future, In part of Socastee… Read more

The September 21, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Officials project historic flood will impact hundreds of Conway homes and businesses, Floodwater closes key bridges, threatens to isolate Horry, Two mental health patients die when deputies crash in river, etc. Read more

The September 14, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Governor orders evacuations ahead of major storm, School board looks into changing sick leave bank policies, Coming home as Horry County officials fear Hurricane Florence could be as destructive as Hazel, Hugo, etc. Read more

The September 7, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Beach renourishment moving north, Horry County receives check for buses used during air show, company responds to lawsuit, Mustang in Myrtle Beach, Summer season ends on mixed notes, etc. Read more

The August 31, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County error means thousands of residents must pay old vehicle tax bills, Wings over Myrtle Beach air show cancelled for 2019, Local woman stresses importance of faith, humor in cancer fight, etc. Read more

The August 24, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes A year after a tragedy at CresCom Bank, two families worship and remember, Surfside Beach councilman could be penalized by state ethics commission, New MBHS principal is not stranger, Cuttin Up Barbershop gives free cuts for ba… Read more

The August 17, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Heroes come in all ages, Banning on the Boulevard, Myrtle Beach plans for former Air Force base may be stymied, A notice to our readers, Beach renourishment begins on Grand Strand, etc. Read more

The August 10, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Report: Former bombing range sites pose ‘unacceptable risk’, Carolina Forest High graduate wins national beauty pageant, Who you gonna call? The Goosebuster, On piers wrecked by Matthew, Grand Strand businesses press on, etc. Read more

The August 3, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes U.S. Army Special Ops train in North Myrtle Beach, State senator fighting pneumonia as he recovers from aneurysm, Matt Hughes Skate Park re-opens, After delayed start, mobile farmers market debuts on Grand Strand, etc. Read more

The July 27, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Horry County Council commits $23 million per year for I-73, Team Horry celebrates building that road as International Drive, Voters will not be asked about tax hike for public safety, Gwyer takes the oath as Myrtle Beach Fire Chi… Read more

The July 20, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes New president, CEO named for Myrtle Beach Chamber, Richardson cruises in primary for school board chairman, International Drive ready, Ribbon cutting held for Glenn’s Bay Road project, etc. Read more

The July 13, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Who will chair the school board? Three candidates on the ballot in next week’s Republican Primary, Free library cards may be coming, Myrtle Beach Fire Department Ocean Rescue Team train in the ocean on Saturday, Testing for THC, … Read more

The July 6, 2018, edition of the Myrtle Beach Herald includes Records: Horry County police mishandled sexual assault, harassment complaints against officers, As annual Surfoff approaches, loved ones remember its namesake, Wheel to Surf gathers for a paddle-out to memorialize fellow surfer, ‘… Read more