An Aynor police officer chasing a motorcyclist up Highway 701 Tuesday night was involved in a wreck outside Loris that sent the motorcycle driver to the hospital, according to a statement from Aynor Police Chief David Thompson.
Nearly every Grand Strand government wants to settle the lawsuit over Horry County’s hospitality fee, but one city’s leaders still have questions about the deal.
There will be a 2020 Loris Bog Off Festival in October -- but how big the event will be is dependent on how bad COVID-19 is in Horry County in late September.
Three people have been charged in connection with the 2018 murder of a father and son outside of Conway, according to a news release from the Horry County Police Department.
It has been three weeks since Brandon Harrelson was named the interim administrator for the City of Loris and in that time, he has discovered he would like the job permanently.
A 20-year-old man was arrested after a person was shot in the Loris area over the weekend, according to the Horry County Police Department.
You may have noticed the orange fencing that has been placed around the old Loris High School in recent weeks.
Almost exactly two years after Banana Jack Murphy announced he was expanding his radio station -- WLSC 1240 AM -- to include an FM signal, the switch was thrown during a live broadcast of “Down at the Barbershop” Saturday morning.
Authorities are investigating a shooting on Ino Drive near Loris that left one person dead, according to the Horry County Police Department's Twitter account.
South Carolina governments are supposed to have their Fiscal Year 2021 budgets in place by July 1, but as of Wednesday, the city of Loris didn't have their budget ready to go, citing complications stemming from COVID-19.
Drivers on Main Street in Loris are now greeted by a new American flag on a new flagpole that is dedicated to the memory of Clyde Richardson Jr.
Retired City of Loris Assistant Fire Chief Larry Hickman was laid to rest Sunday, five days after he died at McLeod Regional Medical Center at the age of 77.
Witnesses said there were no barricades warning Neela Dave of impending danger when she drove her car into a gaping hole in Highway 701 in September of 2018, after a deluge from Hurricane Florence caused Cane Branch stream to wash out the road.
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.