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Myrtle Beach is turning to public-private partnerships to draw more locals downtown. Currently, commercial activity in the district is concentrated along the tourist-heavy beachfront, while locals largely flock to the northern and southern parts of the city."If you look at the north end of t…

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Frontier Airlines on Thursday announced a new direct flight between Myrtle Beach International Airport and Miami International Airport, giving the airline eight direct destinations for folks flying in and out of MYR. 

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The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources charged a 27-year-old Surfside Beach man with boating under the influence of alcohol resulting in death in the wake of a fatal incident Sunday night.

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Police arrested a Michigan man in connection with the case of a 15-year-old girl who had been reported missing but was found safe Friday afternoon, according to a statement from the Myrtle Beach Police Department. Hunter James Cooper, 21, of Clinton Township, Michigan, is charged with contri…

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Speakers painted a picture of John Rhodes as a man who loved his family and who was a fierce and unfiltered advocate for Myrtle Beach, during the former mayor’s funeral on Thursday, attended by a crowd of several hundred.

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Myrtle Beach High School and St. James High School will return to full-time, face-to-face instruction on Thursday, April 1, according to an email from Horry County Schools.

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North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday passed first reading of a revision to the city’s noise ordinance in an effort to crack down on disruptive music that can make bedtime difficult for the city’s full-time residents. 

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For years, Rosewood resident Clelia Turbeville has said she wants to pack up and move. 

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For the first time since 2014, Coastal Carolina lost an opening weekend baseball series, dropping two of three games to the No. 16 Duke Blue Devils. 

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The Birds are back. Seventeen months since they last took the field, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans announced their 2021 schedule this week. The team is set to play 120 games this season, with 60 played on the road and the other half at TicketReturn.Com Field in Myrtle Beach, according to a news …

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In an effort to save property, allow for bicyclists to secure their bikes and update the city code, Myrtle Beach City Council on Tuesday gave initial approval to new rules for bike racks.

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Horry County School Board Chairman Ken Richardson stood at a podium next to an empty seat Wednesday, declaring that the U.S. House of Representatives 7th Congressional District seat belonged neither to Tom Rice, R-Myrtle Beach, nor himself. Rather, he said, it was the people’s chair, and he …

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Horry County police have arrested and charged a man in connection to a Friday night shooting outside of Myrtle Beach, according to Horry County police spokesperson Mikayla Moskov.

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A 20-year-old man has died following a crash between a motorcycle and a vehicle Saturday afternoon on Holmestown Road near S.C. 707, according to Horry County Deputy Coroner Patty Bellamy.

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One person was injured in a shooting that happened outside of Myrtle Beach late Friday night, according to a release from the Horry County Police Department.

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Police are investigating a shooting that happened late Friday outside of Myrtle Beach that left one person injured, according to a release from the Horry County Police Department.

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On Monday, Cormac Arms and Outfitters will raffle off a 12-guage TriStar pump shotgun and two wooden thin blue line flags to raise money for a memorial to North Myrtle Beach police Sgt. Gordon Best, who died while responding to a call on New Year’s Day.