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The Carolina Forest Panthers took home their fifth win of the season Friday, overpowering the Beaufort Eagles 40-20.

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One person died following "complications and injuries" from the fire in the Windsor Green condo complex Friday afternoon, according to Deputy Coroner Darris Fowler.

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One person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries following a fire at a Carolina Forest condo building Friday afternoon, according to Horry County Fire Rescue.

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Coastal Carolina University announced on Wednesday the return of one of their greatest rivalries by adding Liberty University to their 2020 season.

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Conway Medical Center (CMC) will now allow one visitor for each non-COVID overnight hospitalized patient, according to a news release. The new visitor guidelines will go into effect Thursday.

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One person was charged with "negligent operation" in connection to a Tuesday night boat crash on the Intracoastal Waterway, according to Department of Natural Resources spokesperson Kaley Lawrimore. 

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The National Weather Service (NWS) in Wilmington issued a hurricane watch for Hurricane Isaias Sunday night as the storm continues to head our way.

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Even at 14, there’s an elegance about Audrey Rickert that makes her being a harpist not at all surprising.

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The Carolina Forest High School NJROTC recently received the title of Distinguished Unit with Academic Honors for the first time. The following teams were recognized:

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The “stage” was set at the Main Street Auditorium on a recent Saturday afternoon awaiting the presentation of 16 beautiful handmade quilts that were neatly folded on a table on the stage.

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His obituary tells us the “where and when” about Brian Gennarelli’s passing on Jan. 2 at his North Myrtle Beach home.

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With the unemployment rate dropping throughout the United States getting a job is easier than ever, but finding good employees is harder, according to officials with the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.