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A college student and resident of Barefoot Resort neighborhood is organizing a 1.78-mile run or walk event in memory of Sgt. Gordon William Best, who died while responding to a call in the pre-dawn hours of Jan. 1. Best’s badge number was 178. 

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John Rhodes, the folksy-but-frank former mayor who guided Myrtle Beach for a dozen years, died early Sunday at Grand Strand Medical Center after struggling with COVID-19.

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One person was killed in an overnight shooting outside of Loris, according to Horry County police spokesperson Mikayla Moskov. 

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The body of a missing man was recovered from a pond near Renee Drive in Carolina Forest Friday morning, according to Horry County police spokesperson Mikayla Moskov and Horry County Fire Rescue spokesperson Tony Casey.

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Horry County students will return to the classroom next week.School district officials on Wednesday announced that classes will begin in a hybrid format — a mixture of in-person and virtual instruction — starting Tuesday.“Students who are in groups A and G will return to the brick-and-mortar…

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Horry County Schools released a statement from Superintendent Rick Maxey, confirming he received a positive COVID-19 test result yesterday afternoon.

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The Horry County Board of Education said Monday night that parents can expect an announcement by Wednesday about whether students can return to in-person instruction next week.

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Two people were injured in a shooting in Myrtle Beach around 5:53 p.m. Monday, according to police spokesperson Thomas Vest. 

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The South Carolina Department of Transportation on Monday started repair work to the Highway 17 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway that connects Little River to North Myrtle Beach. 

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On Thursday, residents at the Brightwater retirement community in Myrtle Beach received their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, which will give them immunity from the viral disease once they get their second dose in February. 

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The folks at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church know what it’s like to wander in the wilderness, but that’s about to stop.

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The Horry County Coroner's Office said a man who died during a car wreck and shooting outside Myrtle Beach early Saturday died by homicide from gunshot wounds sustained during the incident, and not the car crash. 

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Police are investigating a shooting incident near Sandy Bluff Road in Green Sea Tuesday night, according to Horry County police.

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Anyone needing to voice concerns to Loris Mayor Todd Harrelson or other city council members will soon have some public opportunities to do so.

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Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, the Barefoot swing bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway will be reduced to one lane in order to for Wilmington-based Saffo Contractors to begin the annual maintenance, which could take between three and four weeks to complete, according to the city …

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Aynor Middle School Teacher of the Year April Troglauer wants upcoming middle schoolers to know that they do not have to play an instrument to join a music class.

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Aynor High School biology teacher Dixie Cox was recently recognized as the school’s 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year.

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA | Coastal Carolina's perfect season came to an end late Saturday in a gut-wrenching 37-34 overtime loss to Liberty in the FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl.

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The historic Peanut Warehouse on Conway’s riverfront has already undergone an outside transformation, but the new owners have even more plans to upgrade the inside and add services for people who want to rent the popular building, according to one of the new owners.

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Horry County Chief Deputy Coroner Tamara Willard on Thursday released the identities of the two victims of a Loris double murder that occurred between 11 p.m. Wednesday and 1 a.m. Thursday.