A North Myrtle Beach businessman, already the subject of a city police and State Law Enforcement Division investigation, has been charged with breach of trust.
Luke Sharp first saw the dead birds while surfing in Cherry Grove on a foggy December Saturday morning. Loud horns, likely from a boat, had been blowing all night.
TABOR CITY - As thunderstorms rolled in Friday night, Sherry Barnes stood outside the small shack that houses the projector for her new drive-in movie theatre, nestled within the farmland between Tabor City and Longs.
The city of North Myrtle Beach intends to use the majority of the estimated $7 million in new revenue from the accommodations tax and hospitality fee to buy land for more parking lots, assuming they can keep the new revenue stream which they used to share with Horry County.
If you’ve noticed handicap ramps are missing from some of North Myrtle Beach's beach access points, it’s because they were removed to expand those parking lots.
A 42-year-old Surfside Beach woman was arrested Saturday, charged with a hit-and-run on Friday that killed the driver of a motorcycle and injured a passenger, according to public records.
"The Godfather" and his team of motorcycle stunt riders put on the first of several shows Saturday afternoon in Atlantic Beach.
South Carolina got its newest Guitar Center Thursday when the North Myrtle Beach store opened up in the Coastal North Town Center at 1240 Highway 17 North.
The alligator that made its way into the lake at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex is gone, according to city spokesperson Pat Dowling.
The North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday gave initial approval to two parking ordinances that will fast-track officials’ ability to remove illegally-placed barriers in public rights-of-way and grant parking management companies hired by the city the right to immobilize illegally-parked …
Anyone who’s been to The Point in Cherry Grove has probably looked across Hog Inlet to see a handful of tall trees towering over the rest of the shrubbery on the undeveloped Waties Island.
On March 25, 1967, several thousand high school and college students rioted on the streets of Ocean Drive Beach. Cops arrested between 150 and 200 people. Two police officers suffered minor injuries. Rioters threw bricks and broke windows. Law enforcement deployed tear gas and rubber bullets…
North Myrtle Beach on Thursday signed contract with Hillside Development, LLC, for the purchase of 7.24 acres of the 9.35-acre site known as Ingram Dunes for $2.5 million, according to a news release.
The circle of life will start anew for a defunct North Myrtle Beach wedding chapel when it reopens as a bar in three or four months.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers On May 13 will begin a beach renourishment project in North Myrtle Beach that is scheduled to last between 30 and 45 days, according to a news release.
The City of North Myrtle Beach will likely stay the course in banning single-use plastic bags without making any substantial changes to the ordinance following a workshop on Monday.
The city of North Myrtle Beach will now allow you to walk around a big section of Barefoot Landing with a glass of beer or wine in your hand.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation is shutting down the Johnny Causey Boat Landing in North Myrtle Beach due to falling concrete from the Highway 17 bridge overhead.
Bobby Lewis can still remember standing in his dad’s barbershop on Ocean Drive in North Myrtle Beach as Hurricane Hazel wrecked the coast in 1954, dragging houses out into the ocean.
A contractor working on a home under construction in North Myrtle Beach died Tuesday morning after being electrocuted, authorities said.
The North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday night passed final reading of an ordinance to take back half of all accommodations taxes and hospitality fees collected in the city.
Citing environmental concerns, North Myrtle Beach council on Monday night passed first reading of an ordinance to ban single-use ban plastic bags in retail outlets, including farmers markets. But if even if it’s passed on second reading, the ban won’t go into effect right away.
North Myrtle Beach's 31st Annual St. Patrick's Day parade and festival attracted plenty of colorful floats Saturday morning.
As each bird in Ingram Dunes chirps and each precariously perched grain of sand shifts in the wind, the deadline for the City of North Myrtle Beach to spend the money it’s raised to buy the dunes creeps closer.
Following a parking workshop by consultants Kimley-Horn, the City of North Myrtle Beach announced Wednesday several changes in the city's parking strategy.
The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday gave final approval to a “festival zone” ordinance that could allow folks at Barefoot Landing to walk around the grounds with a beer in their hand.
The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday discussed their proposed single-use plastic bag ban, revealing for the first time the details of the proposed ordinance. No votes were taken on the ordinance.
The North Myrtle Beach City Council on Thursday passed first reading of two ordinances re-allocating hospitality fee and accommodation tax funds, bringing more money into the city budget. But it could spell trouble for I-73.
The city of North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday received a $510,000 grant from the South Carolina Conservation Bank after asking for $2.5 million to help purchase the historic Ingram Dunes.
A North Myrtle Beach business owner voluntarily gave up his business license on Feb. 22 after the city scheduled a special meeting to recall his license, following dozens of complaints about his business.
North Myrtle Beach and Conway will each lose a grocery store after Florida-based Southeastern Grocers decided to close two of their under-performing stores in the area.
The city of North Myrtle Beach on Friday took the first steps in figuring out how to address the summertime problem of insufficient beach parking.
North Myrtle Beach is working on a plastic bag ban, which if passed would make the city the second in Horry County to restrict the single-use containers.