After a year off, the World Famous Blue Crab Festival in Little River is getting ready to host the hungry masses.
A 28-year old man died in a fatal crash that occurred near Highway 17 and Eagle Nest Drive Monday morning, according to Horry County Deputy Coroner Darris Fowler.
Almost a week after a fire swept through the North Myrtle Beach Flea Market, the smell of burnt wood, metal and plastic still lingers.
One person suffered minor injuries in a three-alarm fire at the North Myrtle Beach Flea Market Wednesday afternoon, Horry County Fire Rescue spokesman Tony Casey said.
North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday took its first step toward making the language of its ordinances more gender-inclusive.
A memorial for North Myrtle Beach Police Sgt. Gordon Best now has funding, thanks to a raffle by Cormac Arms and Outfitters, which handles the firearm and uniform needs of North Myrtle police.
North Myrtle Beach on Monday opened up registration for complimentary parking decals available to North Myrtle residents and non-resident property owners.
A college student and resident of Barefoot Resort neighborhood is organizing a 1.78-mile run or walk event in memory of Sgt. Gordon William Best, who died while responding to a call in the pre-dawn hours of Jan. 1. Best’s badge number was 178.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation on Monday started repair work to the Highway 17 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway that connects Little River to North Myrtle Beach.
A Longs man pleaded guilty in four separate criminal cases and was sentenced to 15 years in prison last week, according to a news release from 15th Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson.
You may have seen it in your neighborhood or elsewhere in the city: new homes popping up, seemingly in an instant.
World War II veteran William Jagoe, 100, was one of dozens of former soldiers who attended the Veterans Day event Wednesday at the American Legion post in Little River.
Three people have died following a two-vehicle crash on Highway 31 near Mile Marker 2 in Little River Sunday morning, according to Master Trooper Brian Lee with the S.C. Highway Patrol.
North Myrtle Beach council on Monday passed final reading of an ordinance that forces property owners or any of their agents of record to be on scene when a tow company pulls a car parked illegally on their property, and prevents any tows from happening without police showing up first.
The night of May 6, 2020, Greenville, South Carolina Municipal Judge Mike O’Brien had to leave his family in cool and rainy weather for an hour and a half while he took out $185 in cash and tracked down his van that held two car seats for his young grandchildren.
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…
North Myrtle Beach is cleaning up hundreds of fish that began washing up along Cherry Grove starting Thursday night, said city spokesperson Pat Dowling.
The Horry County Coroner's Office identified the person killed in a Saturday hit and run incident as Charles Mechling, 54, of the Little River area.
The sun that broke through the clouds and lit up the shimmering seagrass in the Cherry Grove marsh Tuesday morning also shed light on a more unwelcome sight for residents in North Myrtle’s most flood-prone neighborhood.
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.
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.
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Wilmington, N.C. is predicting that Tropical Storm Isaias will potentially impact the Grand Strand Monday night into early Tuesday morning.
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.
A 22-year-old woman from the Columbia area on Tuesday was found dead at the Intracoastal Waterway near Little River Drive in Little River, authorities said.
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.
Tidelands health on Tuesday announced the schedule for the free COVID-19 testing clinics it will host throughout Horry and Georgetown counties.
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.
Folks in parts of North Myrtle Beach and Little River will start seeing workers in their neighborhoods as Santee Cooper begins a tree-trimming project that's scheduled to last through May.
Sam Bellamy is one of five generations who’ve worked around 200 acres of farmland spanning the North and South Carolina border along South Carolina Highway 57. But now, Indigo Farms is in the crosshairs as officials are in the planning stages of South Carolina Highway 31's extension into Nor…
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.
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.
The Grand Strand was spared major damage as the Category 2 – and at times Category 3 – Hurricane Dorian moved north, skirting the coast without making landfall in South Carolina.
As Hurricane Dorian spins up the Carolina coast, switching between a category 2 and category 3 storm, people in North Myrtle Beach didn’t seem impressed.
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.
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.
Shoreline Behavioral Health Services is participating in the Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Prescription Take-Back Day Saturday.
The Athenaeum Press, the student-driven publishing lab at Coastal Carolina University, is seeking stories organic to this region from South Carolina’s history to issues this region faces today.