Looking for a way “to bring peace and calm” into her life, Nicola Roberts started going to Beautiful Mind in Carolina Forest and noticed a difference immediately.
Three Conway area businesses with a total of 234 years of service to this community were officially named Legacy businesses by the Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation and were applauded this week by the BAR board.
The Conway City Council and its staff say they’ve heard criticism about the design of some of Conway’s newer subdivisions, so they want to know what it is that their citizens like and don’t like.
When Bob Sweet saw what Santee Cooper charged his property owners association for leasing light poles, the price tag shocked the Plantation Lakes resident.
The Horry County Police Department is searching for a man who authorities say assaulted and robbed someone early Thursday morning in the Conway area.
Attorneys for Horry County and Myrtle Beach must meet within 20 days to begin mediating their clients' dispute over hospitality fees, according to a judge’s order Wednesday.
Jeff Krichten adjusted his suspenders and looked around the room at fellow Myrtle Beach firefighters trying on new turnout gear.
Sarah Lee Faulk said no amount of money could make her want to move from her home of more than 50 years off of Cates Bay Highway in Conway.
Citizens and North Myrtle Beach planning commissioners alike voiced their disappointment Tuesday over proposed plans to turn Possum Trot Golf Course into a 716-unit planned development district.
Horry County Administrator Steve Gosnell received a green light Tuesday to begin looking at options for building a multi-use arena and meeting center in the S.C. 22 corridor.
North Myrtle Beach police on Monday arrested a man in connection with the death of a man who succumbed to a gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at Grand Strand Regional Medical Center.
Two victims in the Kingston Lake Drive armed robbery, burglary trial were unshakable in their testimony that the two defendants were among the four who went into their home brandishing guns and threatening to kill them in July of 2016.
North Myrtle Beach leaders plan to borrow $4.25 million to buy 96 acres of land adjacent to the south side of the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, according to an ordinance that city council passed on first reading Monday.
Loris Mayor Todd Harrelson and some members of Loris City Council are spending part of this week in Greenville at the annual meeting of the South Carolina Municipal Association.
The brother-in-law of Atlantic Beach Mayor Jake Evans – and the husband of former Mayor Irene Armstrong – was arrested Thursday afternoon in Atlantic Beach.
On Saturday, June 29, Carolina Forest High School NJROTC established a new milestone for its program when five cadets graduated from Leadership Academy and two more graduated from CO-XO Academy held at The Citadel in Charleston.
What do an ice cream shop and a fitness gym have in common? The two new businesses should be open – one in Carolina Forest and one in Forestbrook – by this time next month.
Residents in the Murrells Inlet-Garden City Fire District will head to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to shell out more property tax money.
The Fireman’s Clubhouse will soon be gone, but nothing can erase the great memories that current and former Conway firemen and their children associate with the building.
Although most octogenarians are content to sit back and enjoy retirement, it’s Ora Leigh Elvis’ pleasure to stay busy working in the hospitality industry.
Golfers may be the only winners in a rift between some of the Grande Dunes property owners and the company that owns the golf club.
Horry County Council chose Steve Gosnell to be the county’s next administrator this week, but both sides must still work out a contract.
The city of North Myrtle Beach issued a boil water advisory Tuesday afternoon for part of Cherry Grove following a water line break that morning. The advisory was discontinued shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday.
“I will tell you, I fully intend to win this election,” U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris told about 1,200 people gathered at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center during a town hall on Monday.
One person was injured in a jet ski crash near the Little River Jetty, according to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources spokesperson Kaley Lawrimore.