The engineer helping to plan a new subdivision with slightly fewer than 2,000 homes out Collins Jollie Road says when large developments are planned emotion can overtake fact.
The developer who wants to convert part of a Carolina Forest golf course into housing will hold a meeting with area residents Wednesday afternoon to go over his plans for the property, Horry County officials said.
Black Water Middle School Principal Marcus Timmons sent parents a message around 8:50 a.m. this morning saying they are investigating a threat on the school that came across social media.
The first time Richard Williams Jr. competed on the stage at McCown Auditorium he was in the fourth grade. His song then was "O, How I Love Jesus."
The Horry County Auditor’s Office has a new weapon to use in its fight against newcomers who don’t register their cars in South Carolina, and they plan to start putting it to use Monday with the opening of school.
Some members of the USA women’s soccer team might have stepped on the flag after winning the world title, but members of the American Legion Post 111 still respect the flag.
Horry County Government will hold an appreciation event for its employees, but it likely won’t involve tickets to a football game or stainless steel tumblers.
The time is now for filing ownership claims with the court-appointed certified public accountant regarding the Conway Golf Club stock certificates.
Democratic presidential hopefuls have the chance to speak to South Carolinians in a rustic setting by stumping for votes next month near the banks of the Pee Dee River.
A ruling from an appellate court means Horry County cannot collect the controversial hospitality fee inside municipal borders for the foreseeable future.
One person suffered minor injuries after a car crashed into a store Wednesday morning in the Conway area, Horry County Fire Rescue spokesman Tony Casey said.
Presidential hopeful Cory Booker spent more than an hour chatting with more than 100 voters at the Bucksport Senior Center in Conway on Tuesday morning about gun control, lowering prescription drug costs, and how he thinks America needs to come together as a country.
As the summer winds to a close, Horry County school officials have been working hard to get ready for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Exasperated with city leadership, some Myrtle Beach business owners don’t want to be in the city limits.
All the residents of Ridgewood West who spoke to the Conway Planning Commission Thursday night agreed on one thing – they don’t want what could be one of Conway’s largest development ever snuggling up to their peaceful, rural neighborhood.
Horry County leaders reached a tentative agreement with Steve Gosnell last week that would make the longtime engineer the county’s next administrator, officials said.
Horry County Council plans to thank county employees for their work with a nearly $60,000 tailgating bash that includes tickets to a Coastal Carolina University football game and gifts of stainless steel tumblers.
State health officials did not find any asbestos in the rubble of a Conway building that collapsed last week, but they did instruct the building’s owner to obtain a state license before hauling off the remainder of the debris.
Back in the late 1980s when Coastal Carolina University offered Sunny Gupta a scholarship to attend the school, they never imagined they would be renaming the College of Science for him years later.
The greater Carolina Forest region will outpace all other areas of Horry County in population growth over the next 20 years, according to the latest projections from county planners.
“Gone but not forgotten” read a sign outside Waccamaw Bingo Monday night near an assemblage of flowers, candles and photos at the Forestbrook business.
Horry-Georgetown Technical College plans to meet the area’s demand for skilled workers with the upcoming completion of the new Advanced Manufacturing Center on their Georgetown campus, which is slated to open at the end of August.
Attorneys for Horry County and Myrtle Beach will meet at 9 a.m. on Aug. 1 at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center to begin mediating their clients' dispute over hospitality fees.
The Palmetto Forum for Gaming Studies is playing with its own money in an effort to find out if legalizing casino gambling would be good for the state of South Carolina.
Two residents of the Sandridge community received a letter today from someone claiming to be from the South Carolina Department of Transportation, telling them to pack their belongings and move.
Three Conway area businesses with a total of 234 years of service to this community were officially named Legacy businesses by the Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation and were applauded this week by the BAR board.
The Conway City Council and its staff say they’ve heard criticism about the design of some of Conway’s newer subdivisions, so they want to know what it is that their citizens like and don’t like.
Horry County Administrator Steve Gosnell received a green light Tuesday to begin looking at options for building a multi-use arena and meeting center in the S.C. 22 corridor.
Two victims in the Kingston Lake Drive armed robbery, burglary trial were unshakable in their testimony that the two defendants were among the four who went into their home brandishing guns and threatening to kill them in July of 2016.
The Fireman’s Clubhouse will soon be gone, but nothing can erase the great memories that current and former Conway firemen and their children associate with the building.
Horry County Council chose Steve Gosnell to be the county’s next administrator this week, but both sides must still work out a contract.