Horry County Government removed the Gardner Lacy Road extension from its plans for the Independent Republic Heritage Preserve.
Horry County Councilman Danny Hardee will seek to hold off a challenge from Loris High School band director Stephen Whisnant in Tuesday’s Republican Primary for the District 10 seat.
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:
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Thursday announced 245 new cases of COVID-19, including 26 in Horry County, and three additional deaths.
Seeing essential workers continue their duties during the coronavirus crisis, Tara Ewalt and Ana Mabry hatched an idea to show their thanks.
Concerns over the coronavirus pandemic aren’t stopping locals from ordering dishes from their favorite diners — they just have to get their meals to go.
Amid making plans for memorials, flag poles and landscaping, the supporters of Huger Park know the future of the project hinges on protecting the site’s signature feature — 10 centuries-old live oaks.
The Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology took first place, and Carolina Forest High School took second at the 33rd annual We the People state competition in December.
The Horry County School District grew this year by 675 students, for a total enrollment of 43,602 students, according to Coordinator of Planning Joe Burch.
It’s a hard call who gets the most benefit from Carolina Forest High School’s ShowCase choir’s ‘benefit show,’ “Southern Nights.”
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.
Horry County officials are considering using money from the RIDE III road-building program to pay for a second multipurpose path along Carolina Forest Boulevard.
When Joe DiLorenzo signed up to volunteer with the Guardian ad Litem program at last year’s Carolina Forest Volunteer Fair, he didn’t know how much it would mean to him.
Responses included a dog park and a Jewish synagogue when Faith Presbyterian Church asked the community what it would like to see on the church’s Carolina Forest Boulevard property.
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.
“Now hiring” is a sign that’s found on door-after-door in Horry County, and yet there are still people who want jobs and can’t find work.
Daniel and Kasey Dobay’s best Christmas present ever isn’t under their tree. Their tree is actually inside their best present ever.
A panel of state and federal agencies will soon decide if Horry County can use some of the 3,700 acres it purchased last year to extend Gardner Lacy Road to International Drive.
Weeks before the first performance of Carolina Forest High School’s Show Choir’s Holiday Spectacular, an additional performance was added.
South Carolina cities would not be allowed to charge county residents more for water and sewer service than city residents pay if a bill being pushed by a Carolina Forest legislator becomes law.
Without the nativity, there would be no Christmas, according Martha Ann Johnson and her team of Baptist women, who are busy organizing and setting up a public display of all types of nativities.
Rhonda Hardee is passionate about boating and she’s passionate about the Oak Tree Farm, so she was willing to step up and lead America’s Boating Club’s second Christmas Boat Parade.
Authorities arrested a 31-year-old man last week after he threatened to kill his former coworkers at a Carolina Forest business, according to an Horry County police report.
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.
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.
The 5th T Innovation Group, operator of the Conway Innovation Center, is adding several new business services at the Conway Innovation Center.
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.
Despite its being almost two months until Christmas, the yuletide spirit was flowing Friday among employees of Conway’s Grounds and Maintenance Department, who are determined to make this year’s Celebration of Lights bigger and better than ever.
Municipal voters who go to the polls Tuesday will be among the first to use the state’s new voting machines that combine technology with paper ballots.
This is what Burn Boot Camp is not: “It’s not about comparing yourself to someone else,” says Allison Pavone, who with her husband Michael owns the new Carolina Forest franchise.
Planet Fitness will be using all but about 23,000 square feet in the 48,000 square-foot building most recently occupied by Gander Mountain on U.S. 501 in Carolina Forest.
Everything is new at McLeod Health Carolina Forest’s Building 1, including Mary Canady, the brand new emergency room director.
Celebrating Halloween and a brand-new walking trail, the Horry County Parks and Recreation Department will host a 5K Ghost of the Coast Fun Run and Trunk or Treat in Carolina Forest on Oct. 26.
The speaker this year for the HTC Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series at Coastal Carolina University is Derreck Kayongo, founder of the Global Soap Project, on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Johnson Auditorium.