- Funnel cloud appears over North Myrtle Beach
- Trash piles up on Myrtle Beach beaches
- Conway octogenarian brightens days at Chick-fil-A
- Brother-in-law of Atlantic Beach mayor, husband of former mayor, arrested Thursday
- Herbert Riley, Myrtle Beach community leader, dies
- North Myrtle Beach passes animal welfare ordinance
- Fireman's Clubhouse going away, but great memories linger on!
- 'The Voice' winner performing in Myrtle Beach
- Coroner identifies man killed in crash on US 501
- What the new Horry County administrator’s contract could look like
- Presidential hopeful Harris vows to win
- Hunter Renfrow is surprised with monument at Socastee High School
- Apartment residents in Atlantic Beach have days to leave
- 141 pets adopted in weekend event at Grand Strand Humane Society
- Before Heather Elvis’ birthday, family braces for court again
- Nesting Season
- The Horry County Animal Care Center has been operating as a ‘no-kill’ shelter. But overcrowding threatens that
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Horry County Council overwhelmingly voted to offer Steve Gosnell the county administrator’s job Tuesday night. A 26-year county employee, Gosnell has served as interim administrator since his predecessor, Chris Eldridge, stepped down in April. Before taking the interim role, Gosnell served as the assistant county administrator over infrastructure and regulation. During Tuesday night's meeting, council members voted by ballot for administrator. Gosnell was chosen with an 11-1 vote. Horry County Council Chairman Johnny Gardner did not vote for Gosnell. Did county council make the right choice?