The widening of Carolina Forest Boulevard could cost $15.4 million less than originally projected, according to Horry County officials’ latest estimates.
Horry County officials will soon decide whether they should purchase land for a road project that would link Carolina Forest Boulevard with S.C. 31.
He’s already got the frustrated artist’s fingers-through-the-straight-blondish-hair move. And he takes his teacher’s “focused” description all the way to “obsessed.”
Charles Perry, editor of the Carolina Forest Chronicle and the North Strand News, was honored Saturday as S.C. Weekly Journalist of the Year by the S.C. Press Association.
Krisha Alewine’s purple cast bears the names of her two sons. It clings to her right leg after an ankle fusion surgery — one of multiple operations she’s undergone over the last year.“In some ways, it seems like it’s been forever,” she said of the disaster that caused her injuries, which hap…
Melissa Green watched her 2-year-old daughter Annaleise stop breathing twice between Daniel Island and MUSC in Charleston.
Rather than renovate an aging Myrtle Beach facility, Horry County leaders are considering building a government complex in Carolina Forest.
Emotional requests from the family of a taxi driver who was shot on Dillon Street in Conway in 2016 and from the family of his suspected killer were shared in an Horry County courtroom Thursday afternoon.
Former Conway Recreation Department all-star and Carolina Forest High School quarterback Zach Cerny is a hero to many kids in remote areas of India, where he has assisted in performing surgeries the past three years.
When crews break ground on the widening of Carolina Forest Boulevard in a few months, the project will include one multi-purpose path down the western side of the four-lane road.
Another victim of last year’s Windsor Green condo fire filed a lawsuit against the complex’s homeowners association and property management company on Monday.
Whether it’s putting a new roof on a hurricane-damaged home, hunting for turtle eggs or helping people learn to read and speak English, volunteers are needed.
Two families who leapt from third-story balconies to escape the Windsor Green fire filed separate lawsuits against the condo complex’s homeowners association and property management company this month, alleging in court records that the defendants did not take the necessary precautions to pr…
Seats are available for only one of four “Holiday Spectacular” shows, and the fourth show was added because the others sold out so fast.
The owner of River Oaks Golf Plantation wants to convert nearly 60 acres of the course into a neighborhood of single-family homes, according to public records.
Fabian Boyzo churns up the rugged trails of the Horry County Bike and Run Park a few times each week, but he spends most of his biking hours maneuvering along Grand Strand roads.
On Saturday, Oct. 6, volunteers at Carolina Forest High School and its NJROTC unit distributed food, cleaning items, water and other supplies to members of the local community who lost their homes to flooding due to Hurricane Florence.
A Carolina Forest woman who was flooded out of her home in 2015 and 2016 sued Horry County Government on Friday, alleging in court records that county officials neglected to make drainage improvements that would have prevented damage to her house.
McLeod Health will continue expanding its Carolina Forest complex by adding an outpatient physical therapy center there this spring, hospital officials said.
Everything was going well for Southgate residents Eddie, Diane and their 17-year-old daughter Gabby Arambula until their GPS stopped directing them.
A 31-year-old man whose body was found in a pond behind a Carolina Forest grocery store died from drowning, according to a news release from the Horry County Coroner's Office.
Little orange sticks will be in the ground pretty soon, and that’s a good indication that the new Carolina Forest Senior Center is on the way.
Imagine putting on a pair of cotton overalls and a red bandana and making syrup from real sugar cane at the L.W. Paul Living Farm.
When Steve Geng looks at the construction sites in the back section of Carolina Forest, he sees business growth finally catching up with the community’s residential development.