After a year off, the World Famous Blue Crab Festival in Little River is getting ready to host the hungry masses.
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.
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.
North Myrtle Beach City Council will vote Monday on an ordinance switching its predominately masculine pronouns in city ordinances to gender-neutral terms.
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.
Just four hours into New Year's Day, North Myrtle Beach police Sgt. Gordon William Best “gave it all,” said Chaplain Jay Ortiz during the fallen officer’s Friday funeral at Alabama Theatre.
North Myrtle Beach police Sgt. Gordon William Best’s funeral is 2 p.m. Friday at Alabama Theater, according to his obituary.
North Myrtle Beach police Sgt. Gordon William Best died early Friday morning while following in the footsteps of his parents in service to his community.
A North Myrtle Beach police officer lost his life in a traffic accident on Highway 17 in Windy Hill early Friday morning, according to city spokesperson Pat Dowling.
Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, the Barefoot swing bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway will be reduced to one lane in order to for Wilmington-based Saffo Contractors to begin the annual maintenance, which could take between three and four weeks to complete, according to the city …
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.
The suspect charged in a 2019 murder in North Myrtle Beach rejected a plea deal Wednesday, clearing the way for the case to go to trial.
North Myrtle Beach police on Sunday charged 25-year-old Brandon Moore of Conway with third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under 16 years old, according to jail records and a police report.
North Myrtle Beach's city council on Wednesday unanimously voted to extend the city's pandemic-related state of emergency and mask mandate for another 60 days. The previous ordinance was scheduled to expire Friday.
North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday announced that it will hold a special election on March 2, 2021 to fill the non-partisan at-large council seat vacated by former councilor Bob Cavanaugh, who is retiring to move closer to family in Virginia.
A North Myrtle Beach church youth ministry director told a person he believed was 14 years old that he wanted to “[expletive] you senseless” in an online message, according to an affidavit attached to an arrest warrant.
The director of youth ministry at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church in North Myrtle Beach was arrested on Nov. 8 and charged with a handful of sex crimes involving minors, according to booking records and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston.
You may have seen it in your neighborhood or elsewhere in the city: new homes popping up, seemingly in an instant.
Chris Matechen still takes the trash out every Wednesday at his Oak Drive home. It’s the same routine and the same place where his ex-girlfriend Alyssa Dayvault discarded their newborn son in a green, rollout bin two years ago.
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.
A councilor who’s spent close to 20 years working for the citizens of North Myrtle Beach sat on the dais for the last time Monday night.
A judge on Thursday announced a 40-year prison sentence for a North Myrtle Beach woman convicted of killing her two newborn babies.
A memorial for 13 men killed in a mid-air military plane collision over Galivants Ferry in 1972 will be held on December 5 at Berea Baptist Church.
North Myrtle Beach council on Monday night passed final reading of a series of ordinances that annex the old Possum Trot golf course into the city limits and create a planned development district for a new neighborhood.
What was supposed to be a routine housekeeping measure to extend North Myrtle Beach’s mask mandate Monday night turned into an almost hour-long discussion as residents lined up to air their grievances about the extension.
A jury found a woman who police charged with killing her two newborn babies and putting them in the trash guilty of two counts of homicide by child abuse.
Horry County Fire Rescue responded to a helicopter on the ground on Waties Island around 6 p.m. Wednesday, according to HCFR spokesperson Tony Casey.
Hundreds of people showed up to support their police during the Defend Your Police rally at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex Saturday afternoon.
The Horry County Coroner's Office on Wednesday identified the person killed in a two-vehicle crash that happened Monday morning in North Myrtle Beach.
Developers on Wednesday pitched their plans for a new 55-and-older Del Webb community to North Myrtle Beach city council during a public workshop.
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.
After almost 20 years of service, North Myrtle Beach at-large councilor Bob Cavanaugh is planning to step down from council as soon as his house sells.
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…