- Myrtle Beach police name suspects charged in Sunday shooting
- Suspect in Ocean Boulevard murder says he and victim had long history
- Saturday on the Boulevard lacks the usual rumble of bikers
- DHEC announces 11 new COVID-19 cases in Horry County
- DHEC announces 10 more cases of COVID-19 in Horry County, two local deaths
- Conway Recreation Center opening June 1 with new name and looks
- Coroner identifies 19-year-old who died after crash on US 501
- DHEC announces new COVID-19 cases in Horry County; Grand Strand will see more free testing
- HCPD: One arrested after fleeing police, crashing vehicle
- Memorial Day weekend amps up in Myrtle Beach
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In the span of just over a week, seven people have been shot in three separate incidents. Has the city handled this situation well?
Myrtle Beach officials have praised the city's response to the Memorial Day weekend crowds. Despite the fact that there were two shootings, including a fatal one, Mayor Brenda Bethune described the weekend as “peaceful.” In the span of just over a week, seven people have been shot in three separate incidents. Has the city handled this situation well?