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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.

Recent e-Editions

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

The March 5, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Charges brought in Baby Boy Horry’s case, CCU group brings magic to hurting children, Governor visits Trump office, Educators and alumni to be inducted into Hall of Fame, etc. Read more

The February 27, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Merchants: Keep city hall downtown, County council members debate buyout program for flood victims, Hemingway Street homeowner told to get an attorney, Tigers advance to Lower State finals, etc. Read more

The February 20, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Sandridge residents upset about Perimeter Road, New convenience store could cause problems for residents, a church and police, Bus service looking to grow after years of struggle, Conway youngster earns his spot in history, etc. Read more

The February 13, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway’s Night to Shine: A special event for special people, Filing opens next month for local races, HCPD wants to add sensory kits to patrol cars, Intersection named after distinguished citizens of the community, etc. Read more

The February 6, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Developer, city reveal plans for five-story Downtown Conway residential building, Horry County moves closer to choosing site for equestrian center, County's 'Second Amendment sanctuary' proposal receives initial approval, Retire… Read more

The January 30, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Engineers looking for plan to curb flash flooding, Horryites hoping for USC Board of Trustees seat, Horry County police eyeing license plate readers, Myrtle Beach hopes Coastal Carolina partnership gives downtown a boost, Horry … Read more

The January 23, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Longtime Horry County auditor announces retirement, New Conway city hall estimated at $15.8-$20.5 million, Robotic surgery for hernias helps lessen recovery time, blood loss, Conway homeowner appears in court on nuisance charge, etc. Read more

The January 16, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes County’s former information security officer pleads guilty in theft case, Committee focusing on residential design standards continues talks, Tap house planned for site near CCU, Judge declines to drop murder charge against Gary… Read more

The January 9, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes Cross-country walk ends as healing continues for veteran, Senior independent living facility proposed for Wild Wing, Utility offers to take over Conway water service area in The Forest, From dropout to standout, etc. Read more

The January 2, 2020, edition of The Horry Independent includes PIA graduates go on to work for companies such as NASA and SpaceX, Top 10 stories for 2019, North Myrtle Beach to host benefit concert for a shelter for Horry’s domestic violence victims, etc. Read more

The December 26, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway Lions Club continues Christmas bicycle giveaway, A Night to Shine returns in February, HCS transportation director retires in wake of DUI charge, Octogenarian gives it the old college try, graduates from CCU. Read more

The December 19, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Study outlines impact fee recommendations for Horry County, Grand Strand cities approve hospitality fee settlement; county wants to change deal, CCU cutting corners to balance budget, Police: No one should be in Hemingway Stree… Read more

The December 12, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes New industry expects 115 jobs, Five things to know about Horry County's new plan for growth and development, Concessions, advertising drive interest in privatizing county recreation centers, Conway Christmas Parade Saturday at … Read more

The December 5, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Through thick and thin: How the Green Sea Floyds community’s support for football never wavered, Committee to study chamber’s future, Water Worries, City Council defers vote on short-term rentals, etc. Read more

The November 21, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County searching for property to buy for equestrian arena, civic center, Improvements to Cultra Road get underway, Jordan wins seat in Conway runoff election, Lane Use Committee tweaks Conway’s growth and development plan, etc. Read more

The November 14, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Chamber board questions new city hall plan, Lakeside Cemetery Committee wants to raise $140,000 for decorative wall, State commission offers strategies to address flooding, etc. Read more

The November 7, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Architects share new city hall drawing at workshop, Former Conway restaurant manager gets 10-years in prison for enslaving intellectually-disabled man, S.C. Governor McMaster, Lt. Gov. Evette to address public at Floodwater Comm… Read more

The October 31, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Eight Conwayites on the ballot for Tuesday, State charges against convicted murder Brandon Council to be dismissed, but could be reinstated, Governor in talks with Horry County, Myrtle Beach about I-73 funding, etc. Read more

The October 24, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes City taking steps toward stronger standards for homebuilders, Naming rights can be bought, AAST reduced to juniors and seniors only; Scholars to be a standalone school, Lawmakers seek specifics about Busbee Bypass, etc. Read more

The October 17, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Long Bay Symphony heads to Conway to honor veterans, Despite setback, Horry County resident will still pursue temporary injunction on new development, Conway movie theater opens tonight, Conway High will celebrate Homecoming wit… Read more

The October 10, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes City of Conway discusses removal of chamber of commerce building to make room for new city hall, Scholars Academy as a standalone school sparks concerns on both sides of issue, ECHS earns best district high school scores, Inclus… Read more

The October 3, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway’s Bryan Edwards looks back at a storied SC career, Food Lion donates to Council on Aging, Hodge Carlisle face two counts of murder charges and card fraud, Conway planting $35,000 of trees in Hurricane Florence’s path, etc. Read more

The September 19, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes Council trial begins with chilling video, Presidential candidate visits Conway, promises disaster recovery reform, In the wake of DUI arrest, Heniford resigns from school board, SCDOT pursuing federal money for raising U.S. 50… Read more

The September 12, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes City officials want businesses to look nicer, State begins trying Sidney Moorer again, City council approves $1.1 million increase in budget, Collins Jollie engineer: ‘All development isn’t bad’, etc. Read more

The September 5, 2019, edition of The Horry Independent includes New committee begins looking at ways to build bridge that would connect Conway with S.C. 544, Oak Tree Farm to accept first five residents in December, CMC introduces students, readies for resident physicians, etc. Read more

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… Read more

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