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The February 25, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Downtown Conway police officer will save time, improve service to merchants and shoppers, Group behind Conway Free Fridge program cited by city, County selects site for new government complex in Carolina Forest, etc.

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The February 18, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Celebration Square could be open as early as May, City of Conway receives largest grant ever, 1,000 acres in Georgetown will provide natural, cultural and historical learning opportunities, County officials, neighbors meeting n… Read more

The January 28, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway mourns man who offered waves, smiles and kindness, Hybrid school schedule next week, elementary students back five days Feb. 8, Hopefully a new attraction will drive business to Downtown Conway, City Council to vote on re… Read more

The January 21, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes As hospitals ask for more vaccines, McMaster tells them to use what they have, Treasurer, school board chairman reject area NAACP's call to resign, School District asks City Council for rezoning of five schools, etc. Read more

The January 14, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes With three projects ‘likely’ to be considered competing, state may reject one or more, HCS moves back to hybrid learning next week, Horry County police officer dies after being struck by vehicle, Carolina Forest lawmaker's bill … Read more

The January 7, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway City Administrator Emrick gives personal account of COVID, and offers warning to others, Conway developers consider another conservation/preservation neighborhood, Long, Hendrick lead first responders in COVID vaccination,… Read more

The December 17, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway’s $2 million project designed to reduce flooding, Some of the first CMC employees receive COVID-19 vaccine, Local 11-year-old wins ESPN contest to sing at Myrtle Beach Bowl, etc. Read more

The December 10, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Neighbors worried about CMC's new plans for Carolina Forest hospital, Graves sworn in as associate judge, City Council excited about this year’s light show, County Council scraps local mining regulations, etc. Read more

The November 19, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Parents must decide school schedules soon, Aynor native covers D.C. politics, Horry County auditor fires successor after larceny investigation leads to no charges, CMC receives $11 million grant from Duke Endowment, etc. Read more

The November 5, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Council orders crackdown on mask usage, Trump, Graham carry the county, Heavy turnout but few problems reported, Plexiglass installations for grades K-5 underway next weekend, etc. Read more

The October 22, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Council votes to end mask mandate, Hybrid model continues, Some voters haven’t received absentee ballots, Conway hires Harrelson as public works director, Horry County area sports, Oyster harvest, etc. Read more

The October 15, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Why Conway's mayor, otherwise known as "Mimi", is taking on teaching duties, Starting next month, those calling 911 might get a message, 'I praise God that I’m okay': Conway area woman unhurt after tornado rips through her Conw… Read more

The September 24, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Santel wins professional eater challenge at Crooked Oak Tavern, Main Street bridge to get second phase of repairs, Subdivision on Collins Jollie Road gets new approach, Police charge six people with murder in connection to Con… Read more

The September 17, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes New construction could begin in Downtown Conway sometime after the first of the year, HCS Virtual students get opportunity to switch back, Program helps veterans cope with life after military service, Bog-Off still on for next… Read more

The September 10, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes City Council says yes to Halloween, worries about New Year’s Eve, New hospitals planned for Horry County, but how many will be approved?, HCS students arrive for first day of hybrid school schedule, HCS Virtual parents, teache… Read more

The September 3, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County extends mask mandate for 60 days, One Horry County city has not approved the hospitality fee settlement, Parents receive answers about virtual classes, buses and more, Edge: People in New Zealand need God, etc. Read more

The August 27, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County seeking $17.7 million for buyout program to help flood victims, HCS says virtual info coming, shares surprising transfer statistics, Bingham brings Halloween Show to Downtown Conway, Man who crashed into North Myrtle… Read more

The August 21, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Good Hope Church member says, after two years, charges in church members' killings are bittersweet, Conway’s masks mandate extended three more weeks, Horryites suffering from prolonged COVID-19 symptoms look for answers, etc. Read more

The August 13, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Amid pandemic, Coastal Carolina welcomes new students to campus, Alex Hyman seeks circuit judge seat a second time, County, city mulling settlement as court date looms, Here's what Horry County's latest effort to crack down on re… Read more

The July 30, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Anonymous donor promises $95 million to CCU, Local housing market is hot despite COVID-19, Court delays SAFE grants, Students returning to Conway Christian School next month, etc. Read more

The July 23, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes It’s the law: Wear a mask!, Conway City Council looking toward fall and Christmas season, HCS department head sues district, Families of CresCom Bank shooting victims file lawsuits, etc. Read more

The July 16, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County leaders interested in flood diversion canal, but Army Corps of Engineers still concerned about project, Board: School start date will now be September 8, High school sports season delayed for at least three more weeks,… Read more

The July 9, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway council votes to require some folks to wear masks and encourages everyone to don them, Hazzard selected as 15th Circuit Public Defender, Family medicine residents practicing under supervision of CMC physicians, etc. Read more

The July 2, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Ella Bromell cleared from criminal nuisance charge, Sales booming at Grand Strand fireworks stores, Conway fireworks Saturday at 9:30 p.m., Nearly two dozen arrested in major drug bust in Horry County, etc. Read more

The June 25, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes After contentious campaign, Rankin wins re-election, Voters pick new Horry County auditor, District 9 county councilman, Horry County Republican Party leaders vote to uphold two primary results, Faith Davis using talents to help pa… Read more

The June 18, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes County gets first estimates on Busbee Bypass cost, City Council delays proposed fee increases, Conwayite charged with killing police officer denied bond, Scouts remember how flag should be honored when worn and tattered, etc. Read more

The June 11, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway mayor tests positive for COVID-19, Old Whittemore School back on council’s agenda, Horry County County Council incumbents sweep primaries, Edwards lands 50-pound catfish, etc. Read more

The June 4, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes 'There is no set path': Horry County students celebrate 2020 graduation amid COVID-19, Proposed city budget increases numerous fees, City Council gives sand mine first okay, Young musician brings elegance to the strings of a harp, etc. Read more

The May 14, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County School Board: Principals can decide on options for in-person graduation events, Proposed uses for Myrtle Beach Speedway property include hotels and townhouses, Conway approves plan to reopen the river city, Octogenarian… Read more

The April 30, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Jail population drops to lowest level since 2002, Bryan Edwards chosen to play with the Las Vegas Raiders, When COVID-19 let the air out of Ebert’s business, she decided to lift others' spirits, Nine-year-old Myrtle Beach girl acc… Read more

The April 23, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Time for chamber to give a decision, Most Horry County farmers markets delay opening, South Carolina businesses scrambled to secure billions for their employees, Nature-based flood design could help Conway, etc. Read more

The April 16, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes New signs point visitors in the right direction, The show must go on, Horry County leaders consider site near Loris High School for new recreation center, Conway church relies on faith as COVID-19 infects more than a half-dozen me… Read more

The April 9, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Courtney sparks statewide production of masks, Even amid virus concerns, a spring tradition continues, Conway teacher tests positive for COVID-19 leans on faith, family, Church bells bring comfort, etc. Read more

The April 2, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes CMC prepares for hike in COVID-19 cases, Drawing shows city hall and chamber staying downtown, Horry's business license fee hikes are hitting companies at the worst time, Conway High senior helps one stitch at a time, etc. Read more

The March 19, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes ‘We're fully relying on God': Conway pastor says wife diagnosed with COVID-19, Grocery stores still seeing shortages of paper goods, other essentials, Governor: Businesses should allow employees to work from home, if possible, etc. Read more

The March 12, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Hundreds mourn the loss of Odell Cochran, Horry County takes another step toward becoming a "Second Amendment sanctuary", School district officials struggling with parent concerns about special education services, etc. Read more