Chloe Stampfle, a ninth-grader at the Academy of Arts, Science and Technology, was inspired by her 12-year-old autistic brother when suggesting that the AAST Students in Action chapter raise money for SOS Healthcare’s Oak Tree Farm Project.
The Conway City Council, expressing concern for the safety of vaping and the appearance that vape shops might give to Downtown Conway and riverfront visitors, is considering restricting the shops to industrial areas.
Proposed legislation that recently passed in the state House of Representatives seeks to bar communities from enacting laws regulating tobacco products.
The $9.8 million U.S. Department of Transportation grant recently awarded to the R.J. Corman Railroad Company is certainly appropriately named for Conway.
The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) began transitioning six Business Recovery Centers into Disaster Loan Outreach Centers effective Friday, Dec. 14.
With six convenient locations across the Grand Strand and specialists in both family practice and emergency medicine, Beach Family and Urgent Care is here to handle your family’s healthcare needs.
Carolina Regional Cancer Center has been committed to providing quality cancer care and radiation therapy close to home since first opening its doors in 1980.
When minister Dan Hager heard about the need for shelter for Tidelands Health team members who would be working during historic flooding threatening Georgetown County, he didn’t hesitate to act.
Conway City Council voted Monday afternoon to hold off on filing an injunction to stop a barrier on U.S. 501 bypass that they thought might cause more Conway homes to flood, but after they all went to the site to see the work for themselves they agreed the barrier is a good idea.
A hurricane, potential flooding and snarled traffic could almost be called a blessing for Downtown Conway restaurants, but that was not the case earlier this week for all business owners.
McLeod Health opened its $110 million North Strand patient tower on Monday, completing the latest in a series of construction projects aimed at meeting the medical needs of the rapidly growing area.
An updated report by the Hurricane Genesis & Outlook (HUGO) Project at Coastal Carolina University is forecasting a lower probability of Atlantic hurricane activity for the reminder of the 2018 hurricane season than was indicated in its initial outlook released in May.
During July, a total of 364,018 passengers came through the Myrtle Beach International Airport, or MYR, which is an increase of 19.3-percent compared to July 2017, according to a news release.
When Sarah Ballabani watched her grandmother, an optometrist, perform eye surgery during a family trip to Albania, the 7-year-old decided she wanted to go into the medical field.
Whether you deal with ADD/ADHD, depression and mood disorders, fibromyalgia, anxiety, arthritis or chronic pain, Coastal Green Wellness CBD may be able to help provide relief.
The Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association is doing its best to try to combat what they say is not only a current lack of construction workers, but a lack of truly skilled ones.
Thirty one contestants took part in Croissants Bistro & Bakery’s 7th Annual Cupcake Eating Contest on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at Croissants Bistro & Bakery at the Grande Dunes.
If you have a passion for elder care and a desire to work in an inspiring and supportive environment with flexible hours and a great benefits package, then serving as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) for the elders of Kingston Nursing Center at Conway Medical Center may be what you’re seeking.
Those interested in getting to Riverfest via the Waccamaw River will have to use another boat landing this Saturday, as Conway Marina’s boat ramp will be closed as of early Saturday morning.
Greenville businessman John Warren, who faces incumbent Governor Henry McMaster in a runoff this coming Tuesday, visited his Conway supporters today at The Warehouse in downtown Conway.
The Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation recognized two Conway businesses this past week as Legacy businesses, which means they’ve been in business for at least 50 continuous years.
Representative Jeff Johnson presented a resolution from the S.C. State House to Donzelle's Restaurant in Conway Friday morning, recognizing the life and accomplishments of Mrs. Donzelle Dickerson, who began the restaurant in 1962 with her husband Willard "Dick" Dickerson.
Owners Dottie and Mike Klein, along with Conway Mayor Barbara Blain-Bellamy, officially cut the ribbon on Rivertown Yoga, located at 1017 Third Avenue in downtown Conway. They were joined by representatives from the Conway Chamber of Commerce, Conway Downtown Alive and the City of Conway, as…