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The August 22, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Meeting scheduled to help better educate citizens on new Collins Jollie subdivision, Horry County hopes to purchase former Santee Cooper office, New Jersey auto parts maker opening plant in Conway area, Family looms large as Conw…

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The August 15, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway Perimeter Road preferred route revealed, Horry County approves three-year contract with new administrator, A state park on Waties Island? Not if the family owners get their way, Horry County, Myrtle Beach can't reach resol… Read more

The August 8, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes City unveils plan for 828-acre development off Collins Jollie, CPA: Conway Golf Club stockholders need to submit information now, Cory Booker visits Bucksport, Lowest estimate to build amphitheater is $4.3 million, etc. Read more

The August 1, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes DHEC: No asbestos in collapsed Conway building, but owner needed state license to clear the site, Candidates step up to replace retiring judge, Horry County preparing for population boom, City purchases riverfront land, etc Read more

The July 18, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Judge warns young men they could die in prison serving lengthy time, Judge's latest order answers some questions in hospitality fee case, but not others, Two years behind schedule, S.C. 31 extension projected to be finished by fall… Read more

The July 4, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Former councilman to head city’s recreation, Treasurer intervenes in hospitality fee fight, asks judge to clarify ruling, Administrator candidates upbeat after interviews, SC on pace for record number of sea turtle nests during this… Read more

The June 20, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Hillary sentenced to life without parole, SLED investigate Horry County Council on Aging’s finances, Conway citizens recognized for supporting to the city, Overcrowding may force shelter to euthanize more animals, etc. Read more

The June 13, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Search narrows for Horry County’s next administrator, Riverfront Park stage could be modified for amphitheater, After 46 years, Mrs. Carolyn closes Jack and Jill Nursery School, U.S. Tennis Association involved in restoring tennis … Read more

The June 6, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway lawyer, wife leave nearly $9 million to local libraries, How seven years of therapy led to a new drive-in movie theatre, Horry County’s top emergency management official headed to Conway Medical Center, Conwayite sentenced to… Read more

The May 30, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County officials deciding whether to buy land for $47 million Carolina Forest road project, First Steps outdoor event entertained while educating, Records: Former Conway PRT director maxed out city credit card, made ‘questiona… Read more

The May 23, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Main Street bridge still scheduled to open Monday, Treasurer’s office, local bank working to improve tax processing, Adult ed student credits program for giving back her self-confidence, Area mayors criticize Horry County leaders, s… Read more

The May 16, 2019 edition of the Horry Independent includes Defense attorneys hope to save ‘JJ’ Jenkins’ life; Peanut Warehouse may receive new siding; Aynor hopes to duplicate 2018 success; Blue Jackets will play only nine regular season games; S.C. shellfish harvesting season to close May … Read more

The May 2, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Final Sunhouse trial begins May 6, Flood meeting set for Monday at 4 p.m., Successful turkey hunting requires lots of patience and a little luck, International Drive Road Race: A chance to bond, be seen and compete, etc. Read more

The April 4, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conwayites fear Perimeter road will add congestion, take their homes, City Council votes to require larger lot sizes at former golf course, Shoreline’s Youth Advisory Board wants a safe Prom Night for all, County Council, administr… Read more

The March 28, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Perimeter Road dreams start to move forward, County attorney asked SLED to dig deeper into council chairman investigation, County Council chairman begins negotiating administrator’s exit, etc. Read more

The March 21, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway teen advances on NBC singing competition, County assistant administrator takes job with S.C. Department of Transportation, Conway pitcher draws attention as potential pro vs. CCU debate nears, etc. Read more

The March 14, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Several Conway council members worry about youth and Downtown, Loris man insists he didn’t mean to shoot his nephew, After budget retreat, raises are likely for Conway city employees, County leaders trying to salvage I-73 funding, etc. Read more

The March 7, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Cerny fulfilling work God left him here to accomplish, Horry County administrator survives push to fire him, SLED investigating Horry County Schools construction program, New ‘signature’ steakhouse and McAlister’s Deli coming to Co… Read more

