You would think that after flooding from Hurricane Florence a year ago closed many roads in Horry County, something would have been done about the problem.
At the risk of being called a “party pooper” I must question the expenditure of $60,000 of taxpayer money to throw an outing for Horry County employees.
The Greenville News and Anderson Independent Mail recently published an investigative series of stories about civil forfeiture that has created shock waves in Columbia.
The meanest dog I’ve ever met lived at the end of a 15-foot chain all of his life. Anyone entering his domain, other than the owner, risked being bitten.
An idea to control flooding on the Waccamaw River might have worked nearly a century ago, but I don’t see how it can be implemented in today’s environmentally-friendly climate.
The approach of hurricane Florence in the middle of a production week for the Waccamaw papers has caused havoc for our team. We advanced our deadlines to get the papers out before the storm hits, hoping that the U.S. Postal Service will live up to its reputation for delivering even in bad weather.
By this time, nothing Donald Trump says or does should shock anyone. Yet, the President continues to defy conventional political wisdom with little regard to the consequences.
For as long as I can remember, Conway has been trying to figure out how to lure visitors from the beach to the pastoral beauty and charm of the city on the river.
A very interesting test case played out before the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday and the decision expected to be handed down in June could impact everyone who shops online.
I’m pleased to report to our subscribers and readers that the newspapers you loyally support were recently recognized as being among the best in South Carolina.
It’s far too early to say Horry County’s investment in energy-efficient schools has failed the grade, but the results to date certainly haven’t been impressive.
Washington, D.C., better known as The Swamp, showed its utter contempt for the American public last week when bickering between Democrats and Republicans resulted in yet another government shutdown.
We support Horry County’s proposed ban on reckless shooting, but we hope county leaders will be willing to make changes to the policy if the new law doesn’t produce the desired results.
A shortage of bus drivers recently caused delays at several Horry County Schools and caused a hardship for children and parents who rely on school buses for transportation.