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The January 20, 2022, edition of The Horry Independent includes Developer eyes Conway after failing to persuade county about amphitheater project, An ongoing legacy: Aynor grits company continues to grow, SWA seeks to expand Horry County landfill, etc.

Recent e-Editions

The December 30, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Family Justice Center receives $1.5M to build Horry shelter for domestic violence victims, Solicitor’s Office helps low-income parents, Four months in Africa left Horton yearning to return, etc.

The December 23, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Crooked Oak Tavern owner moves forward with plans to transform old Abrams Department Store into a restaurant, Crooked Oak Tavern owner moves forward with plans to transform old Abrams Department Store into a restaurant, Matt Br…

The December 16, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes County attorneys qualified for Master in Equity, Excitement and victory on the minds of CCU football players ahead of 2021 Cure Bowl, Horry County Council disagrees with planning commission on RV park, begins rezoning approval, etc.

The December 9, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Santee Cooper customers should benefit from settlement, School board approves conceptual design for new Whittemore Park Middle School, Perimeter Road approved for Conway maps, County council looks to raise impact fee rates, etc.

The December 2, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes, Nichols hopes parade brings spark to twice-flooded town, Campgrounds in works for Conway area, Bucksport: Ladies want community’s uniqueness preserved, etc.

The November 25, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Condominium, brewery in Conway get green light from Community Appearance Board, Christmas season officially begins Dec. 2 in Downtown Conway, etc.

The November 18, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes HCS superintendent gets raise, contract extension, Friends, family remember Lois Eargle, Bucksport Thanksgiving Day parade to be rolling out at 11 a.m. Thanksgiving morning, etc.

The November 4, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Conway election: Helms, Goldfinch elected; Hardwick, Butler, headed to runoff, Volunteers, businesses team up to remove abandoned boats, Horry County Schools employees to receive bonuses this month, Conway Appearance board asks …

The October 21, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Chiefs to become foes on softball field, He overcame alcohol and drug addiction, but can this comedian clean up his act?, Conway city staff brushes up on painting skills for new downtown mural, etc.

The October 14, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Native Conwayite protects Downtown area, Horry County Schools agrees to settle board member's lawsuit for $260K, County encouraging homeowners affected by new flood zones to get flood insurance now, United Way of Horry helps Oak…

The October 7, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Skutchi Designs coming to Ascott Valley Industrial Park, Governor rolls out plan for funding long-promised interstate, Conwayites push for preservation of Whittemore Elementary School, etc.

The September 30, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes County moves forward with S.C. 90 funding, delays I-73 talks, Fall Festival fit for all ages, New FEMA flood insurance rules should reduce rates for most policyholders, State superintendent says districts now have authority to…

Recent e-Editions

The September 23, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Open carry law not causing problems so far, How a mule became a living history farm’s award-winning attraction, Police want new program to support merchants, etc.

The September 16, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes 9/11 changed this Horry County firefighter, but not his calling, County approves bonuses for county workers, debates using COVID relief funds for S.C. 90 widening, McDonald’s dreams come true, etc.

The September 2, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Public hearing on McLeod Health campus is Tuesday, COVID forces Conway High to close doors, Horry County Schools: 6,800 students in quarantine, Rural development raises red flags, etc.

The August 19, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Horry County approves plan to limit development along S.C. 90, County buying land for Carolina Forest government complex, Conway suspends several charges temporarily, etc.

The August 12, 2021, edition of The Horry Independent includes Candidates already filing for Conway City Council, Residents hope audit leads to lower cost for street lights, County road maintenance program faces uncertain future, etc.