A graveside funeral with military honors for former Conway City Councilman Ivory Wilson, 86, will be held tomorrow in Rosehill Cemetery 1 p.m. The graveside service will be also be live streamed.
After an agent for DDC Engineers, Inc. asked Conway City Council to defer an announced public hearing as well as a planned vote on a rezoning request for the corner of U.S. 701 and Creel Street, council listened to two letters from residents opposing the rezoning and then gave the issue firs…
Despite six letters and a petition with 53 names opposing a zoning change needed for a Dollar General to relocate to U.S. 501 near a residential neighborhood, Conway City Council approved the change Monday night.
Conway City Council passed two plans Monday night to get more Conwayites to cover their faces, one requiring some people to wear face coverings and another to encourage people to wear them.
A Coastal Carolina University student faced a backlash from fellow students and university officials this week for a series of social media posts, including racist and homophobic remarks and one video that referenced bringing a high-powered rifle to class.
As the sports world came to a screeching halt in March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many people wondered when sports would return in 2020, if at all?
Current Conway High Assistant Principal Tanika McKissick will begin her duties as the new principal of the school beginning July 1.
Aynor High School’s Outstanding Senior and 2017’s Conway Teen SuperStar has been busy for the past year turning her talent, fitness, scholastic ability and more into money to help pay for her studies.
Conway Medical Center announced it would no longer allow visitors, effective 6 a.m. Thursday, to protect both patients and staff as COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on Horry County.
Tidelands Health is consolidating two planned COVID-19 testing events into one free clinic scheduled for Friday at Coastal Carolina University, according to a news release.
Money issues dominated Conway City Council’s meeting Monday night with council stepping back to look at phasing in some fee increases after receiving requests from the Conway Chamber of Commerce and letters from at least three area business people who think the fee increases are too much at …
Daisy Stanley received an appropriate amount of attention June 5 on her 105th birthday. A banner on the front of her house on Cultra road announced the big day. There were also balloons. For awhile she sat on the porch and waved to passersby as they tooted their horns and waved. Here, she pe…
Balloons danced in the breeze on a Cultra Road porch Friday afternoon and a banner with a picture of Daisy Stanley proclaimed the reason for the celebration – Mrs. Stanley was celebrating her 105th birthday!
Fee increases that Conway City Council had anticipated giving an easy nod to Monday afternoon have developed some concern among Conway’s business community, according to Devin Parks, director of economic development and government relations with the Conway Chamber of Commerce.
A Conway man charged with killing a retired Conway police officer in March was denied bond Thursday morning and will be evaluated instead.
The Conway Sports and Fitness Center sent a release tonight saying that an employee of the Conway Sports and Fitness Center has tested positive for COVID-19, and they are canceling summer camps for the time being, to be safe.
Despite concerns from environmentalists and a previous rejection of a mine off of Depot Road, six members of Conway City Council gave the sand mine its first okay Monday night.
Although several Conway City Council members seemed skeptical about approving another place that sells beer and wine on U.S. 501, all but Councilman Larry White voted Monday night to approve a rezoning that will lead to the reopening of a vacant convenience store.
Police arrested three people, including a murder suspect out on bond, and charged them with multiple counts in connection to a series of drive-by shootings in April that authorities say are connected.
Maybe it was the wafting cool breeze, or maybe it was the return to its old location under the Main Street Memorial Bridge or maybe people just wanted to get out of their houses or graze on some local products.
Kaleigh Hill launched her Downtown Conway business, Dapper Downtown, only seven months before she was forced to close due to the coronavirus scare, but she’s quickly making up for lost time.
The Horry County Welcome Back committee voted Thursday to use the domain name “GreaterGrandStrandIsOpen.com” for its marketing website.
Tidelands health on Tuesday announced the schedule for the free COVID-19 testing clinics it will host throughout Horry and Georgetown counties.
A young Conway man, who has been in jail for almost four years since he was charged with entering a home on Kingston Lake Drive along with three others, was granted a bond Friday, but had not been released from jail as of today.
A property owner, who first petitioned Conway City Council to allow him to reopen a convenience store on U.S. 501 at Sixth Avenue, will have to wait a little longer to get a response from the council.
A 14-year employee of Walmart and her 7-year-old daughter were set to spend their first night in their new Habitat for Humanity home Friday after a large group gathered to dedicate the house.
Common sense: That’s all it takes to build your own 12-foot fishing boat, according to 88-year-old Henry Roberts, who has one in his yard now almost ready to launch.
Joe Sutherland doesn’t own the building where Joey’s Riverwalk Grill was located, but a fire that left charred rafters pointing toward the sky robbed him of a long list of irreplaceable things.
Dr. Blake Kline with Atlantic Coast Pain Specialists is counting down the months until his medical practice moves into a new more than 5,000-square-foot building on Cultra Road.
In response to S.C. Governor Henry McMasters’ easing of restrictions for South Carolina businesses and activities, the Conway City Council has approved a three-tiered plan to reopen the river city.
Conway officials agreed to extend the city’s state of emergency for up to 60 days on Tuesday, but they also outlined plans for a phased reopening of city facilities.
The owner of Conway’s Anchor Storage may live in New Hampshire, but he’s concerned about people without enough food in all of the areas where he has businesses, and he’s using his storage bins to help.
Conway City Council approved an incentives package Monday that’s expected to clear the way for B&B Theatres to make more than $4 million in upgrades to the company's local movie theater.
Not only has Andy Kemp survived what looked like sure doom for his business, he’s picked up some ideas that he plans to take into the future, he’s been able to keep most of his employees working and he’s helped feed hungry children.
Tara Knowlin grinned when she spotted the cluster of folks pounding on pots near the patient services entrance at Conway Medical Center.
Lilly Langway might not quite understand what it fully means for her just yet, but the Myrtle Beach Elementary fourth-grader was recently accepted into MENSA.