Traffic was snarled on Cultra Road Tuesday and again yesterday, but by Dec. 15, barring bad weather, Conwayites will think the inconvenience was well worth it, according to Anna Barnhill, Horry County’s construction manager with the S.C. Department of Transportation.
Being announced as Aynor Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year was the icing on the cake for Kaitlyn Ryhal – the wedding cake to be exact.
When Santee Cooper sent Bob Sweet an email last month, the Plantation Lakes homeowner hoped the message would finally explain how his neighborhood could acquire its 220 light poles from the utility.
After more than an hour of contentious arguments in Beaufort County on Monday, Myrtle Beach, Horry County and Horry County Schools agreed to extend the discovery period in the county and school district’s suit against Myrtle Beach over how the tax incremental financing (TIF) funds were spent…
Colt Galloway chose a blue truck because he was pretty sure the 5-year-old little girl wouldn’t want it.
Bob Hellyer will be Surfside Beach’s next mayor, and Paul Holder, Cindy Keating and Michael Drake were elected to serve on the town council, according to unofficial election results.
Former District 1 Horry County School Board member Holly Heniford’s DUI case has been dismissed, according to North Myrtle Beach spokesperson Pat Dowling.
With 80 children on the waiting list, Creative Beginnings Child Development Center will open its Carolina Forest location next month.
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.
Horry County Councilman Harold Worley wants the public to see the county’s proposed hospitality fee settlement contract before the deal is approved.
North Myrtle Beach on Friday held a drop-in charrette hosted by parking consultants Kimley-Horn in order to get feedback from residents on the city’s inaugural paid parking program that lasted from June 15 through the end of October.
A Charlotte, North Carolina, man involved in sex trafficking minors in Myrtle Beach was sentenced to 30 years in prison, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Andrew Murray.
Lakeside Cemetery is a quiet, historic and beautiful place, and the Lakeside Cemetery Committee wants to raise $140,000 to keep it that way, according to Ben Burroughs, vice chairman of the committee.
The Conway Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors didn’t discuss Tuesday what it might take to get them to move to make room for a new Conway City Hall, but several members did say they don’t think relocating the chamber into the City’s new building is a good idea.
Horry County Council members remain divided over whether to pay Coastal Carolina University nearly $40,000 for an economic analysis of IMAGINE 2040, the county’s proposed 20-year plan for managing growth and development.
The Conway Police Department is seeking the public's help as the agency works to locate a person involved in a forgery case.
A man who police believe committed a series of sexual assaults and the murder of a 29-year-old woman in the Washington, D.C., area in the 1990s was arrested Wednesday at his Conway area home, authorities said.
Horry County Government will spend the next two months looking for land in the western part of the county to purchase for an equestrian arena and civic center.
Tonya Dawsey has come full circle, having attended Midland Elementary as a child and now being honored as her school’s 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year.
An Horry County jury recently convicted a 32-year-old Myrtle Beach man who had been charged in relation to a fatal double shooting, according to a news release from 15th Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson.
Veterans from every branch of the military were in attendance for the fourth annual Salute to Loris American Heroes that took place Saturday.
The Reverend W. Russell Freeman will be the next District 1 representative for Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach on the Horry County School Board.
Gov. Henry McMaster's state floodwater commission on Friday released its full report detailing how the state should address its flooding problems.
In an effort to recognize the many United States military veterans in Horry County, the Horry County Veterans Affairs Office has a monthly recognition program entitled “Horry’s Heroes” in which a veteran will be featured on the county’s social media platforms each month.
Free advance tickets are available for the 2019 Salute to American Veterans, according to the event’s sponsors. Tickets may be obtained on-line at tickets.coastal.edu, by telephone at 843-349-ARTS, and in person at the Wheelwright Auditorium box office Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
This week, approximately 1,100 horses and trail riders will arrive at Lakewood Camping Resort for the annual American Heart Association Beach Ride.
One person died and another was taken to the hospital Thursday night after a single-vehicle wreck in the Conway area, according to the Horry County Fire Rescue Twitter account.
The 5th T Innovation Group, operator of the Conway Innovation Center, is adding several new business services at the Conway Innovation Center.
A real estate company owned by a North Myrtle Beach city councilman is facing a lawsuit over bats found in a rental home.
Patriotism and appreciation for veterans will be the focus of the 15th Salute to Veterans coming to the historic Horry County Courthouse on what is forecasted to be a cold Saturday morning.
The long-delayed southern extension of S.C. 31 finally opened to traffic Thursday afternoon, according to a news release from the S.C. Department of Transportation.
Local governments would spend more than $14.5 million each year on I-73 if they finalize the hospitality fee settlement they tentatively agreed to last week, according to records obtained by myhorrynews.com.
Architects of Conway’s new city hall shared a preliminary drawing of the site at a council workshop Monday night showing a three-story, 50,000-square-foot building that spreads over the site of the Conway Chamber of Commerce’s office.
Many residents long believed to live in Horry County — who actually reside in neighboring Georgetown County — voted in favor of annexing into Horry, according to unofficial election results.