The February 28, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes S.C. Court of Appeals overturns Sim’s conviction, CAB give Nealy’s ‘Under the Bridge’ its first approval, Conway helping Conway, Former CHS student files lawsuit against Chuck Jordan, Teen applauded for Conway helping Conway, etc. Read more

The February 21, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes SCDOT promises 24 hour a day work on Conway bridge, County Council approves raises for magistrates, Some Horry County councilmen upset about $5,200 price tag for budget retreat, Mayor and three city councilmen want to keep thei… Read more

The February 14, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Nearly one year later, Carolina Forest family haunted by fire, Conway royalty, Conwayite wins seat on S.C. Appeals Court, Families shocked, struggling after air ambulance bills, etc. Read more

The February 7, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Developer asks for 200 homes on golf course property, How Horry County plans to improve more than 3,200 acres of wetlands, A $17.6 million railroad upgrade will speed up R.J. Corman’s freight service, etc. Read more

The January 31, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Bagel, Sarge died too early; families sue puppies’ seller, Advocates and state lawmakers push for reforms, Conway seeks new sources of revenue, Conway’s Frank Theatres closes its doors, etc. Read more

The January 24, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County teachers among those planning to rally for larger pay raises, Daniels sentenced to 45 years in jail, Horryites believe statewide effort can reduce flooding, etc. Read more

The January 17, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes TOR celebrates with a musical walk down memory lane, Cast members, supporters remember the high points, Horry vehicle tax notices go out late, Well-traveled Conway road scheduled for repaving, etc. Read more

The December 20, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes City expanding its vision of an ‘Inclusive’ Park, Attorneys want Cochran’s case sent back to trial, Horry County senator's bill: Let residents vote on gas tax hike for beach renourishment, Family struggles on the cusp of Christ… Read more

The December 13, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Main Street’s train will soon be back, Conway council urged to head off human trafficking, Coastal towns suing Trump Administration over seismic testing, State lawmakers look toward change, drafting legislation following deaths… Read more

The December 6, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Main Street bridge will go dark soon, N.C. crane company moving to Horry County, Conway High improves its state report card score, County office struggles to manage elections, etc. Read more

The November 29, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Man convicted of Parker murders hopes for new trial, Tree lighting kicks off Christmas, Charges dropped against WPMS volunteer coach, State board swiftly denies parole for Sidney Moorer, Golf course price lowered to $1.625 mill… Read more

The November 22, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes FEMA buyout lessens future flooding threats, Displaced flood victims still thankful for support, family, Christmas Regatta set for Dec. 8, City Council gives first reading to increase lot sizes in Conway’s new developments, etc. Read more

The November 15, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Amid heated dispute, some Horry County Council members walk out of meeting to stop peers from overturning controversial decision, Still time to respond to historical site survey in Horry County, State leaders call for reforms a… Read more

The November 8, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes County leaders mull new rules for tethering animals, Conway allotted an additional $500,000 for flood buyout, Conway woman finds and passes on treasured keepsakes to Loris resident, County debates waiving permit fees for flood v… Read more

The November 1, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Cochran set free in Stand Your Ground case, Local restaurant plans spaghetti benefit to aid flood victims, Bucksport Marina trying to recover, Winning Food Network episode was the icing on the cake, etc. Read more

The October 25, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway couple gets a scream out of Halloween decorating, S.C. Governor tackles flooding, CHS Homecoming queen crowned, Thousands of properties likely being added to Horry County flood zones, Tammy Moorer convicted of kidnapping,… Read more

The October 19, 2018, edition of The Horry Independent includes Hardees complete 800-mile bicycle ride in 12 days and raise $90,000, Flood could change Conway’s landscape, Lawmakers revive interest in canal project, Officials scramble to create programs to help victims relocate, etc. Read more

The October 4, 2018, edition of the Horry Independent includes More than 350 Conway homes, businesses damaged by flood, Water has been devastating for many Conway businesses, Florence highlights infrastructure problems, Council considers moratorium, etc. Read more

The September 27, 2018, edition of the Horry Independent includes Flood destroys homes, upends lives during push through county, Waccamaw crests, now comes recovery, Waccamaw River takes over Lee’s Landing home, Conwayites get upclose meetings with Trump, etc. Read more

The September 20, 2018, edition of the Horry Independent 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