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The Coastal Carolina Board of Trustees approved their Tuition and Fees for the 2019-2020 school year this morning, raising undergraduate in-state tuition by 0.9 percent, and by 2.8 percent for out-of-state undergraduates.

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One person died in a single-vehicle wreck that happened early Wednesday morning in the Conway area, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol.

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It’s the end of the boring Father’s Day tie. And the run-of-the-mill graduation gift. And the typical birthday present.

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Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly described the additional compensation public safety officials would receive. If county officials approve the proposed budget, uniformed personnel would receive a salary increase of $500 per year of continuous service up to 10 years ($5,000).

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A behind-the-scenes effort to end the search for Horry County’s next administrator and consider interim administrator Steve Gosnell for that post ran into opposition last week from some council members who want to continue the search process.

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                                                                                                            Horry County could become the Grand Strand’s third community — and by far its largest — to ban single-use plastic bags.

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Coastal Carolina University’s Dr. Jaime McCauley lives in Bucksport, and while her home was spared from Hurricane Florence’s floodwaters, she saw many around her that were not so lucky.

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Concerns about flooding, expressed by a large group of residents who live near the former Conway Golf Club property, caused the developer of a proposed subdivision at the site to call for a pause in the approval process and a public meeting to reassure the residents.

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One person died after a collision that happened Monday afternoon in Horry County, according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol.

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Forestbrook Elementary third grade teacher Alicia Rife came full circle today, as FES opened their time capsule that included items she placed herself, as a third grader.