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Cosmetology teacher Christina Cox said she could hear her students throughout the building jumping and screaming with joy when she won Teacher of the Year for the Academy of Technology and Academics (ATA).

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Conway officials issued a verbal warning to the group behind the Conway Free Fridge project, saying the outdoor refrigerator that offers free perishable items to the hungry violates state law.

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For the first time since 2014, Coastal Carolina lost an opening weekend baseball series, dropping two of three games to the No. 16 Duke Blue Devils. 

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Conway Chamber of Commerce’s director of economic development Devin Parks expects Conway residents will have a lot to celebrate when the new Celebration Square opens at the intersection of U.S. 501 and Mill Pond Road, possibly as early as May.

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The Conway Police Department is already checking on the city’s senior citizens when people who can’t get to their friends and family members are worried about them, and some of the situations they’ve run into have been tragic even including deaths, according to Conway Police Chief Dale Long.

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A riverfront project, including condominiums, a brewhouse, restaurant and retail space, is zipping through its approval process with the City of Conway and could be under construction by June, according to North Carolina developer Stephen Fitzpatrick.

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Horry County School Board Chairman Ken Richardson stood at a podium next to an empty seat Wednesday, declaring that the U.S. House of Representatives 7th Congressional District seat belonged neither to Tom Rice, R-Myrtle Beach, nor himself. Rather, he said, it was the people’s chair, and he …

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An Aynor man died late Tuesday night after he was struck by a vehicle on U.S. 501 in Conway, according to the Horry County Coroner's Office.

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The folks at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church know what it’s like to wander in the wilderness, but that’s about to stop.

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA | Coastal Carolina's perfect season came to an end late Saturday in a gut-wrenching 37-34 overtime loss to Liberty in the FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl.

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The historic Peanut Warehouse on Conway’s riverfront has already undergone an outside transformation, but the new owners have even more plans to upgrade the inside and add services for people who want to rent the popular building, according to one of the new owners.

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The historic Peanut Warehouse on Conway’s riverfront has already undergone an outside transformation, but the new owners have even more plans to upgrade the inside and add services for people who want to rent the popular building, according to one of the new owners.

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After four years of working as Conway’s city attorney and municipal prosecutor, Sanford Graves has been selected to follow Jane Mackey as the city’s associate judge.

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As high school athletes across the country signed their national letters of intent Wednesday, Coastal Carolina University inked its own big deal — head coach Jamey Chadwell's contract extension.

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At age 57, Gary Wayne Bennett doesn’t think about a future that involves a wife and kids. After spending nearly 20 years in prison for a crime he was acquitted of in October, he has simpler goals.

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The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 937 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 from Dec. 5 to through Friday, according to data from the DHEC County-Level Data page. It's a 15 percent increase from the week before, where Horry County had 815 new confirmed cases.

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North Myrtle Beach police on Sunday charged 25-year-old Brandon Moore of Conway with third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under 16 years old, according to jail records and a police report. 

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The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 815 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 from Nov. 28 to Dec. 4, according to data from the DHEC County-Level Data page.

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Horry County officials and family members of the thirteen airmen that passed away in the 1972 military air crash in the Bayboro area gathered Saturday to honor the victims on the 48th anniversary of the crash.