The Loris Historical Society -- the group overseeing the renovations and restoration of the former State Theater -- received a $20,000 donation from Horry County.
Common sense: That’s all it takes to build your own 12-foot fishing boat, according to 88-year-old Henry Roberts, who has one in his yard now almost ready to launch.
Joe Sutherland doesn’t own the building where Joey’s Riverwalk Grill was located, but a fire that left charred rafters pointing toward the sky robbed him of a long list of irreplaceable things.
Dr. Blake Kline with Atlantic Coast Pain Specialists is counting down the months until his medical practice moves into a new more than 5,000-square-foot building on Cultra Road.
Whenever Loris City Council meets again, one thing they will decide is whether to install security cameras in areas where events are routinely held.
As the City of Loris begins to try to get back to some type of normal during the continued COVID 19 pandemic, the Community Programs Committee held a virtual meeting Monday.
When the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic began and people were asked to stay at home as much as possible, Tamera Lance of Pawleys Island knew she wanted to do something to help others.
An unexpected recess of the S.C. Legislature, due to COVID-19, could delay the passage of a statewide law that supporters say is designed to simplify business licenses.
S.C. Department of Natural Resources officers soon won’t have to work out of their vehicles, and Horryites won’t have to drive to Florence or North Charleston to get a sticker for their boats because Conway is about to have its DNR office reopened.
Just like almost everywhere else across America, the Loris business community is feeling the economic hurt caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
To be ready for what Conway Medical Center employees think will be a worsening COVID-19 problem, employees were working midday Monday setting up two triage tents to accept and test patients.
Ken and Karen Buckner have been full-time missionaries in Livingstone, Zambia, since 2012. They felt the call to ministry on their first mission trip there in 2008. Karen is a Myrtle Beach native, and Ken is originally from Tennessee.
Like all other cities, counties and states across America, Loris is taking extreme measures to help control the spread of coronavirus, also called Covid-19.
Publisher Steve Robertson hopes to put what he’s learned covering Horry County news for 40 years to work for the people of South Carolina as a legislator.
Concerns over the coronavirus pandemic aren’t stopping locals from ordering dishes from their favorite diners — they just have to get their meals to go.
A federal program, credited to U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., has $3 trillion to spend on rehabilitating poor and rundown areas, and state officials want South Carolina to get its share of the money.
A federal program, credited to S.C. Senator Tim Scott, has $3 trillion to spend on rehabilitating poor and rundown areas, and state officials want South Carolina to get its share of the money.
Daniel Dale is not only the Loris Middle School Teacher of the Year, but he is also one of the 10 finalists for the 2020 Horry County Teacher of the Year award.
A Cool Springs former certified nursing assistant, nursing home helper and farm lady was named the 42nd Horry Electric Cooperative’s Rural Lady of the Year at a luncheon Friday.
The work to repair the massive damage caused to Loris City Hall by Hurricane Florence in 2018 continues and city leaders say they still expect the building to be back in service this spring.
Terry Fowler, a retired law enforcement officer, is trying again to be elected to the Horry County Council District 9 seat currently held by Paul Prince.
A prayer vigil will take place Wednesday evening in Loris to pray for the safe return of 11-year-old Gannon Stauch, who went missing last Monday from his home in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Loris business community came together this past week for the annual Loris Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet at the Center for Health & Fitness.
Veterans from every branch of the military were in attendance for the fourth annual Salute to Loris American Heroes that took place Saturday.
Despite its being almost two months until Christmas, the yuletide spirit was flowing Friday among employees of Conway’s Grounds and Maintenance Department, who are determined to make this year’s Celebration of Lights bigger and better than ever.
Almost all of the candidates running for mayor and four council seats who will be on next week’s ballot took time Monday to tell about themselves and answer a few questions from the public.