A parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Salvation Army in Horry County was small, but the organization’s impact has been huge, said Conway Mayor Barbara Blain-Bellamy.
Long Bay Symphony advocate Joanne Milnor had three dreams for the symphony after she became engaged with it.
The first phase of redeveloping the former Hard Rock Park site will focus on the old mall building.
Horry County will host a series of public meetings next week to seek resident input about how the community can become better prepared for floods.
Downtown Myrtle Beach could see a new K-8 charter school if a “still evolving” partnership between Coastal Carolina University and the City of Myrtle Beach comes to fruition.
A Longs man still plans to seek a temporary injunction on new construction in certain areas of Horry County after his first court appearance went nowhere.
Early College High School recently celebrated having the highest high school score on the S.C. Report Card, scoring an Excellent designation with a score of 87 out of 100.
Some pets sat in the pews at the Church of the Resurrection Sunday as they joined their owners for weekend worship on the South Strand.
Horry County’s new flood maps likely won’t be approved until next summer at the earliest, but county officials do not plan to challenge their design.
Since the standing-room-only Sept. 23 school board meeting, students, parents, and social media have been abuzz with comments regarding proposed changes to The Scholars Academy (SA).
The City of Conway is serious about its designation as a Tree City USA and it’s proving it once again by planting $35,000 of trees in areas where Hurricane Florence’s flooding hit hardest.
The family of a young Aynor woman, who was sentenced to life in prison for killing her grandmother and her grandmother’s husband, walked away from the Horry County Courthouse with two losses Thursday afternoon.
Working with eight other local groups, the recently-formed W.A.L.B.E.R. Foundation is working to fill in the gaps for children and their families in need.
Jurors will continue their deliberations Thursday morning as they decide whether Brandon Council should be sentenced to either death or life in prison without the possibility of release.
Jurors will soon decide on Brandon Council’s sentence as the defense rested Tuesday afternoon. Testimony given during his trial in federal court Tuesday continued to focus on when he was a child and teenager.
The S.C. Supreme Court will review Horry County’s appeal in the county's legal fight with Grand Strand cities over hospitality fees, according to an order signed last week.
Water has flooded the Horry County Council on Aging’s North Main Street office three times in four years, but today the office was flooded with goodwill, food and hard work provided by a team from Food Lion.
Officials with the South Carolina Department of Transportation hope to have the marine portion of the demolition of the old Great Pee Dee River Bridge on U.S. 701 South completed within the next two months.
The days leading up to Brandon Council’s arrest in North Carolina, including the day of the deadly CresCom bank robbery in Conway, were detailed by testimony Thursday during his trial in federal court.
Conway blacksmith Danny Jones has been doing creative things with metal since his elementary school days when he remembers the fun of being a kid living at Pirateland Campground.
Loved ones shed tears Wednesday as they described Katie Skeen as a caring wife, mother, daughter and friend during the penalty phase of Brandon Council’s trial in federal court.
The second attempt to pour concrete on the new S.C. 31 bridge proved successful, meaning the highway’s long-delayed southern extension is on track to be finished by Thanksgiving, authorities said.
The speaker this year for the HTC Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series at Coastal Carolina University is Derreck Kayongo, founder of the Global Soap Project, on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Johnson Auditorium.
A video from Sidney Moorer’s surveillance system shows him, his wife Tammy Moorer and others vigorously cleaning the family pickup just days after Heather Elvis went missing.
Horry County Council abandoned an overhaul of the county’s shooting policy Tuesday, instead opting to draft a more narrowly tailored proposal.
A chilling video played to the jury Tuesday shows a suspect shooting CresCom Bank employee Donna Major in 2017 before dashing through different parts of the bank.
Four Democratic presidential candidates each gave their pitch to voters Monday in Galivants Ferry at the oldest political stump speaking in the nation.
Fans at Conway recreation football and baseball games will get a feast of sorts when the season starts back up, and the recreation department will actually make money off of it.
A $1.1 million increase in the city’s budget was approved by Conway City Council this past week, increasing the total to $46.9 million.
The engineer who has designed a large development along both sides of Collins Jollie Road tried to convince a group of about 60 concerned neighbors that all development isn’t bad, but all of the people who attended the two-hour meeting didn’t appear to leave convinced.
Governor Henry McMaster credits the constant communication between agencies in helping lessen Hurricane Dorian’s impacts, as well as the fact that the eye of Dorian managed to stay just off the S.C. coast.
Horry County is instituting a curfew for unincorporated areas in response to Hurricane Dorian, according to a news release from the county's emergency management department.
The City of Loris announced just a few minutes ago on their social media page that a curfew was being implemented in the city today, from 7 p.m. tonight until 7 a.m. tomorrow morning.
Sooner the Maltese eagerly poked his nose in the air, sniffing out his surroundings beneath the Garden City pier Thursday as waves slapped the shore nearby.
Those in Horry County’s evacuation Zone A still have time to clear out, county officials stressed at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
A large crowd welcomed the upcoming construction of Oak Tree Farm’s first residence with speeches, food, champagne, prayer and singing Thursday afternoon.
A hurricane warning for Horry County went into effect Tuesday as Hurricane Dorian — currently a Category 2 storm — continues its approach, according to the National Weather Service.
As Hurricane Dorian continues its approach, the S.C. Forestry Commission announced it will issue a state forester’s burning ban for all counties, effective at 7 a.m. Wednesday.