North Myrtle Beach announced Wednesday that it would work with residents and businesses struggling to pay their bills as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that has all but shut down the Grand Strand's economy.
Some coastal leaders would like South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster to clarify or revise his Monday night executive order that cut off public access to boat ramps and public beaches in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster on Monday ordered the closure of all public access points to the South Carolina beaches, as well as public boat ramps, landings and other access points on the state's lakes, rivers and waterways, including adjacent parking lots.
North Myrtle Beach passed an amended ordinance Monday that bans the use or rental of all short-term rental properties through the month of April, not just rentals of 29 days or less.
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, North Myrtle Beach on Thursday passed an ordinance banning short-term rentals in the city through April 30.
The state Department of Health and Environmental Control on Monday announced 103 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, bringing the number of patients in South Carolina to 298 cases in 34 counties.
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The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach will operate on an "appointment-only" schedule until further notice due to coronavirus, according to a press release.
As Horry County prepares for the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, residents are stocking up on groceries and other basic necessities in order to limit their public exposure and stay indoors in case of a quarantine.
North Myrtle Beach announced Tuesday that it would be limit the classes and services provided at its recreation centers while keeping them open, in response to the threat of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
North Myrtle Beach council on Monday night voted to allow drug rehab facilities in Limited Industrial zoning districts under certain circumstances.
North Myrtle Beach on Friday canceled its 32nd annual St. Patrick's Day parade and festival that was scheduled for Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
All potential jury court cases in the North Myrtle Beach Municipal Court for the court term from March 16 through March 20 have been resolved and are not in need of jurors, according to a city news release.
North Myrtle Beach plans to allocate funding over the next several years to build its own emergency operations center (or EOC) west of the Intracoastal Waterway on Champions Boulevard.
North Myrtle Beach’s 2019 budget of $119 million proposes a 7.9 mil property tax increase over the next 8 years to pay back a $4.25 million short-term loan the city used to buy 96 acres to add to the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, and to build new amenities on the park.
The six possibly human bones found on Waties Island Sept. 21 are part of an Horry County Police “possible death investigation,” police spokeswoman Mikayla Moskov said.
Imagine moving into a quiet residential neighborhood, only to have the house next door turn into a business overnight, with new neighbors moving in and out every few weeks.
Some Horry County residents will be able to buy a North Myrtle Beach parking decal for $200 under an ordinance that passed first reading Friday afternoon. The ordinance still needs to pass second reading before becoming law.
As the State Law Enforcement Division investigates Atlantic Beach's 2019 mayoral election, one candidate in that race says he fielded a complaint of voter intimidation.
Folks in parts of North Myrtle Beach and Little River will start seeing workers in their neighborhoods as Santee Cooper begins a tree-trimming project that's scheduled to last through May.
Imagine a philanthropic Uber service, but instead of drivers chauffeuring passengers, it's volunteer pilots flying patients to specialists and treatments.
Paid parking on side streets and non-resident parking permits were among the recommendations presented by North Myrtle Beach’s parking consultants during a meeting Wednesday afternoon.
As Hurricane Dorian threatened the Grand Strand in early September 2019, thousands of Horry County residents were busy getting out of town or bracing for the storm.
North Myrtle Beach on Monday passed final reading of an ordinance to shorten the minimum duration of a sign’s message from 60 seconds to 10 seconds.
The City of North Myrtle Beach plans to reduce the Barefoot Resort swing bridge to one lane in early January to allow for annual maintenance.
A group of North Myrtle Beach civic and business leaders are planning to hold a large concert in October 2020 to raise money for a domestic violence shelter in Horry County.
North Myrtle Beach on Monday approved first reading of an ordinance to shorten the minimum duration of a sign’s message from 60 seconds to 15 seconds.
Judge Benjamin Culbertson on Monday ordered a temporary injunction to close and secure a Windy Hill property owned by Joeseph Rideoutte Jr. as a part of a nuisance action against the property.
The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday passed final reading of several ordinances annexing almost 12 acres of land into the city and adding it to the Bahama Island Planned Development District to allow for more RV spots at the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock.
Former District 1 Horry County School Board member Holly Heniford’s DUI case has been dismissed, according to North Myrtle Beach spokesperson Pat Dowling.
North Myrtle Beach on Friday held a drop-in charrette hosted by parking consultants Kimley-Horn in order to get feedback from residents on the city’s inaugural paid parking program that lasted from June 15 through the end of October.
The Reverend W. Russell Freeman will be the next District 1 representative for Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach on the Horry County School Board.
A real estate company owned by a North Myrtle Beach city councilman is facing a lawsuit over bats found in a rental home.
Atlantic Beach will keep its mayor and both incumbent councilors that were running for reelection, but it will get a new councilor to replaced the unexpired term vacated by Kenneth McLaurin earlier this year, according to uncertified election results released by the town Tuesday night.
The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday passed final reading of an ordinance mandating where residents are allowed to put their parking decals on their cars, golf carts and motorcycles.
The North Myrtle Beach city council on Monday approved first reading of a slew of ordinances designed to annex more than 11 acres of land into the city and add it to the Bahama Island Planned Development District in order to expand an existing campground to more than 200 RV spots.
The Horry County School Board announced Monday night that they would be interviewing eight candidates for the District 1 board seat on Monday, Nov. 11.
The Myrtle Beach Seahawks scored early and often Friday night, although resistance from the North Myrtle Beach Chiefs kept the undefeated team’s total score from reaching the astronomical levels they achieved during some of their previous conquests.
Municipal voters who go to the polls Tuesday will be among the first to use the state’s new voting machines that combine technology with paper ballots.
With the November 5 election less than a week away, some candidates on the ballot in North Myrtle Beach have raised considerably more money than others.
Correction: an earlier version of this story misstated the percentage of road fee money distributed to the municipalities where it was collected.
Fifteenth Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson wants a judge to shut down a rental property in North Myrtle Beach that has developed a reputation for drugs and violence, according to court records.
A resort-style development that encompasses the North Myrtle Beach RV Resort and Dry Dock could undergo some changes, but there’s no indication that the full project will be built out anytime soon.
The city of North Myrtle Beach on Monday passed first reading of an ordinance to amend its paid parking program to specify where residents’ free parking decals should go.
All five candidates for North Myrtle Beach’s three council seats up for election in November plan to attend a North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce meet-and-greet forum Thursday afternoon, according to Pete Brooks, the chamber’s director of public relations and governmental affairs.