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Enjoy watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV this year, because next year, you’ll surely be watching the nationally televised 101st 6ABC Dunkin’ Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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The total negative lunch balance across the entire Horry County School District comes in at just over $99,000, according to district records.

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“Frivolous” is how the city of Myrtle Beach describes a motion filed by Horry County Schools in the district’s fight with the city over plans to continue redeveloping the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base.

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They weren’t even born when the Temptations crooned “My Girl” from a 45 Rpm record back in the ‘60s.

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While the proposed 1,983-unit development off of Collins Jollie Road in Conway is still in the midst of its approval process with the City of Conway, Horry County Schools officials are thinking about what to do about the possible influx of students that may come from it.

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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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Carolina Forest High School is once again taking Homecoming on the road by having the parade off campus, and visiting five elementary and three middle schools.

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Students enrolling in tech schools in S.C. who want to eventually transfer to Coastal Carolina University will have a seamless transition thanks to a partnership signed today between CCU and the SC Technical College System. 

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The crowd at the Horry County School Board meeting tonight was passionate about the recent curriculum committee proposal that would make Scholars Academy a standalone school, and would move the Academy of Art, Science and Technology (AAST) option away from freshman and sophomore students and…

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Students and parents won’t have to worry about make-up days from Hurricane Dorian taking any of their holiday vacation days, as Horry County Schools Superintendent Rick Maxey announced that the days to be made up are already built into the school calendar.

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Horry-Georgetown Technical College announced Sunday that they will cancel on-campus classes and initiate an "academic continuity plan" beginning Tuesday.

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The first class of 11 third-year Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine students arrived earlier this summer to Conway Medical Center, and will be living, learning, and serving at CMC for the next two years.

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Back in the late 1980s when Coastal Carolina University offered Sunny Gupta a scholarship to attend the school, they never imagined they would be renaming the College of Science for him years later.

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Horry-Georgetown Technical College plans to meet the area’s demand for skilled workers with the upcoming completion of the new Advanced Manufacturing Center on their Georgetown campus, which is slated to open at the end of August.

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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.

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On July 1, Teresa Todd will officially become principal of North Myrtle Beach High School, taking over for Trevor Strawderman as he leaves for an administrative job at the Charleston County School District. 

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The Coastal Carolina Board of Trustees approved their Tuition and Fees for the 2019-2020 school year this morning, raising undergraduate in-state tuition by 0.9 percent, and by 2.8 percent for out-of-state undergraduates.

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Aynor High School’s 192 seniors said goodbye to high school last night during the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2019.

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The Palmetto Academy for Learning Motorsports (PALM) Principal Avery Moore raced the school’s student-built car at Myrtle Beach Speedway on Saturday night for a good cause.

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Janell Porter’s children weren’t able to come cheer on their mom as she was inducted into the National Adult Education Honor Society through Horry County’s Adult Education this past week, but she said they were in her heart.

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Dr. J. Ralph Byington, Coastal Carolina University's Executive Vice President and Provost, has resigned, according to Caroline Rohr, external communications coordinator with CCU.