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Ten Surfside Beach political candidates weighed in on matters ranging from reconstruction of the town fishing pier to business friendliness at a standing-room-only forum weeks before the Nov. 5 election for three seats on town council and the mayoral position.

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Tammy Sherman had a great time on the dance floor at the Conway Medical Center’s first Harvest of Hope on Thursday night, a free Cancer Survivor celebration event at Thompson Farm at Brickyard Plantation.

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A parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Salvation Army in Horry County was small, but the organization’s impact has been huge, said Conway Mayor Barbara Blain-Bellamy.

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Celebrating Halloween and a brand-new walking trail, the Horry County Parks and Recreation Department will host a 5K Ghost of the Coast Fun Run and Trunk or Treat in Carolina Forest on Oct. 26.

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By the time the holidays roll around, the Third Avenue side of Papa’s General Store will sport a new vintage-style mural.

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All five candidates for North Myrtle Beach’s three council seats up for election in November plan to attend a North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce meet-and-greet forum Thursday afternoon, according to Pete Brooks, the chamber’s director of public relations and governmental affairs.

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Downtown Myrtle Beach could see a new K-8 charter school if a “still evolving” partnership between Coastal Carolina University and the City of Myrtle Beach comes to fruition. 

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Beginning this Thursday night, citizens of Conway won’t have to drive to the beach to see a movie anymore.

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Proposed changes to S.C. Highway 9 in front of Loris Elementary School were presented to the public during a South Carolina Department of Transportation meeting last week.

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The city of North Myrtle Beach started decorating the NMB Park and Sports Complex in September in preparation for the Great Christmas Light Show, and they expect it to be bigger and better than last year. 

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Early College High School recently celebrated having the highest high school score on the S.C. Report Card, scoring an Excellent designation with a score of 87 out of 100.

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The Myrtle Beach homeless could lose a refuge after city officials took their final vote on an ordinance to annex more than 7 acres of property next to Helping Hands of Myrtle Beach. It’s situated between Nance Street, Mr. Joe White Avenue and Grissom Parkway. 

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UPDATE: Hardee was found safe in Georgetown County and reunited with his family in Horry County, according to the HCPD.

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Ten Coastal Carolina University students in the intelligence and national security studies program participated in the National Intelligence Studies (NIS) Study Away program this past summer.