We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • 0

The first day of filing is still more than a month away, but some Horry County candidates are already rolling out their campaigns for public office.

  • Updated
  • 0

Horry County Schools said via social media today that they will have a two-hour delay on Friday, February 21 due to projected weather conditions which include a mix of rain and snow in the morning. 

  • Updated
  • 0

A 29-year-old man died following a shooting Wednesday night near Coastal Carolina University.

  • Updated
  • 0

Horry County Schools will spend $4.9 million more for the Horry County Education Center than district officials originally planned.

  • 0

Dr. Fred Carter, president of Frances Marion University, and Dr. Marilyn Fore, president of Horry-Georgetown Technical College, signed an agreement between their schools on Wednesday, which will enable aspiring teachers to complete their two-year degree at HGTC, and transfer seamlessly to FM…

  • 0

Everybody who paid tribute to Horry County’s first black police officer Friday talked about his imposing size; they said he had big hands, big feet and an even bigger heart.

  • 0

The wind shook the American flag outside the Sindab Lane home that fluttered but never fell.

  • 0

Horry-Georgetown Technical College is helping to gather data for national statistics regarding health and wellness by hosting the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES).

  • 0

A missing 2-year-old girl last seen near Plantation Road in Socastee was found safe, according to the Horry County Police Department Twitter account.

  • 0

Two lawsuits have been filed against Ferguson Enterprises and its truck driver, who was driving a Ferguson truck when it ran into and killed two S.C. Department of Transportation employees, who were working just outside of Conway.

  • 0

Following the example of law enforcement agencies in Charleston and Myrtle Beach, Horry County police plan to join the state’s license plate reader program.

  • 0

More than 700 people remembered the heritage of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday at the Mason Temple in Conway, which organizers pointed out is the name of the church where King gave his I’ve Been to the Mountaintop speech the day before he was killed in Memphis.

  • 0

In the early morning hours of May 12, 1862, a young slave astonished a nation, torn by civil war, when he commandeered Charleston’s most powerful warship and sailed it past a formidable gauntlet of Rebel forts to freedom. 

  • 0

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.

  • 0

While Bernetta Soles and her family love Marvel movies, she didn’t expect to be decked out in superhero garb when her principal at Homewood Elementary made the announcement she had won Teacher of the Year.

  • 0

In an effort to recognize the many United States military veterans in Horry County, the Horry County Veteran’s Affairs Office has a monthly recognition program entitled “Horry’s Heroes” in which a veteran will be featured on the County’s social media platforms each month.

  • 0

A man will spend years behind bars for a 2018 shooting in Myrtle Beach after entering an Alford plea Thursday, according to a release from the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

  • 0

As the school district is coming up on budget retreat time, the curriculum committee is looking at adding a few costs to the budget this year to benefit cosmetology, esthetics, and band students. 

  • 0

As he nears his one-year anniversary as chairman of the Horry County School Board, Ken Richardson said his biggest surprise during the year has been how much time being chairman would actually take.