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.
A fire completely destroyed the Advance Auto Parts store at 806 Highway 17 North in North Myrtle Beach early Friday morning.
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…
North Myrtle Beach is cleaning up hundreds of fish that began washing up along Cherry Grove starting Thursday night, said city spokesperson Pat Dowling.
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.
North Myrtle Beach's city council on Monday voted to extend its mask ordinance another 60 days, citing the benefits of face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The Horry County Coroner's Office identified the person killed in a Saturday hit and run incident as Charles Mechling, 54, of the Little River area.
North Myrtle Beach Middle School had a successful first day back with their professional staff, and is ready to bring students back as soon as it is safe to do so.
Police arrested a man Saturday and charged him with grand larceny and reckless driving after he drove a white BMW with New Jersey plates into a North Myrtle Beach candy store Friday morning, according to an incident report and online jail records.
North Myrtle Beach’s city council laid out its proposed short-term rental regulations during a workshop on Wednesday, with solutions to address parking, trash and noise problems. Banning short-term rentals outright is an idea that’s gained some traction among the city’s 16,000 residents but …
The North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center will be extending their hours of operation and facility availability starting on Monday according to a release from the City of North Myrtle Beach.
North Myrtle Beach on August 17 took to the first step in sending its old towing laws to the junkyard of defunct ordinances in an effort to crack down on predatory towing and ensure the city is aware of all private property tows that occur within the city limits.
North Myrtle Beach council will discuss a proposed short-term rental ordinance during a city hall workshop on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. The workshop will be open to the public.
Atlantic Beach’s town council may have violated South Carolina’s open meeting laws by calling council to a closed-door session without the public being able to hear the reasons for that session, and discussing a proposed drug rehabilitation clinic that was not on the agenda.
When it comes to methadone clinics, everyone in Atlantic Beach seems to be reading from the same page: drug addicts are not the visitors the town wants to attract.
The short answer is that the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled in 2012 that the state owns the canals of Cherry Grove.
Within the next couple of weeks, North Myrtle Beach City Council will host a workshop to discuss how to regulate short-term rentals, picking up where they left off in February before COVID-19 changed councilors’ focus.
The 15th Circuit Solicitor's Office on Thursday announced the arrest of a North Myrtle Beach man on drug charges after officers found more than 15 pounds of marijuana and 12 guns at his residence.
The Army Corps of Engineers visited North Myrtle Beach Tuesday after Hurricane Isaias brought significant beach and dune erosion along the community’s nine-mile stretch of beaches.
As the early afternoon sun shone down on the Cherry Grove community on the north end of Horry County, some residents and tourists that had been staying in condo rentals were in the process or just finishing up hours of clean up after Isaias rolled through the area Monday night into Tuesday morning.
The sun that broke through the clouds and lit up the shimmering seagrass in the Cherry Grove marsh Tuesday morning also shed light on a more unwelcome sight for residents in North Myrtle’s most flood-prone neighborhood.
As usual, North Myrtle Beach’s Cherry Grove on Monday night bore the brunt of the headaches that come with a hurricane, as Isaias temporarily stranded a gas station clerk and caused the city to put one of its high-water vehicles into use to evacuate a family and their pets.
North Myrtle Beach announced it would close its public buildings and facilities at 6 p.m. Monday night due to Tropical Storm Isaias.
With Tropical Storm Isaias strengthening, the National Hurricane Center is now forecasting Isaias to reach hurricane strength before coming on shore near the Grand Strand Monday night.
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Wilmington, N.C. is predicting that Tropical Storm Isaias will potentially impact the Grand Strand Monday night into early Tuesday morning.
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster said Friday afternoon there are no plans to issue any evacuation orders or declare a state of emergency for South Carolina in response to Hurricane Isaias at this time.
Grand Strand governments began declaring states of emergency Friday ahead of Hurricane Isaias’ potential arrival early next week.
The Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center on Friday announced the cancellation of the combined World Famous Blue Crab Festival and Little River ShrimpFest that was scheduled for October, citing health concerns as COVID-19 remains in the area.
Gov. Henry McMaster converted a list of recommendations for restaurants into a statewide mandate this week as part of an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
A 22-year-old woman from the Columbia area on Tuesday was found dead at the Intracoastal Waterway near Little River Drive in Little River, authorities said.
Horry County Police responded Tuesday afternoon to a body being discovered at the Intracoastal Waterway near Little River Drive in Little River, according to the agency’s Facebook page.
In August, North Myrtle Beach will mail all city water and sewer customers a brochure and laminated door hangers to help first responders prioritize who needs assistance after a hurricane or other bad storms, according to a city news release.
White Realty, owned by North Myrtle Beach city councilor Terry White, will close in the coming months, thanks in part to COVID-19.
Terry's son Wayne White, a Coastal Carolina University athletics hall of fame inductee, will rejoin CCU. Depending on his job duties, he may not be able to call North Myrtle Beach High School football games on WRNN when the season starts up.
The Atlantic Beach Town Council on Monday approved a mandatory mask ordinance, joining growing list of other Horry County municipalities that have also passed mask mandate rules to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Coast RTA is encouraging riders in all of its vehicles to wear masks or face coverings after Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach and Georgetown all passed ordinances this week mandating the use of masks in certain public spaces, like retailers and personal services businesses.
North Myrtle Beach City Council on Monday passed final reading of its $89 million Fiscal Year 2021 budget starting June 1 that includes a tax increase and about $30 million in cuts to delay projects the city was planning during its February budget retreat.
North Myrtle Beach’s city council on Tuesday voted to pass an emergency ordinance mandating that residents wear masks in all retailers, including grocery stores, home improvement stores, pharmacies, and personal services businesses such as hair and nail salons, barbershops and tattoo parlors.
North Myrtle Beach will likely start discussing an emergency mask-mandate ordinance as early as next week, according to Mayor Marilyn Hatley.
North Myrtle Beach has named Lt. Tommy Dennis as the city’s interim police chief after former Chief Greg Purden resigned in March to go back to his home state of Florida.
North Myrtle Beach is in talks with developers PulteGroup, which owns the Del Webb brand, to develop the 167-acre Possum Trot golf course after it closed in October of last year.
Two North Myrtle Beach restaurants have temporarily closed after an employee with each eatery tested positive for COVID-19.
On Monday, North Myrtle Beach’s Parks and Recreation facilities, Town Hall and public safety building reopened to the public, with some limited recreation programs also returning.