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Hundreds of dead Atlantic Menhaden that washed up in Cherry Grove last Thursday and Friday likely died from low salinity and low levels of dissolved oxygen, according to information from the Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies at Coastal Carolina University that was di…

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Tidelands Health announced that starting Monday (today), it will allow hospitalized patients to see one adult visitor, with restrictions. 

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As usual, North Myrtle Beach’s Cherry Grove on Monday night bore the brunt of the headaches that come with a hurricane, as Isaias temporarily stranded a gas station clerk and caused the city to put one of its high-water vehicles into use to evacuate a family and their pets. 

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With Tropical Storm Isaias strengthening, the National Hurricane Center is now forecasting Isaias to reach hurricane strength before coming on shore near the Grand Strand Monday night.

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The National Weather Service (NWS) in Wilmington issued a hurricane watch for Hurricane Isaias Sunday night as the storm continues to head our way.

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The Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center on Friday announced the cancellation of the combined World Famous Blue Crab Festival and Little River ShrimpFest that was scheduled for October, citing health concerns as COVID-19 remains in the area. 

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Horry County Police responded Tuesday afternoon to a body being discovered at the Intracoastal Waterway near Little River Drive in Little River, according to the agency’s Facebook page.

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Tidelands Health announced Tuesday that it had set up a telehealth service so patients could complete reccomended physical, occupational and speech therapy without going into public in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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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.

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The Horry County Coroner's Office is working to determine if bones found on Waties Island Saturday morning are human, according to a new release from Horry County police.

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One person was injured in a jet ski crash near the Little River Jetty, according to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources spokesperson Kaley Lawrimore.

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Candidates for Horry County School Board chairman gathered last night at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Conway to field thoughtful questions from the community about their priorities if they were to be elected.

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There was a time not so long that students who wanted to play high school lacrosse in Horry County were required to suit up for the Socastee Braves. Just over a decade later, four more Horry County Schools have added lacrosse programs (both boys and girls, varsity and JV) and the number of s…

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February 9th is going to be a special night for lots of special people across the United States, in 11 foreign countries and right here in Horry County when The Rock Community Church in Conway becomes the first church in this area to participate in Night to Shine.The night features a prom fo…

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Decisions regarding school closings, and any further business/facilities closings on Thursday will be updated as they are announced. 

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As Hurricane Irma moves closer to the United States and seems to be heading towards South Carolina, now is the time to begin preparations if you are going to stay home instead of evacuating.

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The seventh annual Conway Fall Festival will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Third Avenue and Laurel Street. Plenty of arts, crafts and food vendors will be on hand.  Classic cars will be on display courtesy of the Chicora Car club. The Conway Farmer’s Market will also be open.

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A candidate for the Horry County treasurer’s position resigned her position as deputy treasurer just a few days before the election, claiming her boss tried to tarnish her name to help her opponent.